Jeep Wrangler SUVs

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2018 Jeep Wrangler

Virtually everything except the name "Wrangler" is new this year. It's longer, wider, offers new and updated engines, a wholly new interior, an easier to fold windshield, easier to remove doors, improved off-road capability, and better around-town drivability, too.

2017 Jeep Wrangler

For 2017 the Wrangler changes little. New LED headlights and fog lights are optional on Sport and Sport S models and standard on Sahara and Rubicon. Also a new Cold Weather package is available on Sport S and Rubicon models. It includes special tires and an engine-block heater.

About Jeep Wrangler

The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler successfully blends modern technology with one of the most iconic SUVs to ever travel our roads. The new Wrangler and Wrangler 4-door (which gained fame as the Wrangler Unlimited) retain their immediately recognizable design, yet manage to be all-new underneath, with new engines, drivetrains, interiors, technology, and everything else that comes with it. It is arguably the most significant update ever to this most classic Jeep, but all done without sacrificing one bit of the Jeep Wrangler's essential character trait: its ability to conquer any terrain, at any time. The solid axles in front and rear, torquey and powerful engines, and versatile 4-wheel-drive system make the new Wrangler unstoppable off road. And yet, at last, the Wrangler no longer feels like it was raised by wolves around town, offering up ride quality and refinement that were once anathema to the Wrangler. With no direct competitor, and 4x4 versions of the Toyota Tacoma pickup coming closest, the 2018 Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler 4-door SUVs stand alone.

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