2024 Jeep Wrangler
There’s no denying the legacy and the efficacy of the Jeep Wrangler. Since its creation, the boxy SUV memorializes the patriotic remnants of the military Willys Jeeps. From dominating World World II and now the civilian sector, the crazed off-road SUV, when properly equipped, also masters the luxury segment. When enthusiasts spend years or even decades with the Jeep Wrangler, they open themselves to endless powertrains and body styles. Offering a plug-in hybrid variation coined the Wrangler 4xe to the range-topping Rubicon 392, the Wrangler can accommodate everyone. All Jeep Wrangler trims reveal four-wheel drive and a set of off-road capabilities that prove better than the last.
Max. 470 HP
Avail. 6/4 L V8
The standard engine for the Jeep Wrangler is the 3.6-liter V6, which generates 285 horsepower—the V6 engine mates with a six-speed manual gearbox or the smooth-shifting eight-speed automatic. Then there’s the optional turbocharged four-cylinder engine that partners with an electric motor to render added low-end power. However, besides the V6 engine and optional hybrid motor, the Jeep SUV can attain the 3.0-liter diesel V6, a plug-in hybrid powertrain that yields 375 horsepower, and the available 6.4-liter V8 engine. Born off-road ready, the Jeep Wrangler features four-wheel drive, propelled through a lever on the center console.
For the 2024 model year, the Jeep Wrangler base trim begins at the Sport and reveals a removable cloth top. Then there’s the Sport S, the fan-favorite Willys, Rubicon, Sahara, Rubicon X, and last but not least, the critically acclaimed Rubicon 392—every trim after the Sport has standard first- and second-row airbags. The Rubicon trim welcomes new enhancements like the optional factory-installed winch and Dana 44 rear axle, best suited for larger tires.
The Jeep Wrangler 4xe shares a few trims with its gas-engined brethren, but the hybrid model starts with the Sports S, sharing the Willys, Sahara, and Rubicon. The hybrid SUV differentiates with the High Altitude trim but peaks at the Rubicon X.
Practicality freezes in this time capsule of an SUV. The Jeep Wrangler is one-of-a-kind, especially concerning its exterior design. Destined to shine on and off the trail, the Wrangler features optional LED lights and the resilient Windshield with Corning Gorilla Glass. Wrangler enthusiasts may savor the Jeep SUV’s iconic style through Jeep’s Sky One-Touch Power Top; simply press one button and savor the open-air freedom. Then there’s the optional Mopar Door-Off Mirror Kit with mounting brackets, which eliminates the doors but keeps a firm and safe grip on those vital mirrors. There’s no Jeep more captivating than the Rubicon, standing firm with its daring fender flares destined to accommodate 35-inch tires when needed. Furthermore, two vents rest atop the hood of the Wrangler Rubicon to cool the engine, and red or blue tow hooks affirm the SUV’s rugged capability.
Jeep history and future collide perfectly inside the Wrangler SUV. The Jeep SUV maneuvers smoothly with a confident view of the road or the trail. Next to the upright windshield, the front of the Wrangler’s cabin totes a squared-off dashboard encompassing round air vents and hefty switch gears for the temperature controls, power windows, and the infotainment system.
The Jeep Wrangler has no problem taking care of household errands. The two-door SUV easily accommodates two carry-on cases in the backseat, while the four-door model can support up to ten carry-ons.
Enthusiasts may outfit the off-road with a ton of infotainment goodies. The standard for the Wrangler is Jeep’s award-winning infotainment interface, UConnect. UConnect 5 is simple to use and sharp to respond—the standard size for the infotainment system is 12.3 inches. Apple Car Play and Android Auto are optional, but so is the navigation and nine-speaker Alpine audio system.
Safety Features and Warranty
The Jeep Wrangler offers over 75 standard and optional Safety and Security features. For instance, Blind Spot Monitoring and Rear Cross Path Detection employ a radar-based sensor to detect other vehicles hiding in the Wrangler’s blind spots. Then, there’s a forward collision warning with active braking to alert enthusiasts of a potential frontal collision; the feature will engage the brakes if there’s no response. The Wrangler may also sport the optional automatic high-beam headlamps, which sense when they are needed and turn off when they aren’t essential.
The standard package for the Wrangler includes a limited warranty and powertrain policy that covers three years of complimentary scheduled maintenance. The limited warranty covers three years or 36,000 miles, and the powertrain warranty protects five years or 60,000 miles.