The Wrangler is available in both two- and 4-door models. Two-door versions come in Sport, Sport S and Rubicon spec, while the 4-doors add Sahara and Altitude trim levels between Sport S and Rubicon.
The base model Wrangler comes standard with the popular FCA Pentastar V6 engine making 285 horsepower and 260 lb-feet of torque mated to either a manual 6-speed transmission or 8-speed automatic. A 2.0L turbocharged 4-cylinder engine was introduced for all trim levels in 2018 producing 268 horsepower and a whopping 295 ft lbs of torque. The 2.0L is only available in conjunction with the 8-speed automatic. A 3.0L diesel option becomes available in late 2020 for Sport, Sahara and Rubicon trims.
Jeep's Command Trac Four-wheel drive system is standard across the lineup. Push-button start and a backup camera are standard as are fog lamps, skid plates for the transfer case and fuel tank, cruise control, five USB outlets, side airbags, hill-start assist and more. Electronic trailer-sway control is standard, and the optional towing package brings a Class II hitch receiver, a 240-amp alternator, a 700-amp battery and auxiliary switches. Maximum tow rating is 2000 pounds for the 2-door and 3500 for the 4-door.
The Sport S adds power windows, air conditioning and keyless entry and the 4-door's Sahara model adds upgraded trim and allows buyers to select the more advanced Selec-Trac full-time transfer case.
Rubicon models are the most off-road ready, with tubular rock rails and an even more advanced 4-wheel-drive system. Option packages include different hardtop configurations, an 8.4-inch UConnect infotainment system and blind-spot sensors.
Safety features include Electronic Roll Mitigation, Electronic Stability Control, Hill Start Assist, Advanced multi-stage airbags and Sentry Key theft deterrent System.
A rooftop tent may not be the first thing you'd consider buying for your next photography expedition, but onaround the remote and stunning Scottish island of Mull, the TentBox allowed me to go on a landscape photography adventure that would have been difficult to achieve any other way.
Mull -- a beautiful island, full of picturesque lochs, dramatic hills and white sand beaches -- is a photographer's dream and as a professional photographer myself, it's been high on my list to visit for some time. This was also a great opportunity to go off-road in a.
The global outbreak of COVID-19 has meant that travel has been out of the question for many months, and even as lockdown restrictions have eased in Britain, many businesses on the island, particularly those that provide accommodation, remained closed. I also didn't yet feel comfortable being indoors, and still today I won't sit inside in restaurants or stay in hotels.
Road trips and wild camping in remote spots just got a whole lot easier.
Jeep's Wrangler-based pickup gets a torquey diesel engine option.
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Lots of gray, but it looks boss.
For its sophomore year, Jeep's versatile pickup gets a new EcoDiesel engine as well as a couple of trim packages and minor tech changes.
With new EcoDiesel power and fresh Willys and 80th Anniversary trims, Jeep's midsize truck powers into its sophomore year.
But the question remains: Will Jeep actually put it into production?
The big question remains: Will Jeep put it into production?