Jeep Wrangler 2020

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Jeep Wrangler 2020:

The Jeep Wrangler is what the Jeep brand is all about—with roots that date back to the original World War II–era military vehicle—and its off-road capability borders on amazing. While it looks much like the first-generation Jeep that was created to support our troops, it has evolved into a one-of-kind four-wheel-drive vehicle, with tech and luxury to match its off-road chops. It offers everything from air conditioning to leather. Two mild-hybrid engines are available; a stretched, four-door version called the Wrangler Unlimited is also available. No matter what version you get, you can still remove the doors and roof, fold down the windshield, and enjoy motoring through the great outdoors.

Jeep has added several trim packages, an optional diesel engine, and revised the gas-engine lineup. Two-door Wranglers are available in base Sport, Sport S, and Rubicon versions. The four-door Wrangler Unlimited lineup includes those three models plus a Sahara trim. The 3.6-liter V-6 is standard across the board and can now be had with mild-hybrid e Torque assist in the Sahara. A turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder is optional in most models and can be supplemented with e Torque assist in the Sahara. Three new optional packages report for duty: the Wrangler Willys Edition adds a limited-slip rear differential, aggressive rock rails and fat 32-inch mud-terrain tires for more off-road capability. A Wrangler Freedom Edition pays homage to U.S. military members with special interior and exterior touches. The Wrangler Black and Tan package is not inspired by the Guinness-based libation of the same name but is a trim package that includes a tan soft top and black exterior badging. Most important is the expected mid-year arrival of a 3.0-liter V-6 EcoDiesel that’s expected to deliver 260 hp and 442 lb-ft of rock-crawling torque; it will be available only in Unlimited models.

It’s not the most spacious or accommodating SUV available, but the Wrangler JL provides a seamless blend of vintage and modern Jeep character. A commanding view of the road—or trail—makes for easy maneuverability, but the view rearward is obscured by thick roof pillars, roll bars, and various grab handles. Seated close to the upright windshield, the driver and front-seat passenger face a narrow, squared-off dashboard punctuated by round air vents and chunky switchgear for the climate-control system, power windows (if equipped), and infotainment.

As an errand runner, the Wrangler offers enough room for groceries and gear, but be aware that its rear seats don’t fold flush with the floor. As you might expect, there’s a significant cargo-hauling trade-off for going with the classic two-door Wrangler versus the larger Unlimited four-door model. Fitting just two of our carry-on cases behind the two-door’s back seat—versus 10 for the four-door—means packing light if you’re adventuring with friends.

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