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PostHeaderIcon Watch the 2018 Jeep Wrangler’s Powertop Top in Action

Jeeps have always been open-air vehicles, but with the proliferation of the hardtop option, getting a breeze inside has become a bit more challenging. Yeah, Jeep now has the revised three-piece Freedom Top option that’s easier to work, but it doesn’t compare to the absolute breeze of the new Sky One-Touch Powertop.

It’s basically a hard top with its center section cut open and sealed with a power-retractable canvas cover. A single button transforms the Wrangler Unlimited from weatherproof to completely open. The operation can happen up to 60 mph and takes about 18 seconds in both directions.

Better still, the side windows are now removable – something the standard Freedom Top doesn’t do. Simply twist two L-brackets at the top of each window, and the entire piece comes out. Both windows will store in the cargo area. With both the canvas top pulled back and the windows removed, the Sky top offers just about as much open-air freedom as a bare Wrangler. The rear glass is the only remaining hindrance to that. Remove the aluminum doors, drop the windshield, and boom – the Wrangler Unlimited is about as open as a typical owner would ever want. Jeep does say the Sky top isn’t designed to be removed, so those selecting that factory option are married to that choice.

Jeep hasn’t announced the price for the Sky One-Touch Powertop, but it will be an option on the Sahara and four-door Rubicon models.

References

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Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler

PostHeaderIcon Watch the 2018 Jeep Wrangler’s Freedom Top in Action

Jeep introduced the three-piece Freedom Top with the then-new 2007 Wrangler JK. It proved to be an instant hit thanks to its combination of security and weatherproof coverage with removable panels over the front seats. Now with the introduction of the all-new 2018 Wrangler JL, Jeep has reworked the Freedom Top to make it even easier and quicker to remove the panels.

First, jeep made the panels lighter. They weren’t overly heavy to begin with, but every ounce counts when lifting car parts overhead, espeaiclly in the rain as we’ve personally discovered. What’s more, the hand screws that secured the Freedom panels to the B-pillar horizontal bar are gone. Now the top just uses six L-brackets and the two main latches at the windshield header. No tools are required and forearms remain unsure. From there, the panels are easily lifted off and can be stored in the cargo area. Mopar and several aftermarket companies offer storage bags and even bracketry that secure the panels when stored.

And for those wanting the full open-air experience, the entire Freedom Top is still removable just like before. Its removal is still best done with at least two people since it’s rather bulky.

References

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Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler

PostHeaderIcon Watch the 2018 Jeep Wrangler’s Soft Top & Windshield in Action

The brand new 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL has plenty of improvements throughout, not the least of which are its updated Sunrider soft top and redesigned folding windshield. Unlike before, the new soft top uses no zippers or fussy Velcro to attach its side windows. An innovative sliding plastic channel allows the side window panels to easily slip into place. Securing the bottom and end pieces are still done by snapping the top into channels on the Wrangler’s body and cage. It’s the most simple soft top in the Wrangler’s history.

Likewise, the windshield has been made much easier to operate, though it’s not as easy as the two hand-nuts that held the Wrangler YJ’s windshield in place. Here, only four bolts hold the windshield frame and glass to the now-permanent A-pillars and horizontal support. Jeep supplies a ratchet and T40 Torx bit to remove the bolts, along with the socket to remove the windshield wiper arms from their shafts. The whole process takes less than four minutes.

The windshield is held down by brackets that loop through the rubber bump stops on the hood, or the entire windshield can be removed by undoing the hinge nuts with the supplied T50 Torx bit – the same driver used for the door hinges.

How cool is that?

Stay tuned to [TopSpeed.com} for more videos on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler’s different tops.

References

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Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler

PostHeaderIcon Meet the Jeep Grand Commander – A Jeep Built Just for China

It’s no secret Jeep has big plans for the Chinese market and these leaked plans of a seven-passenger SUV confirm the automaker’s future goals. It’s called the Grand Commander, and it’s basically the production version of the Jeep Yuntu Concept seen at the 2017 Shanghai Auto Show. The news comes by way of China’s National Trademark Office where the patent images were lifted.

Reports around the web indicate the Grand Commander will utilize Jeep’s new 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder that debuted with the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL. The engine will likely produce the same 270 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque. The Wrangler’s future plug-in hybrid powertrain is also expected in the Grand Commander. Expect Fiat Chrysler’s eight-speed automatic and an AWD or 4WD system, as well.

Information on the Grand Commander’s debut date and its first model year is still absent, however, it’s expected Jeep will reveal the three-row SUV at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show in April. If that’s true, the Grand Commander could be on track for the 2019 model year. Jeep will most likely build the Grand Commander in China.

Continue reading for more information.

TopSpeed’s Thoughts


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These sketches have us scratching our head. It looks like Jeep grafted on the Grand Cherokee’s front clip onto a Dodge Durango. While that might sound lazy move for the U.S. market, it could be a great plan for the Chinese market. The Dodge Durango isn’t sold there, so the reference would likely be lost. The cavernous interior should prove plenty big, and the added Jeep branding would make it a luxury buy. Of course, it’s completely unknown if the Grand Commander will share its unibody platform with the Durango. It’s the rear styling that suggests the correlation.


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On another note, Jeep is intrinsically American, which is a big selling point in the Chinese market. It’s the same principle that makes German brands so appealing to Americans. Still, Jeep would likely build the Grand Commander in China to save on production costs while capitalizing on China’s impressive labor force.

More solid information will likely become known at the 2018 Beijing Auto Show where Jeep is expected to debut the SUV. We’ll keep you posted with more details as they become available.

Hat tip to Motor1

References


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Read more about the Jeep Yuntu Concept

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Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.



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PostHeaderIcon A Detailed Look At the 2018 Jeep Wrangler’s Dashboard

The 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL is finally here and its new interior is one of its best selling points. The seats are more comfortable, there is more storage room, the materials are all nicer, and the dash has way more functionality baked in. From the buttons on the steering wheel to the dual-zone climate controls, the JL’s dashboard makes for a much better user experience over the outgoing Wrangler JK.

We’re going to take a quick look at Jeep’s improvements to see exactly what has changed. Of course, the Wrangler JL still comes in several trim levels, so not every feature will be available on all models.

Continue reading for more information.

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“Real metal accents add a touch of class while the center section’s Y-shaped outline recalls the CJ’s steering wheel”

Let’s start with the steering wheel. Jeep wrapped it in soft-touch leather held together by contrast stitching. Real metal accents add a touch of class while the center section’s Y-shaped outline recalls the CJ’s steering wheel. Buttons operate the driver information screen, the phone controls, and the cruise control.

Left of the steering wheel are the headlight controls and dimmer switches. They are incredibly easy and intuitive to operate, and the two dimmer switches separate the dome light controls from the brightness of the dashboard’s backlighting. That’s handy.


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“As for the gauge cluster, the Wrangler has two versions”

As for the gauge cluster, the Wrangler has two versions. The base model comes with a smaller driver information screen and analog gauges for the fuel and coolant temperature. Upper trims get a larger screen with digital fuel and coolant temperature readouts. The screen displays several menu pages and vehicle information like transmission and oil temperature, oil pressure, individual tire pressure, and even off-road information like angle and pitch, steering position, and transfer case gearing.

Three infotainment systems are available. They all now run FCA’s well-loved Uconnect system. The base has a 5.0-inch screen with the basic Uconnect 3 software. The mid-level option has a 7.0-inch screen with the new Uconnect 4 software. Available on the Sahara and Rubicon models is the 8.4-inch screen, again with Uconnect 4, but with navigation and obviously the larger screen.


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“All but the base Sport trim gets dual-zone climate controls – something not offered at all on the Wrangler JK”

All but the base Sport trim gets dual-zone climate controls – something not offered at all on the Wrangler JK. Available creature comforts include three-position seat heaters for the front seats and (for the first time) a steering wheel heater. Other buttons control defrost and vent location controls, while the three knobs control radio volume, fan speed, and radio tuning. Thankfully, Jeep also includes a button for temporarily disabling the automatic start/stop feature that comes standard with all three engine options. There’s also a handy mute button for the radio and controls for the traction control, ParkSense system, and downhill descent control. For those nights driving down dark roads, there’s also a button to completely turn the screen off.

Like the Wrangler JK before it, the new JL positions its power window controls in the center stack. This eliminates the controls on the removable doors, helping keep them light. The window lock button returns in the center but is now a roller switch. Adjacent is a 12-volt power plug and a “media” center with a dust cover. Inside is a USB port, a USB-C port, and an AUX input jack.


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“Adjacent is a 12-volt power plug and a “media” center with a dust cover. Inside is a USB port, a USB-C port, and an AUX input jack.”

Down below is a shallow cubbyhole designed for small items. Unfortunately, Plus-sized cell phones are too wide for the space, though the cup holder area is specifically designed to hold larger deceives. Optional in this cubby space are the four auxiliary switches. These allow customers to control aftermarket equipment like off-road lights without having to install an aftermarket control panel. The switches come with an easy electrical tie-in point under the hood. Rubicon models have their main off-road controls placed in this space, too. A toggle switch turns on the front and rear electronic locking differentials and a button to the left turns them off. A separate button disconnects the front sway bar, just like on the previous Wrangler JK Rubicon.


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“And speaking of those cup holders, their center divider now has a spot specifically for the Jeep’s key fob”

And speaking of those cup holders, their center divider now has a spot specifically for the Jeep’s key fob, so there’s no more losing the key under the seat for those not keeping the fob in their pocket. Better still, the doors now have longer, more thickly padded armrests that are actually comfortable to use. A secret handle is embedded on the underside of the armrests, helping ease the task of carrying the doors once they’re removed. Thankfully, the doors are also lighter, too, due to their aluminum construction.


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“A secret handle is embedded on the underside of the armrests, helping ease the task of carrying the doors once they’re removed”

All told, the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL’s interior is far better and more comfortable than the JK’s ever was. There are more controls, more creature comforts, better ergonomics, far better infotainment and info screens, and an overall more upscale feel thanks to better materials and fitments. Those turned off by the previous Wrangler JK’s dull cabin should be more than happy with Jeep’s progress.

References

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Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler

PostHeaderIcon The 2018 Jeep Wrangler’s Three Infotainment Systems

Perhaps the most obvious improvement to the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL is its new infotainment systems. Gone is the old and outdated radio and optional Uconnect 420N system found in the outgoing Wrangler JK. Now, the JL comes with three systems – all of which are far better and more user-friendly.

Regardless of the head unit, the Wrangler comes with eight speakers. An optional nine-speaker Alpine system with a subwoofer is available on the Sahara and Rubicon trims. The Wrangler Unlimited with the Alpine system now has its subwoofer located in the side panel of the cargo area, freeing up the floor space. The two-door Wrangler still has its sub in the floor. No worries, though, it’s weatherproof and has a strong metal grille protecting it from harm.

Continue reading for more on the Wrangler’s infotainment systems.

Uconnect 3 with 5.0-Inch Display


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The standard radio is similar to the base system found in other Fiat Chrysler products like the Ram pickups, Dodge cars, and other Jeep models. It uses a 5.0-inch touch screen with physical buttons lining each side of the screen. It offers AM/FM/SiriusXM/Bluetooth/AUX capability, along with phone connectivity. Even though it’s the base radio, it’s far prettier than the old Uconnect 420N found at the premium option in the JK.

Uconnect 4 with 7.0-inch Display


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This optional system brings upgraded technology wrapped in a prettier package with a larger screen. The interface looks more like the premium 8.4-inch system but doesn’t offer navigation. It does make Apple CarPlay and Android Auto standard, though, something the 5.0-inch system doesn’t offer.

The 7.0-inch system also relocates the volume and tuning knobs near the climate controls system. This also means the 7.0-inch system makes dual-zone HVAC standard. The system also includes phone connectivity and all the usual radio bands and media connectivity. It’s certainly worth the extra coin if you can spring for it.

Uconnect 4 with 8.4-inch Display


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Not only does the 8.4-inch system has the largest display of the bunch, it also looks the best, making use of the entire area dedicated to the infotainment system. Graphic buttons are larger, more information is displayed, and the backup camera is downright crystal clear. The 8.4-inch system also brings navigation on board, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto from the 7.0-inch system. UConnect 4 is FCA’s latest software, and it continues to be a leader in the automotive industry. Its intuitive menus, resolution, and user-friendliness are right up there with Chevrolet’s MyLink system.

Sound quality from the Alpine system we sampled was pretty good, even with the doors and top off running down the highway. That’s a great thing, since that’s the time with good music is best enjoyed.

References

2018 Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

2017 Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler

PostHeaderIcon The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Come With its Own Tool Kit

The Jeep brand’s foundation is based on utility and preparedness, so it comes as no surprise that the 2018 Wrangler JL comes with its own toolkit. The kit comes with a socket wrench and the drivers needed to remove the doors and fold the windshield – two very important aspects of Wrangler ownership.

The toolkit trend started a few years ago with the Wrangler JK, but Jeep is keeping the idea alive. The kit comes in a snazzy nylon pouch with a Velcro latch. Inside are elastic bands that hold the tools in place. The kit includes a min socket, a T40 and T50 Torx bits and an M15 socket. The T40 is used for the various parts of the soft top, while the T50’s main job is removing the bolts holding the door hinges in place. The T50 is also used to remove the track system of the Sunrider soft top.

Folding the windshield requires removing the windshield wipers. That takes the M15 socket. Simply pop off the caps at the wiper hubs and remove the nut. Use the T40 to remove the four bolts holding the windshield header bar to the Sports Bar support and boom – the windshield easily folds down. Two more T40 bolts on the windshields two hinges will have the entire windshield assembly removed from the Jeep.

Best of all, the Wrangler offers a custom-fit storage holder for all this hardware. Lift up the cargo floor, and holes are pre-made and labeled in the plastic tray found underneath.

Jeep also includes a handy instruction guide with photos and labels. The instructions are on thick, laminated paper that should last a while, especially when kept in the clear plastic pocket inside the took kit pouch.

References

2018 Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

2017 Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler

PostHeaderIcon The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Come With its Own Tool Kit

The Jeep brand’s foundation is based on utility and preparedness, so it comes as no surprise that the 2018 Wrangler JL comes with its own toolkit. The kit comes with a socket wrench and the drivers needed to remove the doors and fold the windshield – two very important aspects of Wrangler ownership.

The toolkit trend started a few years ago with the Wrangler JK, but Jeep is keeping the idea alive. The kit comes in a snazzy nylon pouch with a Velcro latch. Inside are elastic bands that hold the tools in place. The kit includes a min socket, a T40 and T50 Torx bits and an M15 socket. The T40 is used for the various parts of the soft top, while the T50’s main job is removing the bolts holding the door hinges in place. The T50 is also used to remove the track system of the Sunrider soft top.

Folding the windshield requires removing the windshield wipers. That takes the M15 socket. Simply pop off the caps at the wiper hubs and remove the nut. Use the T40 to remove the four bolts holding the windshield header bar to the Sports Bar support and boom – the windshield easily folds down. Two more T40 bolts on the windshields two hinges will have the entire windshield assembly removed from the Jeep.

Best of all, the Wrangler offers a custom-fit storage holder for all this hardware. Lift up the cargo floor, and holes are pre-made and labeled in the plastic tray found underneath.

Jeep also includes a handy instruction guide with photos and labels. The instructions are on thick, laminated paper that should last a while, especially when kept in the clear plastic pocket inside the took kit pouch.

References

2018 Jeep Wrangler


2018 Jeep Wrangler - image 742104

Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

2017 Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler

PostHeaderIcon What Separates the Rubicon from the Wrangler’s Other Trims

The Rubicon model has become synonymous with the Jeep Wrangler for hard-core off-roading, despite its relatively recent introduction on the 2002 Wrangler TJ. The Rubicon trim has remained a part of Wrangler history since, including the jump to Jeep’s all-new 2018 Wrangler. The Rubi is now more capable than ever thanks to an improved suspension system, use of the 2018 Wrangler’s stronger frame, improved skid plates, and lower gearing thanks to the new transmissions choices.

But the Rubicon isn’t just about mechanical advantages. There are aesthetics advantages, too.

Most notably, the Wrangler Rubicon comes with steel rock sliders that protect the vulnerable rocker panels under the doors; there’s an available steel bumper that easily holds an electric winch; and new for 2018, the front fenders are taller so owners can run 35-inch tires without having to modify a thing. Let’s get into the details below.

Continue reading for more on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.

What makes the Rubicon different from other Wranglers


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“The most obvious difference is the big RUBICON logo on the hood.”

Let’s start with the visual stuff. The most obvious difference is the big RUBICON logo on the hood. The aluminum hood is also vented on Rubicon models. The next most obvious change on a stock 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is the unique wheel and tire combinations. Two styles of 17-inch wheels are available and both come exclusively with BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires. Next are the red tow hooks. They come standard with the Rubicon. Most Rubicon models will likely come with the optional metal front winch bumper. It’s very similar to the metal front bumper seen on the JK, but its styling has been updated. The end caps still come off and an electric winch fits perfectly behind the center. Mopar sells a grille guard that bolts right to the exposed fasteners, too.


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“The Rubicon’s front fenders have been raised roughly two inches compared to non-Rubicon models”

Last but certainly not least, the Rubicon’s front fenders have been raised roughly two inches compared to non-Rubicon models. This not only gives more clearance for front suspension articulation but allows the fitment of 35-inch tires with zero modifications to the fenders or suspension. Jeep knows its customers will upgrade their Wranglers, so the design and engineering teams made things as easy as possible.

As far as tops go, the Wrangler Rubicon is available with all the offerings. It comes standard with the Sunrider folding soft top and the Premium Sunrider soft top is optional. The same is true for the Freedom Top, the body-colored Freedom Top, and the new Powertop.

Of course, the Rubicon’s biggest attributes are hidden under the skin. The front and rear axles are now the newest generation of Dana 44 axles. They have larger diameter tubes and thicker tube walls for added strength. Front and rear electronic locking differentials return, but with an improved toggle switch on the dashboard. The same is true for the electronically disconnecting front sway bar.


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“The axles continue to have 4.10:1 ratios, but the updated Rock-Trac transfer case now has lower ratios for better crawling”

Gear ratios are another big part of the Rubicon story. The axles continue to have 4.10:1 ratios, but the updated Rock-Trac transfer case now has lower ratios for better crawling.
When combined with the automatic transmission, the Rubicon offers a 77.2:1 crawl ratio and an impressively low 84.2:1 with the new six-speed manual transmission’s first gear.

The Rubicon can be had with either the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 or the new 2.0-liter Hurricane turbocharged four-cylinder. The V-6 can be paired with either the automatic or manual transmissions, while the 2.0-liter only comes with the eight-speed automatic.

While we’d love to tell you how the Rubicon handled the challenging rock course jeep set up for the driving event, our impressions are embargoed until December 13th. Check back with TopSpeed.com for our thoughts then.

References

2018 Jeep Wrangler


2018 Jeep Wrangler - image 742104

Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

2017 Jeep Wrangler


2017 Jeep Wrangler - image 687100

Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler

PostHeaderIcon What Separates the Rubicon from the Wrangler’s Other Trims

The Rubicon model has become synonymous with the Jeep Wrangler for hard-core off-roading, despite its relatively recent introduction on the 2002 Wrangler TJ. The Rubicon trim has remained a part of Wrangler history since, including the jump to Jeep’s all-new 2018 Wrangler. The Rubi is now more capable than ever thanks to an improved suspension system, use of the 2018 Wrangler’s stronger frame, improved skid plates, and lower gearing thanks to the new transmissions choices.

But the Rubicon isn’t just about mechanical advantages. There are aesthetics advantages, too.

Most notably, the Wrangler Rubicon comes with steel rock sliders that protect the vulnerable rocker panels under the doors; there’s an available steel bumper that easily holds an electric winch; and new for 2018, the front fenders are taller so owners can run 35-inch tires without having to modify a thing. Let’s get into the details below.

Continue reading for more on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.

What makes the Rubicon different from other Wranglers


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“The most obvious difference is the big RUBICON logo on the hood.”

Let’s start with the visual stuff. The most obvious difference is the big RUBICON logo on the hood. The aluminum hood is also vented on Rubicon models. The next most obvious change on a stock 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is the unique wheel and tire combinations. Two styles of 17-inch wheels are available and both come exclusively with BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires. Next are the red tow hooks. They come standard with the Rubicon. Most Rubicon models will likely come with the optional metal front winch bumper. It’s very similar to the metal front bumper seen on the JK, but its styling has been updated. The end caps still come off and an electric winch fits perfectly behind the center. Mopar sells a grille guard that bolts right to the exposed fasteners, too.


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“The Rubicon’s front fenders have been raised roughly two inches compared to non-Rubicon models”

Last but certainly not least, the Rubicon’s front fenders have been raised roughly two inches compared to non-Rubicon models. This not only gives more clearance for front suspension articulation but allows the fitment of 35-inch tires with zero modifications to the fenders or suspension. Jeep knows its customers will upgrade their Wranglers, so the design and engineering teams made things as easy as possible.

As far as tops go, the Wrangler Rubicon is available with all the offerings. It comes standard with the Sunrider folding soft top and the Premium Sunrider soft top is optional. The same is true for the Freedom Top, the body-colored Freedom Top, and the new Powertop.

Of course, the Rubicon’s biggest attributes are hidden under the skin. The front and rear axles are now the newest generation of Dana 44 axles. They have larger diameter tubes and thicker tube walls for added strength. Front and rear electronic locking differentials return, but with an improved toggle switch on the dashboard. The same is true for the electronically disconnecting front sway bar.


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“The axles continue to have 4.10:1 ratios, but the updated Rock-Trac transfer case now has lower ratios for better crawling”

Gear ratios are another big part of the Rubicon story. The axles continue to have 4.10:1 ratios, but the updated Rock-Trac transfer case now has lower ratios for better crawling.
When combined with the automatic transmission, the Rubicon offers a 77.2:1 crawl ratio and an impressively low 84.2:1 with the new six-speed manual transmission’s first gear.

The Rubicon can be had with either the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 or the new 2.0-liter Hurricane turbocharged four-cylinder. The V-6 can be paired with either the automatic or manual transmissions, while the 2.0-liter only comes with the eight-speed automatic.

While we’d love to tell you how the Rubicon handled the challenging rock course jeep set up for the driving event, our impressions are embargoed until December 13th. Check back with TopSpeed.com for our thoughts then.

References

2018 Jeep Wrangler


2018 Jeep Wrangler - image 742104

Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

2017 Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler

PostHeaderIcon What Separates the Rubicon from the Wrangler’s Other Trims

The Rubicon model has become synonymous with the Jeep Wrangler for hard-core off-roading, despite its relatively recent introduction on the 2002 Wrangler TJ. The Rubicon trim has remained a part of Wrangler history since, including the jump to Jeep’s all-new 2018 Wrangler. The Rubi is now more capable than ever thanks to an improved suspension system, use of the 2018 Wrangler’s stronger frame, improved skid plates, and lower gearing thanks to the new transmissions choices.

But the Rubicon isn’t just about mechanical advantages. There are aesthetics advantages, too.

Most notably, the Wrangler Rubicon comes with steel rock sliders that protect the vulnerable rocker panels under the doors; there’s an available steel bumper that easily holds an electric winch; and new for 2018, the front fenders are taller so owners can run 35-inch tires without having to modify a thing. Let’s get into the details below.

Continue reading for more on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.

What makes the Rubicon different from other Wranglers


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“The most obvious difference is the big RUBICON logo on the hood.”

Let’s start with the visual stuff. The most obvious difference is the big RUBICON logo on the hood. The aluminum hood is also vented on Rubicon models. The next most obvious change on a stock 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is the unique wheel and tire combinations. Two styles of 17-inch wheels are available and both come exclusively with BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires. Next are the red tow hooks. They come standard with the Rubicon. Most Rubicon models will likely come with the optional metal front winch bumper. It’s very similar to the metal front bumper seen on the JK, but its styling has been updated. The end caps still come off and an electric winch fits perfectly behind the center. Mopar sells a grille guard that bolts right to the exposed fasteners, too.


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“The Rubicon’s front fenders have been raised roughly two inches compared to non-Rubicon models”

Last but certainly not least, the Rubicon’s front fenders have been raised roughly two inches compared to non-Rubicon models. This not only gives more clearance for front suspension articulation but allows the fitment of 35-inch tires with zero modifications to the fenders or suspension. Jeep knows its customers will upgrade their Wranglers, so the design and engineering teams made things as easy as possible.

As far as tops go, the Wrangler Rubicon is available with all the offerings. It comes standard with the Sunrider folding soft top and the Premium Sunrider soft top is optional. The same is true for the Freedom Top, the body-colored Freedom Top, and the new Powertop.

Of course, the Rubicon’s biggest attributes are hidden under the skin. The front and rear axles are now the newest generation of Dana 44 axles. They have larger diameter tubes and thicker tube walls for added strength. Front and rear electronic locking differentials return, but with an improved toggle switch on the dashboard. The same is true for the electronically disconnecting front sway bar.


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“The axles continue to have 4.10:1 ratios, but the updated Rock-Trac transfer case now has lower ratios for better crawling”

Gear ratios are another big part of the Rubicon story. The axles continue to have 4.10:1 ratios, but the updated Rock-Trac transfer case now has lower ratios for better crawling.
When combined with the automatic transmission, the Rubicon offers a 77.2:1 crawl ratio and an impressively low 84.2:1 with the new six-speed manual transmission’s first gear.

The Rubicon can be had with either the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 or the new 2.0-liter Hurricane turbocharged four-cylinder. The V-6 can be paired with either the automatic or manual transmissions, while the 2.0-liter only comes with the eight-speed automatic.

While we’d love to tell you how the Rubicon handled the challenging rock course jeep set up for the driving event, our impressions are embargoed until December 13th. Check back with TopSpeed.com for our thoughts then.

References

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PostHeaderIcon The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara Spied with $45,000 Base Price!

Everyone knew the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL would be more expensive than the outgoing, decade-old Wrangler JK. A $1,000 to $2,000 increase in price sounded reasonable for all the improvements made. Well, it seems FCA figures it can charge exorbitantly more for the new Wrangler – $10,000 more on the luxury-minded Sahara trim, to be exact.

The news comes from none other than JLWranglerforums.com, the seemingly official leaker of all things JL over the least two years. A user posted a spied Monroney window sticker showing a base price of $45,000 for an Unlimited Sahara equipped with the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 and manual transmission.

Now, there are a few caveats to this information. The pricing might not be completely finalized, so there’s a chance the price is inaccurate. Also, the options list only shows Jeeps RPO codes with no breakdown in pricing for each item. There’s a chance the options’ pricing is somehow including in the “base price” of $45,000. If so, that would make the true, pre-options base price far less. Jeep is apparently keeping its $1,095 destination charge from before.

Of course, the base Sport trim will be significantly less expensive than the leather-lined Sahara, especially in two-door form, so modest Jeepers should still be able to find a good deal. The Rubicon, however, will be more expensive than the Sahara thanks to its extra off-road hardware. This tiered system has been around for a while, so that’s old news. What is news is Jeep’s potential of pricing itself out of the active lifestyle, off-roading, and consumer base that made the Wrangler JK so popular.

References

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PostHeaderIcon The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Gets A Mopar Makeover at L.A. Auto Show

Everyone knows Jeep Wranglers are extremely customizable and a vast majority of Jeep owners have done at least one upgrade or added some type of aftermarket part to their Wrangler. Jeep knows this and has really ramped up its offerings for the all-new 2018 model. The parts are hosted under the relatively new Jeep Performance Parts and the iconic Mopar brands. They will be available directly through local Jeep dealerships once the 2018 Wrangler reaches showrooms.

In an effort to demonstrate the vastness of Mopar and JPP’s parts lineup, Jeep brought two highly customized 2018 Wranglers to the L.A. Auto Show, debuting along size the production Wrangler. The four-door model is an all-out off-roader based on the Rubicon, while the two-door is a bit milder and based on the Sport. Both show the range of possibilities owners will have.

Continue reading for a detailed look at both Mopar-modified Wranglers.

Mopar-modified four-door 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon


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“Up front, the stock Rubicon steel bumper features a Warn winch and low-rise grille guard with LED light pods”

Jeep started this concept build with a production 2018 Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon coated in Mojito Green. A two-inch suspension lift and 35-inch BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain KM2 tires on Mopar’s 17-inch aluminum Beadlock wheels. Up front, the stock Rubicon steel bumper features a Warn winch and low-rise grille guard with LED light pods. For the first time, Mopar is now offering an engine snorkel. It raises the air intake point so no water gets into the engine during deep crossings.

Protecting the rocker panels is Mopar’s upgraded rock sliders. They are wider than before and now have a truck-bed coating for better grip when climbing in and out. Speaking of getting in, Mopar tube doors keep passengers in while giving that open-air feel. The front doors also have mounts for side mirrors – since mirrors are a legal requirement in most states.

Inside, the Wrangler’s standard Molle straps on the seatbacks provide mounting points for tons of accessories. Here, Mopar included trail bags for extra storage. Roll bar-mounted grab handles help with entry and for those harrowing, butt-puckering off-road moments. Katzkin leather seat covers have Tungsten stitching and boast the Jeep grille emblem. And since the Wrangler is meant to be used and abused, a screen protector offers protection for the 8.4-inch Uconnect touchscreen.

Mopar-modified 2018 Jeep Wrangler Sport


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“This Wrangler Sport concept is way more realistic as to what most Jeep owners would be doing, though it’s hardly a bare-bones rig”

This Wrangler Sport concept is way more realistic as to what most Jeep owners would be doing, though it’s hardly a bare-bones rig. The biggest upgrades are the two-inch suspension lift and 35-inch BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires on Mopar’s 17-inch “Gear” wheels.

Another useful feature includes the roof basket. It mounts to the new hard top’s gutter rail designed to just such accessories. Two-inch round side steps help with loading stuff up top while giving some protection to the body, but not nearly as much as the purpose-built rock sliders on the other Wrangler. Jeep also offers bicycle, ski, and snowboard racks.

The exterior is giving a cool graphics package with a Moab-themed design on the door and a stylized American flag on the hood. The grille is also blacked out for an added touch. LED light pods on the bumper and on the A-pillars help light the way. The interior is reworked with Katzkin leather seats featuring the seven-slot grille logo. Yeah, it’s clear Jeep is proud of its logo.

Ready for A-pillar Accessories


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An interesting design feature baked into the new 2018 Wrangler is its A-pillar base. The exposed bolt heads offer a structural mounting point for accessories like the light pods seen here and whatever the aftermarket can dream up. Remove the bolts and the painted body panel is removable for access to more mounting points. Jeep definitely understands its customers use the A-pillars for adding extra equipment. Hopefully, those LED light pods don’t interfere with the fold-down windshield. Even so, some aftermarket company will develop a solution. That’s the beauty of the Wrangler and its fiercely loyal community.

References

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Jeep Wrangler Can Tow as Much as 3,500 Pounds

The Jeep Wrangler is basically the embodiment of a sport utility vehicle. After all, it did invent the category way back in 1941. Today, most SUVs are truck-based family haulers that don’t mind big loads on their trailer hitches. Crossovers, on the other hand, are generally limited in their towing capacities, with a few notable exceptions The Wrangler is a different beast altogether. Despite its body-on-frame construction, its off-road-biased suspension and relatively small footprint leave it with a compromised tow rating compared to say a mid-size pickup like the Chevrolet Colorado. Still, the 2018 Jeep Wrangler provides adequate towing capabilities for most active users.

The two-door Wrangler can tow up to 2,000 pounds via its optional two-inch receiver hitch. That’s the case with both the standard 3.6-liter V-6 and the optional 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder. The longer, four-door Wrangler Unlimited has an increased tow rating of 3,500 pounds thanks to a heavier curb weight and its longer wheelbase. Again, both engines will do the job. The same is true for the manual and automatic transmissions.

Sadly, we don’t expect the 2019 Wrangler Unlimited with its optional 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 to boast any towing increases, either. It all comes down to what the chassis and suspension will handle. Thankfully, the upcoming Jeep Scrambler pickup will have an improved tow rating rumored at 6,500 pounds.

Continue reading for the detailed towing specs.

2018 Jeep Wrangler TOWING CAPACITIES

WRANGLER SPORT (4-door)
Engine Trans Type Transmission Axle Ratio Payload Base Wt. Base Wt. Front Base Wt. Rear GAWR Front GAWR Rear GCWR Max Trailer
3.6-liter V-6 gas M6 D478 6-speed manual 3.45 1000 4201 2226 1974 2700 3000 8117 3500
3.6-liter V-6 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 3.45 1000 4215 2240 1974 2700 3000 8117 3500
2.0-liter I-4 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 3.45 1000 4336 2298 2038 2700 3000 8117 3500
WRANGLER SAHARA (4-door)
Engine Trans Type Transmission Axle Ratio Payload Base Wt. Base Wt. Front Base Wt. Rear GAWR Front GAWR Rear GCWR Max Trailer
3.6-liter V-6 gas M6 D478 6-speed manual 3.45 880 4331 2289 2042 2700 3000 10836 3500
3.6-liter V-6 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 3.45 880 4345 2303 2042 2700 3000 10836 3500
2.0-liter I-4 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 3.45 880 4376 2319 2056 2700 3000 10836 3500
WRANGLER RUBICON (4-door)
Engine Trans Type Transmission Axle Ratio Payload Base Wt. Base Wt. Front Base Wt. Rear GAWR Front GAWR Rear GCWR Max Trailer
3.6-liter V-6 gas M6 D478 6-speed manual 4.10 892 4439 2346 2093 3100 3100 11063 3500
3.6-liter V-6 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 4.10 892 4453 2360 2093 3100 3100 11063 3500
2.0-liter I-4 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 4.10 892 4484 2376 2107 3100 3100 11063 3500

References

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Jeep Wrangler 2.0-liter Turbo Specifications

Those new to the Jeep brand might gawk at a four-cylinder Wrangler, but the Jeep has a strong history with this cylinder count. In fact, the first Jeep, the 1941 Willys MB, came with a four-cylinder. Four-cylinders were offered through the years, with the most recent being in the 1997-2006 Wrangler TJ. In fact, the outgoing Wrangler JK is the only Wrangler/CJ not available with one. That makes the return of a four-cylinder sort of a retro move. Even the engine’s name (Hurricane) is a throwback to older days

The new engine shares nothing with the old Hurricane, of course. It’s a member of FCA’s Global Medium Engine family and is loosely related to Alfa Romeo’s 2.0-liter found in Giulia sedan and Stelvio crossover. In the Wrangler, the Hurricane makes an impressive 270 horsepower at 5,200 rpm and 295 pound-feet of torque at only 3,000 rpm. That torque number actually beats the output of the 3.6-liter V-6 by 35 pound-feet! Better still, the Hurricane makes its power lower in the rev range, likely making it a better choice for serious off-roading. Horsepower-wise, the Hurricane only gives up 15 ponies to the V-6.

The natural trade-off is fuel economy. Neither Jeep nor the EPA have announced official numbers, but expect to see upper 20s on the highway, lower 20s around town, and a combined mpg of around 25.

The Hurricane’s secret is its mild hybrid system. The engine uses a belt-starter-generator to help twist the engine’s crankshaft at lower revs. The system is also designed to provide better auto stop/start performance while also improving low-end throttle response before the turbo spools up.

Impressively, the turbo-four loses no ground in the towing department to the V-6. Jeep says the two-door Wrangler will tow 2,000 pounds and the four-door Wrangler Unlimited will lug 3,500 pounds – regardless of engine choice. Sadly for manual transmission fans, the Hurricane is only offered with the new eight-speed automatic.

The Hurricane will be available in all trim levels from the base Sport, to the luxury-minded Sahara, and even the rugged Rubicon. Pricing has not been announced, but the Hurricane will be an option over the standard 3.6-liter V-6.

Continue reading for detailed specs on the 2.0-liter Hurricane turbo-four.


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2.0-LITER TURBO I-4 – Specifications

ENGINE 2.0-LITER TURBO I-4
Availability Available — all models
Type and Description I-4 16-valve with direct injection, turbo charging, with throttled, cooled EGR
Displacement (cu. in. / cc) 121 cu. in. (1995 cu. cm)
Bore x Stroke 3.31 x 3.54 (84 x 90)
Valve System Chain-driven DOHC, 16 valves
Fuel Injection Direct Injection
Construction Aluminum block, aluminum alloy heads
Compression Ratio 10:01
Power 270 HP @ 5,250 RPM
Torque 295 LB-FT @ 3,000 RPM
Max. Engine Speed (rpm) 5,800 rpm (electronically limited)
Fuel Requirement Minimum unleaded regular, 87 octane (R + M)/2, 91 octane or higher recommended for optimum fuel economy and performance
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons) 18.5 (2-door), 21.5 (4-door)
Oil Capacity 5 quarts (4.7 liters)
Coolant Capacity 9.9 quarts (9.4 liters)
Emission Controls GPEC4 engine-management system with close-coupled catalyst; and wide range O2 sensor
Max. Gross Trailer Weight 2,000 lbs. (2-door), 3,500 lbs. (4-door)
EPA Fuel Economy mpg (city/hwy/combined) TBD — automatic (2-door); TBD — automatic (4-door)
Assembly Plant Termoli, Italy and Trenton South Engine Plant, Trenton, Mich.

References

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Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

2017 Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler


2017 Los Angeles Auto Show – Visitor's Guide - image 745566

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Jeep Wrangler 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 Specifications

The 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL can certainly be described as “all-new,” but the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 is largely carry-over from the outgoing Wrangler JK. Still, it’s got a new fuel-saving feature: Auto Start/Stop. The system automatically turns the engine off when stopped at traffic lights or other similar driving scenarios. Like other start/stop systems, the engine restarts automatically when the brake pedal is released, giving the engine time to rev back to idle before the driver has time to press the throttle. The result is less overall fuel consumption.

As for the rest of the Pentastar, the engine retains its 60-degree V shape; its aluminum, deep-skirt block; aluminum alloy heads; its chain-driven, dual-overhead camshafts with four valves per cylinder; its 11.3:1 compression ratio; and its multiport fuel injection. The horsepower and torque specs also remain unchanged at 285 horsepower at 6,400 rpm and 260 pound-feet of torque at 4,800 rpm.

The V-6 can be paired with both the six-speed manual transmission or the eight-speed automatic – both of which are new to the Wrangler for 2018. Towing remains the same, too. The Wrangler two-door can pull 2,000 pounds while the Wrangler Unlimited, the four-door model, will pull 3,500 pounds.

As for that all-important fuel economy, Jeep says the V-6 will get 18 mpg city, 23 mpg highway, and 20 mpg combined with the automatic transmission and 17 mpg city, 23 mpg highway, and 19 mpg combined with the manual gearbox. That’s a marked improvement over the 16/20 mpg with the manual-equipped JK and 16/21 mpg with the JK’s old five-speed automatic.

Continue reading for detailed specs of the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6.


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3.6-­LITER PENTASTAR V-­6 – Drivetrain Specifications

ENGINE 3.6-­LITER PENTASTAR V-­6
Availability Standard — all models
Type and Description 60-­degree, V-­type, liquid-­cooled
Displacement (cu. in. / cc) 220 cu. in. (3604 cu. cm)
Bore x Stroke 3.78 x 3.27 (96 x 83)
Valve System Chain-­driven DOHC, 24 valves and hydraulic end-­pivot roller rockers
Fuel Injection Sequential, multiport, electronic, returnless
Construction Aluminum deep-­skirt block, aluminum alloy heads
Compression Ratio 10.2:1
Power 285 HP @ 6,400 RPM
Torque 260 LB-FT @ 4,800 RPM
Max. Engine Speed (rpm) 6,600 rpm (electronically limited)
Fuel Requirement Unleaded regular, 87 octane (R + M)/2
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons) 22.5
Oil Capacity 6.0 quarts (5.7 liters)
Coolant Capacity 14 quarts (13.25 liters)
Emission Controls Dual three-­way catalytic converters, heated oxygen sensors and internal engine features
EPA Fuel Economy mpg (city/hwy/combined) 18/23/20 (automatic); 17/23/19 (manual)
Engine Assembly Plant Trenton South Engine Plant, Trenton, Mich.

References

2018 Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full review on the 2018 Jeep Wrangler.

2017 Jeep Wrangler


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Read our full review on the JK-gen 2017 Jeep Wrangler


2017 Los Angeles Auto Show – Visitor's Guide - image 745566

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PostHeaderIcon The New Jeep Wrangler JL Has Made its L.A. Debut!!!!

It’s been a long time coming, but the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL is finally here. It debuted in all of its two-door and four-door glory, sporting three different engines, two transmissions (including a new eight-speed auto,) fresh interior design with a new Uconnect infotainment system, body-on-frame design, and more than 75 available safety and security offerings. There’s already a host of performance parts from Mopar available and, with four different trims available (three for the two-door plus the Sahara trim on four-door models) there’s definitely an option for anyone with a hankering for a new off-road but road-capable machine.

According to Jeep, all models include a trail-rated badge due to the outstanding four-wheel drive system that includes a 2.72:1 crawl ratio on Sport and Sahara models, a 4LO ratio of 4:1 and locking differentials on Rubicon models, and the ability to ford up to 30-inches of water when properly equipped. Furthermore, the new JL Wrangler can haul as much as 3,500 pounds and can be had with 17-inch off-road wheels. Rubicon models get 33-inch tires as standard equipment while all models get a standard approach angle of 44 degrees, breakover angle of 27.8 degrees, departure angle of 37 degrees, and a minimum ground clearance of 10.9 inches.

When equipped with the 3.6-liter Pentastar, the Wrangler will offer 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. The new 2.0-liter, hybridized, four-cylinder offers as much as 270 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, and – for those of you who really want some serious torque – the new 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 will deliver 260 horsepower and an astonishing 442 pound-feet of torque on demand. That new eight-speed auto offers up decent economy and simple stop-and-go driving and can be equipped on any model. Real Jeep fanatics will surely go for the three-pedal-and-six-gears standard offering with a revised shift pattern, shorter throws, and a 4.41 ratio for better efficiency, higher speeds, and quick acceleration. All told it’s not bad, but we’ll let you decide for yourself once we update our full review. Until then, you can check out the debut video below, and check out the important specs below along with the full press release at the bottom.

2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Engine Specifications

3.6-Liter Pentastar V-6

ENGINE 3.6-­LITER PENTASTAR V-­6 Specificaitons
Availability Standard — all models
Type and Description 60-­degree, V-­type, liquid-­cooled
Displacement (cu. in. / cc) 220 cu. in. (3604 cu. cm)
Bore x Stroke 3.78 x 3.27 (96 x 83)
Valve System Chain-­driven DOHC, 24 valves and hydraulic end-­pivot roller rockers
Fuel Injection Sequential, multiport, electronic, returnless
Construction Aluminum deep-­skirt block, aluminum alloy heads
Compression Ratio 10.2:1
Power 285 HP @ 6,400 RPM
Torque 260 LB-FT @ 4,800 RPM
Max. Engine Speed (rpm) 6,600 rpm (electronically limited)
Fuel Requirement Unleaded regular, 87 octane (R + M)/2
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons) 22.5
Oil Capacity 6.0 quarts (5.7 liters)
Coolant Capacity 14 quarts (13.25 liters)
Emission Controls Dual three-­way catalytic converters, heated oxygen sensors and internal engine features
EPA Fuel Economy mpg (city/hwy/combined) 18/23/20 (automatic); 17/23/19 (manual)
Engine Assembly Plant Trenton South Engine Plant, Trenton, Mich.

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2.0-LITER TURBO I-4 – Specifications

ENGINE 2.0-LITER TURBO I-4
Availability Available — all models
Type and Description I-4 16-valve with direct injection, turbo charging, with throttled, cooled EGR
Displacement (cu. in. / cc) 121 cu. in. (1995 cu. cm)
Bore x Stroke 3.31 x 3.54 (84 x 90)
Valve System Chain-driven DOHC, 16 valves
Fuel Injection Direct Injection
Construction Aluminum block, aluminum alloy heads
Compression Ratio 10:01
Power 270 HP @ 5,250 RPM
Torque 295 LB-FT @ 3,000 RPM
Max. Engine Speed (rpm) 5,800 rpm (electronically limited)
Fuel Requirement Minimum unleaded regular, 87 octane (R + M)/2, 91 octane or higher recommended for optimum fuel economy and performance
Fuel Tank Capacity (gallons) 18.5 (2-door), 21.5 (4-door)
Oil Capacity 5 quarts (4.7 liters)
Coolant Capacity 9.9 quarts (9.4 liters)
Emission Controls GPEC4 engine-management system with close-coupled catalyst; and wide range O2 sensor
Max. Gross Trailer Weight 2,000 lbs. (2-door), 3,500 lbs. (4-door)
EPA Fuel Economy mpg (city/hwy/combined) TBD — automatic (2-door); TBD — automatic (4-door)
Assembly Plant Termoli, Italy and Trenton South Engine Plant, Trenton, Mich.

3.0-liter Diesel V-6 Specifications

ENGINE 3.0 LITER ECODIESEL V-6
Power 260 horsepower
Torque 442 lb-ft
Transmission Eight-Speed Automatic
Availability Four-door only

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2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Transmission Specifications

TRANSMISSION 850RE AUTOMATIC, EIGHT-SPEED OVERDRIVE
Availability Standard — 2.0-liter I-4; Optional — 3.6-liter V-6
Description Adaptive electronic control or Electronic Range Select (ERS) driver-interactive manual control and electronically modulated torque converter clutch
Gear Ratios
1st 4.71
2nd 3.13
3rd 2.10
4th 1.67
5th 1.28
6th 1.00
7th 0.84
8th 0.67
Reverse 3.53
TRANSMISSION D478 MANUAL, SIX-SPEED WITH OVERDRIVE
Availability Standard — 3.6-liter V-6
Description Synchronized in all forward gears and Reverse, multi-rail shift system with top-mounted shift lever, 50% shorter throws
Gear Ratios
1st 5.13
2nd 2.63
3rd 1.53
4th 1.00
5th 0.81
6th 0.72
Reverse 4.49
Final Drive 3.45 standard, 3.73 optional (4.10 Rubicon)

Transfer Case Options

Transfer Case NV241 COMMAND-TRAC NV241OR ROCK-TRAC MP3022 SELEC-TRAC
Availablity Standard on Sport and Sahara Standard on Rubicon Optional – Sahara
Type Part-time Part-time Full-time
Operating Modes 2WD High
4WD High
Neutral
4WD Low
2WD High
4WD High
Neutral
4WD Low
2WD High
4WD High
Neutral
4WD Low
Low Range Ratio 2.72:1 4.0:1 2.72:1

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2018 Jeep Wrangler Axle Specifications

Front Axle Dana 30
Dana 44 on Rubicon models
Differential Type Open (Dana 30) or Tru-Lok electronic locking (Dana 44)
Axle Ratios: 3.45
3.73
4.10
Rear Axle Dana 35
Dana 44 on Rubicon models
Differential Type Open (Sport and Sahara) with available Trac-Lok anti-spin, Tru-Lok electronic locking (Rubicon)
Axle Ratios 3.45
3.73
4.10

2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Suspension Specifications

Front Solid axle
link coil
leading arms
track bar
coil springs
stabilizer bar
Stabilizer bar Electronic sway-bar disconnect system — standard, Rubicon
Shock type Sport: Gas charged twin tube shock absorbers with full displacement Multi-Tuned Valve (MTV) technology
Sahara: High pressure gas charged monotube shock absorbers with MTV technology
Rubicon: High pressure gas charged monotube shock absorbers with MTV technology and hydraulic rebound stop
Rear Solid axle
link coil
trailing arms
track bar
coil springs
stabilizer bar
Shock type Sport: Gas charged twin tube shock absorbers with full displacement MTV technology
Sahara: High pressure gas charged monotube shock absorbers with MTV technology
Rubicon: High pressure gas charged monotube shock absorbers with MTV technology and hydraulic rebound stop

2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Steering Specs

Type Electro-hydraulic Power
Overall Ratio 17.4:1 – 2-door
15.6:1 – 4-door
Turning Diameter (curb-to-curb) (ft./m) 34.5 2-door
40.8 4-door
Steering Turns (lock-to-lock) 3.6 -2-door
3.2 4-door
P/S pump Electro-Hydraulic

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2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Brake Specifications

Type Power-assisted, anti-lock braking system
Availability Standard
Front
Rotor size and type 12.9 x .94 (330 x 24) vented rotor – Sport
12.9 x 1.1 (330 x 28) vented rotor – Sahara and Rubicon
Caliper size and type 1.88 (48) twin-piston floating caliper – Sport
2 (51) twin-piston floating caliper – Sahara and Rubicon
Rear
Rotor size and type 12.9 x .47 (328 x 12) solid rotor – Sport
13.4 x .55 (342 x 14) solid rotor – Sahara and Rubicon
Caliper size and type 1.77 (45) single-piston floating caliper – Sport
1.88 (48) single-piston floating caliper – Sahara and Rubicon

2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Dimensions and Capacities

Wheelbase 2-door 96.8 (2,460)
4-door 118.4 (3,008)
Overhang Front: 29.2 (741.6)
Rear: 40.8 (1,036.3)
Track Front: 62.9 (1,598)
Rear: 62.9 (1,598)
Overall Length (includes spare tire) 166.8 (4,237) – 2-door
188.4 (4,785) – 4-door
Overall Width 73.8 (1,875)
Overall Height 73.6 (1,868.4)
Liftover Height 29.7 (756.4)
Cargo Width at Swing-Gate Opening 41.1 (1,052)
Cargo Height at Swing-Gate Opening 36 (942.3)
Load Floor Height 30 (762.1)
CLEARANCES
Tire Size 245/75R17 (Standard on Sport)
Approach Angle (degrees) 41.4
Breakover Angle (degrees) 25 (2-door)
20.3 (4-door)
Departure Angle (degrees) 35.9 (2-door)
36.1 (4-door)
Ground Clearance (inches) 9.7
Tire Size 255/70R18 (Standard on Sahara)
Approach Angle (degrees) 41.8
Breakover Angle (degrees) 21
Departure Angle (degrees) 36.1
Ground Clearance (inches) 10
Tire Size LT28570R17 (Standard on Rubicon)
Approach Angle (degrees) 44 (2-door)
43.9 (4-door)
Breakover Angle (degrees) 27.8 (2-door)
22.6 (4-door)
Departure Angle (degrees) 37
Ground Clearance (inches) 10.8

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2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Curb Weight Specifications

2.0-liter (2- and 4-door)
Wrangler Sport Automatic Transmission (lbs./kg): 4,010 (1,819)
Manual Transmission (lbs./kg): N/A
Wrangler Sahara Automatic Transmission (lbs./kg): 4,380 (1,987)
Manual Transmission (lbs./kg): N/A
Wrangler Rubicon Automatic Transmission (lbs./kg): 4,175 (1,894)
Manual Transmission (lbs./kg): N/A
3.6-liter (2- and 4-door)
Wrangler Sport Automatic Transmission (lbs./kg): 3,955 (1,794) / 4,200 (1,905)
Manual Transmission (lbs./kg): 3,970 (1,801) / 4,215 (1,912)
Wrangler Sahara Automatic Transmission (lbs./kg): 4,345 (1,971)
Manual Transmission (lbs./kg): N/A
Wrangler Rubicon Automatic Transmission (lbs./kg): 4,145 (1,880) / 4,455 (2,021)
Manual Transmission (lbs./kg): N/A

2018 Jeep Wrangler – ACCOMMODATIONS

Seating Capacity (front/rear) 2/2 – 2-door, 2/3 – 4-door
SAE Total Interior Passenger Volume, (cu. ft. / cu. m) 103.7 (2.94)
Front: Headroom: 40.7 (1,036) hardtop / 42.6 (1,083) soft top
Legroom: 41.2 (1,038)
Shoulder Room: 55.7 (1,417)
Hip Room: 53.9 (1,370)
Seat Travel: 8.1 (206)
EPA Front Volume Index: 53.8 (1.52)
Rear: Headroom: 40.2 (1,023) hardtop, 41.7 (1,059) soft top
Legroom: 35.7 (904.2) – 2-door, 38.3 (974) – 4-door
Knee Clearance: 61.6 (1,565.9)
Shoulder Room: 57.7 (1,458) – 2-door, 55.7 (1,417) – 4-door
Hip Room: 45 (1,143) – 2-door, 56.7 (1,440) – 4-door
EPA Rear Seat Volume Index (cu. ft. / cu. m): 49.9 (1.40)
Liftover Height 29.7 (756.4)
Maximum Cargo Width at Liftgate Opening 47.9 (1,218.7)
Minimum Cargo Width at Liftgate Opening 41.1 (1,052)
Maximum Cargo Height at Liftgate Opening 36.0 (942.3)
Minimum Cargo Height at Liftgate Opening 35.7 (907.8)
Distance between Wheelhouse Interior Trim 45.0 (1143)
SAE Cargo Volume: Rear Seat Folded: 72.4 cu. ft. (2.05)
Rear Seat Upright: 31.7 cu. ft. (0.89)
Total Passenger plus Cargo Volume, (cu. ft. / cu. m): 150.4 cu. ft.

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2018 jeep Wrangler – WHEELS

Standard (Sport) Painted steel, Low Gloss Black painted
Size:
17 x 7.5 in.
Sport S (Standard) Fully painted cast-aluminum with High Gloss Tech Silver
Size: 17 x 7.5 in.
Sport S (Optional) Painted and polished cast-aluminum with Low Gloss Granite Crystal
Size: 17 x 7.5 in.
Sahara (Standard) Painted spokes with polished cast-aluminum
Size: 18 x 7.5 in.
Sahara (Optional) Painted High Gloss Technical Gray with polished cast-aluminum
Size: 18 x 7.5 in.
Rubicon (Standard) Painted pocket with Mid-Gloss paint and polished cast-aluminum
Size: 17 x 7.5 in.
Rubicon (Optional) Painted pocket with Mid-Gloss paint and polished cast-aluminum
Size: 17 x 7.5 in.
TIRES
Sport (Standard) Size and Type: P245/75R17, on/off-road, black sidewall
Mfr. and Model Michelin LTX MS2, Bridgestone Dueler HT 685, Bridgestone Dueler AT RH-S, Goodyear Wrangler Adventure AT
Revs per Mile (km): 665 (413) – Michelin LTX MS2
661 (411) – Bridgestone Dueler HT 685 & AT RH-S
668 (415) – Goodyear Wrangler Adventure AT
Sahara (Standard) Size and Type: P255/70R18, on/off-road, OWL
Mfr. and Model Bridgestone Dueler HT 685, Bridgestone Dueler AT RH-S, Goodyear Wrangler Adventure AT
Revs per Mile (km): 649 (403)
Rubicon (Standard)
Size and Type: LT285/70R17C, on/off-road, black sidewall
Mfr. and Model: BF Goodrich KO2 All-Terrain
Revs per Mile (km): 645 (401)
Four–wheel anti-lock brakes Standard
Electronic stability control Standard
All-speed traction control Standard

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2018 Jeep Wrangler TOWING CAPACITIES

WRANGLER SPORT (4-door)
Engine Trans Type Transmission Axle Ratio Payload Base Wt. Base Wt. Front Base Wt. Rear GAWR Front GAWR Rear GCWR Max Trailer
3.6-liter V-6 gas M6 D478 6-speed manual 3.45 1000 4201 2226 1974 2700 3000 8117 3500
3.6-liter V-6 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 3.45 1000 4215 2240 1974 2700 3000 8117 3500
2.0-liter I-4 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 3.45 1000 4336 2298 2038 2700 3000 8117 3500
WRANGLER SAHARA (4-door)
Engine Trans Type Transmission Axle Ratio Payload Base Wt. Base Wt. Front Base Wt. Rear GAWR Front GAWR Rear GCWR Max Trailer
3.6-liter V-6 gas M6 D478 6-speed manual 3.45 880 4331 2289 2042 2700 3000 10836 3500
3.6-liter V-6 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 3.45 880 4345 2303 2042 2700 3000 10836 3500
2.0-liter I-4 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 3.45 880 4376 2319 2056 2700 3000 10836 3500
WRANGLER RUBICON (4-door)
Engine Trans Type Transmission Axle Ratio Payload Base Wt. Base Wt. Front Base Wt. Rear GAWR Front GAWR Rear GCWR Max Trailer
3.6-liter V-6 gas M6 D478 6-speed manual 4.10 892 4439 2346 2093 3100 3100 11063 3500
3.6-liter V-6 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 4.10 892 4453 2360 2093 3100 3100 11063 3500
2.0-liter I-4 gas A8 850RE 8-speed automatic 4.10 892 4484 2376 2107 3100 3100 11063 3500

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PostHeaderIcon 2018 Jeep Wrangler Goes Turbo in Los Angeles

The first day of the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show saw the debut of a new Jeep. It’s the long-awaited and much talked-about 2018 Jeep Wrangler, boasting refreshed design, new technologies and a new turbocharged engine. The upgrades are meant to make the old Jeep ready for the future.

In spite of that, 2018 Jeep Wrangler still looks pretty much the same as did back in WWII, and it still has a ladder chassis. Both of those things are good. You wouldn’t want the iconic Wrangler to let go of its awesome traditional look in favor of some fancy schmancy new design and become yet another faceless SUV. And you don’t want it go with a unibody build because you expect it to be a proper, full-blooded off-roader. So all is well in Jeepland as far as the purists are concerned.

But there are some stuff to keep the modernists happy as well. 2018 Jeep Wrangler features aluminum body panels for a weigh saving of nearly 200 pounds, trick suspension, and a new 2.0 liter turbocharged engine with 268 hp and 295 lb-ft boasting a 48-volt generator that makes it a mild hybrid. The 3.6 liter Pentastar V6 is still available for those who are stuck in the past. But since it makes only 20 more horsepower than the 2.0 liter unit, and less torque, it doesn’t really make much sense. Later in 2018 a diesel motor will be added to the range.

2018 Wrangler comes in a bunch of body styles, including two and four door models and a ‘naked’ open-top variant. The trims carry on from the current model, including Sport, Sport S, Rubicon and Sahara. The Rubicon is meant to the most offroad-y version of the lot with features such as jacked-up suspension, extended fenders to house 33 inch tires, Dana 44 axles, and electronically disconnecting anti-roll bars. A naked Rubicon in red with the 2.0 liter engine would be our pick.





















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PostHeaderIcon 2019 Jeep Scrambler Spotted On The Road

It’s no secret Jeep is developing a pickup version of its next-generation Wrangler SUV. We’ve seen countless test mules and pre-production examples driving around, but this might be out best look yet. A YouTuber caught this one on video from mere feet as the pair was stuck in rain-soaked traffic.

The camouflage is almost not needed at this point, since Jeep has already released photos of the two- and four-door Wranglers. The only parts in question are behind the B-pillar. It’s unknown how Jeep has designed the transition between cab and bed, what the rear fenders will look like, or how the rear bumper lines up with the bodywork. On that note, this video shows the Scrambler’s rear bumper hanging well below the cargo bed. It actually looks like a Ram 1500’s bumper, but with D-ring shackles like on the Hummer H2. Jeep will have to rework this transition for the production version.

The Scrambler will share most its parts with the Wrangler Unlimited, including its four removable doors, powertrain options, solid axles, and overall design ahead of the cargo bed. The 2.0-liter turbo-four isn’t expected in the Scrambler, leaving the 3.6-liter V-6 and 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6 as the two choices. Jeep would be wise to offer the six-speed manual transmission with both engines, too. We know the eight-speed automatic will be offered, as well.

Differences from the Wrangler will include a unique hard top that is hopefully removable, a lengthened frame and wheelbase, and the obvious addition of the bed. We expect to see the Wrangler’s trim levels carry over to the Scrambler, too, including the Rubicon, but new trim lines might debut.

References

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PostHeaderIcon Watch the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Tackle Rocks in New Zealand!

There’s currently a press junket for high-end members of the automotive media taking place in New Zealand, and video is starting to come in. This particular one shows a white, two-door Wrangler Rubicon clawing its way up slick rocks in some far-flung valley on the other side of the globe. It’s clear the Wrangler hasn’t lost any of its grit and capability.

We can see new Wrangler Rubicon has dumped the old BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain KM tires for BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires. The tires are light-years ahead of the Mud-Terrains in terms of tire technology and grip in all but the thickest of mud. What’s more, the KO2s will definitely improve the Rubicon’s on-road driving dynamics. The tires are mounted on Rubicon-specific, 17-inch wheels. The sharp design has painted spokes and a bright ring around the edge.

The two clips within the video also show the different configurations of the new soft top. At first, the windows are installed, then towards the end, we can see the windows removed and the roof still in place.

As for the engine, the second clip has some telling engine noises. Though we can’t be completely sure, it sounds like a four-cylinder. If true, it would be the Wrangler’s new 2.0-liter turbo-four with the iconic Hurricane name.

Jeep is set to officially debut the 2018 Wrangler on November 29 at the 2017 L.A. Auto Show.

References

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