Jeep Wrangler

The Wrangler has built in solid construction frame and shaft. The car is equipped with three different all-wheel drive systems: Command-Trac, Selec-Trac and Rock-Trac, an option available on all JL models (except for all models), including JL rear anti-rollover protection to make it more comfortable on the road and to circulate the steering wheel with the help of electric power

Wrangler 2 door and 4 door Wrangler The Unlimited has an exterior design reminiscent of a 1997–2006 Wrangler with a “rake” grille with seven vertical channels and round headlights integrated into the grille. The designers have moved the original Jeep logo away from the grille. The Wrangler is 2.5 inches longer overall, while the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited grows to 3.5 inches. The new Wrangler is approximately 90 kg lighter than the Wrangler JK. 40.8 inches front and back

Trim level

The JL is available in Sport, S Sport, Altitude Sport, Sahara, Sahara Altitude, Rubicon, and Moab. The Cut-Level Sport Altitude, Sahara, Sahara Altitude and Moab come in four-door configurations only.

Sports/Sports S

Sport is an entry-level finish with push-button start. Manual windows, fabric upholstery and 17-inch steel wheels. Single-zone self-adjusting air conditioning remains optional on the two-door model and standard on the four-door model. The JL has a 41.4-degree approach angle on the base model .

The Sport S has added additional features to the Sport such as electric door locks, power windows, remote key, air conditioning. and optional 17-inch Cold Weather Group aluminum alloy wheels as a package that includes heated front seats, steering wheel and remote engine start. The Sport and Sport S come with all-new Dana axles, AdvenTEK m186 at the front and AdvenTEK m200 axles at the rear with anti-rotation differentials. It comes with the Dana 44 M220 instead of the Dana m200.


Jeep considers the Sahara trim to be a luxury class thanks to its revamped interior configuration. The four-door Sahara-only Sahara adds luxury to the JL, such as 18-inch aluminum alloy wheels with gray accents. , fender flares with colored buttons, optional LED headlights with Daytime Running Lights (DRL’s) and premium fabric seats. All door handle touch sensors for Sahara equipped with Remote Proximity Keyless Entry option.

Additional options include leather seats. Stitched vinyl dashboard and Keyless Enter-‘n’-Go Sahara with leather upholstery installed. It has a stitched vinyl dashboard reminiscent of the Jeep Grand Cherokee (WK2).

The Sahara comes with the same axle as the Sport/S model, the Sahara has an optional 2-speed Selec-Trac optional case with full-time all-wheel drive. When ordered with selec-trac, the M186 has cv joints instead of U-Joints .


The Rubicon trim level has the most capable off-road gear. The JL has a 44-degree approach angle on the two-door Rubicon model. Ground clearance measures 10.8 inches (274 mm) on the Rubicon. up to 30 inches (762 mm.)

The Rubicon models feature the Rock-Trac system with an improved NV241 OR transfer case as standard[7], as well as a front sweaterbar detachment system and hydraulic rebound stop. The Rubicon also features a locking system. An electronic differential, which allows the rider to lock the rear differential only, or both the front and differential with a toggle switch in the center of the instrument cluster, also has the Dana 44 M210 front and rear axles, with the Dana 44 M220 axles (4.10). axle ratio) [12] Tru-Lok electric lockers can be operated immediately at a top speed of 30 mph in a 4WD undercarriage.

The Rubicon adds off-road features to the Sport S such as 33-inch BF Goodrich KO2 off-road tires, 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels with gray stripes, electronically locking front and rear axles, high rock rails and dustproof fenders. and premium fabric seats Front door handle and tailgate touch sensors for Rubicons equipped with Remote Proximity Keyless Entry option.


In mid-2018, Jeep introduced the first “special edition” of the all-new Jeep Wrangler JL, called the Moab, which is a top-of-the-line Wrangler trim level based on the Unlimited Sahara and bridges the gap between the trim levels. Named after the off-road track in Moab, Utah, the Unlimited Sahara and Unlimited Rubicon Moab add a Rubicon-inspired styling and luxury amenities to the Unlimited Sahara, while There are also some options not available on the Rubicon, such as the Jeep Premium Parts rock rail, Selec-Trac full-time two-speed transfer case and limited-slip differentials, which is suitable to all-wheel-driven use on paved roads and. 17×7.5 in low-gloss black aluminum-alloy wheel with 32″ BFGoodrich. KM2 Mud Terrain tires, headlamp cover, grille and towbar are also painted in low-gloss black. and other special features such as ‘MOAB’ front fender decals and black ‘Jeep’ and ‘WRANGLER’ badges.

The Moab is the only model to use Rubicon vents and performance suspension components. Other standard equipment on the Moab, available as a Rubicon, includes a steel front bumper with removable covers, LED headlights and fog lights, luxury leather seats, and the U Connect 4C infotainment system. 8.4 with Garmin – GPS Navigation, Alpine Speakers Premium Amplifier9 one with a rear-mounted subwoofer passive keyless access system Color-matched, three-piece removable hardtop with removable headliner. Blind spot monitoring and rear detection, ParkSense park assist with reverse parking and ParkView rear backup camera with dynamic grid lines  and floor mats