• Apr 12, 2006

Jeep has released a spate of photos of its new 2007 Wrangler Unlimited four-door, which we should be seeing in the metal within a few hours here in New York. The Unlimited boasts the same modular-style removable top that engenders a lot of added flexibility, functioning as a t-top of sorts, a targa, and full-blown, wind-in-the-hair convertible. Be sure to click on the jump for more views inside and out, and click on each image for suitable-for-framing imagery.

 



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      • 8 Years Ago
      I think it shold have a 4.7L grand cherokee engine with that extra weight that extra room adds then it could tow more.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I've wanted a 4 door Wrangler since I was a kid, I don't understand the lack of diesel option, maybe the Liberty diesel sells poorly? I see they charge a premium for it...

      Otherwise - this would be a dream car for me - wonder if I can grey market a diesel in?

      I think the styling evolution works fine, I'd like it with more extensive changes, but that would alienate their base. Also would like a washable interior, but no big deal.









      • 8 Years Ago
      Get rid of the colorcoated fenders, move the rollbar forward to make the back an unubstructed pickup bed, and then we are cooking with gas.
      • 8 Years Ago
      4 Questions:

      Anyone have any real info on the pricing range for the X, Sahara, and Rubicon?

      Has anyone heard a tentaive release date? I'm hearing possibly beginning of August..

      And 3, anyone know what kind of gas mileage we can expect on an engine like this??

      Anyone know what colors are going to be offered? I read 9 on jeep.com...not sure if the green will be available, but the people at the car show said it would be..i wouldnt take their word though, i knew more about the car than they did...

      PS Im buying this car the day it comes out...
      • 8 Years Ago
      # 17 thank you for posting the specs.
      This Jeep looks great, as a current Grand cheeroke owner (2000) I'm looking to get a new jeep. I really don't like the 2005 GC. i found the new GC the only way to get a 2 speed transfer case was to get teh top model. I just wish this new Jeep had Select-Track.. So that there was a full time option for those of us that live north.. Also was wondering if there will be heated sport cloth or leather seating.
      • 8 Years Ago
      They are putting the diesel in this current model, but for export only. Doesn't that suck.
      • 8 Years Ago
      From the writeup at autoshowny.com:

      "The all-new 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited also retains Wranglers coveted removable full-framed or half doors, exposed hinges, fold-down windshield and innovative removable and convertible tops.

      "The all-new 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited also features a standard Sunrider soft top, which includes a sun roof feature as well as the full top-down option. This soft top provides a second open-air option by folding the soft top back completely over the first- and second-row occupants, creating a 55x60-inch sun roof opening."

      I don't see anything about 2wd, so maybe the layout section in the specs is lying....?

      http://www.autoweek.com/files/specials/2006_newyork/jeep/unlimited/info.doc
      • 8 Years Ago
      It's gonna look weird when you take the doors off.
      • 8 Years Ago
      I've gotta' agree with Buck. A diesel, with its low end torque and easier water proofing seems like a "no brainer" for this vehicle. The other day I saw a blog that said VW was shipping their diesel engine to Belevedere, IL whare it was being placed into the new Caliber (I think) then the Caliber was being shipped off to Europe and was not going to be marketed in the U.S. Does the U.S. have "dieselphobia"?
      • 8 Years Ago
      If only they would let us have the diesel stateside, I would buy it in a heartbeat!
      • 8 Years Ago
      JH that is the first thing that came to my mind too.
      • 8 Years Ago
      i dont know y i am seeing so many negative comments... this is the best thing that jeep has ever done... NO they dont need to move the rollbar becuase then it would look like a pick up... its not that, its a jeep! NO they dont need 3rd row seating, buy a bigger vehicle, this is perfect now u dont have 2 choose between ur passangers or ur cargo...It might look similar to the hummer, but then again dont all cars that compete look similar... This 1 wins in my book... im buying 1 asap.
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