Sport 2dr 4x4
2019 Jeep Wrangler

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The 2019 Jeep Wrangler continues to stand alone as a truly one-of-a-kind vehicle. Its iconic shape and stellar off-road capability haven't wavered through updates and redesigns. Even the all-new, modernized JL Wrangler introduced last year stays true to the Wrangler ethos. Jeep doesn't cut corners or compromise when it comes to the Wrangler's capabilities, and it continues to be a top choice for off-road enthusiasts everywhere. Even as Jeep continues to make the hardcore Rubicon for folks who want the highest performance possible, the body-on-frame vehicle has gotten more accessible for daily driving duties. We still wouldn't recommend anybody make it their commuter car, but the Wrangler is considerably more refined and easy to live with in 2019 than ever before. What's new for 2019? The Jeep Wrangler was redesigned for the 2018 model year, so changes for 2019 are minimal. Adaptive cruise control and forward collision warning are now a part of the "Advanced Safety Group" package, and there's a new paint color called "Bikini." What's the interior and in-car technology like? The 2019 Jeep Wrangler has a butch interior to match the exterior looks. There's no mistaking it for any other vehicle when you're inside. The exterior paint bleeds through onto the pillars and other parts of the interior. A tall, upright seating position provides a commanding view over the relatively short, narrow hood. You sit close to the windows and windshield that now has a slight rake to it with the redesign. All the controls are easily within reach; you just have to find them first. One can opt for as much or as little technology as they want in Wranglers now. The base Wrangler comes with a basic 5-inch touchscreen for barebones audio/car controls. A 7- or 8.4-inch touchscreen can be optioned with FCA's user-friendly Uconnect system for those who want that tech. There's a similar disparity in materials depending on how you option it. A Sahara with all the leather boxes checked can start to feel half luxurious inside, while a base Sport is a plastic and rubber paradise. Regardless of trim, though, the Wrangler's interior is a very different place to be than most cars for sale today (and a great improvement over its predecessors). A smattering of roof designs are available, but all allow the Wrangler to be a convertible, albeit with varying degrees of difficulty. There's the "Freedom Top" hardtop with removable panels above the driver and front passenger that makes highway cruising a (relatively) quieter affair. Then there are two different grades of soft tops available, which obviously make for a substantially quicker convertible transformation. There's still a steep learning curve with either top, but their operation has been greatly improved for the latest generation. Their new design allows also you to remove the rear side panels without removing the roof and rear window part as well. This provides a convertible's air flow without the sun burn. Finally, Jeep makes a new Sky One-Touch roof optional, which is a bit of …
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The 2019 Jeep Wrangler continues to stand alone as a truly one-of-a-kind vehicle. Its iconic shape and stellar off-road capability haven't wavered through updates and redesigns. Even the all-new, modernized JL Wrangler introduced last year stays true to the Wrangler ethos. Jeep doesn't cut corners or compromise when it comes to the Wrangler's capabilities, and it continues to be a top choice for off-road enthusiasts everywhere. Even as Jeep continues to make the hardcore Rubicon for folks who want the highest performance possible, the body-on-frame vehicle has gotten more accessible for daily driving duties. We still wouldn't recommend anybody make it their commuter car, but the Wrangler is considerably more refined and easy to live with in 2019 than ever before. What's new for 2019? The Jeep Wrangler was redesigned for the 2018 model year, so changes for 2019 are minimal. Adaptive cruise control and forward collision warning are now a part of the "Advanced Safety Group" package, and there's a new paint color called "Bikini." What's the interior and in-car technology like? The 2019 Jeep Wrangler has a butch interior to match the exterior looks. There's no mistaking it for any other vehicle when you're inside. The exterior paint bleeds through onto the pillars and other parts of the interior. A tall, upright seating position provides a commanding view over the relatively short, narrow hood. You sit close to the windows and windshield that now has a slight rake to it with the redesign. All the controls are easily within reach; you just have to find them first. One can opt for as much or as little technology as they want in Wranglers now. The base Wrangler comes with a basic 5-inch touchscreen for barebones audio/car controls. A 7- or 8.4-inch touchscreen can be optioned with FCA's user-friendly Uconnect system for those who want that tech. There's a similar disparity in materials depending on how you option it. A Sahara with all the leather boxes checked can start to feel half luxurious inside, while a base Sport is a plastic and rubber paradise. Regardless of trim, though, the Wrangler's interior is a very different place to be than most cars for sale today (and a great improvement over its predecessors). A smattering of roof designs are available, but all allow the Wrangler to be a convertible, albeit with varying degrees of difficulty. There's the "Freedom Top" hardtop with removable panels above the driver and front passenger that makes highway cruising a (relatively) quieter affair. Then there are two different grades of soft tops available, which obviously make for a substantially quicker convertible transformation. There's still a steep learning curve with either top, but their operation has been greatly improved for the latest generation. Their new design allows also you to remove the rear side panels without removing the roof and rear window part as well. This provides a convertible's air flow without the sun burn. Finally, Jeep makes a new Sky One-Touch roof optional, which is a bit of …
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$28,045 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
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Engine 3.6L V-6
MPG 17 City / 25 Hwy
Seating 4 Passengers
Transmission 6-spd man w/OD
Power 285 @ 6400 rpm
Drivetrain four-wheel
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