2023 Jeep Wrangler

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Pros: Nearly endless variety; go-anywhere capability; the roof and doors come off; 4xe plug-in hybrid Cons: Refinement and on-road handling laughable by modern SUV standards; iffy safety ratings The 2023 Jeep Wrangler is entering another year with a proper direct competitor in the Ford Bronco. Thus far, Ford’s efforts at breaking into this space have spurred on Jeep to make the Wrangler even stronger. The now-deep lineup isn’t getting any larger for 2023, but it’s hard to complain when there's a diverse variety of options for virtually any taste. There are five engine options, including the EcoDiesel, the plug-in hybrid Wrangler 4xe and the V8-powered Rubicon 392. There are, of course, two-door and four-door Unlimited body styles, plus numerous top and door options that allow you to be at one with nature when off-roading. Then there are the trim levels/models, which inject different characters into the Wrangler. You can go basic with a manual Sport, get the most capability with the Rubicon or opt for something a little more on-road-oriented with the Sahara. Then there are special appearance-oriented versions like the Freedom Edition, Willys Sport and luxury-oriented High Altitude model. No matter the version you choose, though, the Wrangler is going to be a blast. As for how it stacks up to the Bronco, that all depends on which trim you’re aiming to buy. Across the line, the Bronco is going to ride and handle better on account of its independent front suspension. Its interior is similarly sparse and barebones as the Wrangler’s, but just like the Jeep, you can spec out a fancy Bronco, too. Whether you end up going with the Jeep or the Ford will all be down to what specific type of off-roading you want to do, powertrain preferences and if you like one’s styling over the other. All that variety is also a big plus for the Wrangler. In today’s crazy car market, though, a lot of it could come down to which is more attainable, and due to the Bronco’s freshness to the market, Jeep is still winning that battle. Interior & Technology  |  Passenger & Cargo Space  |  Performance, Towing & Fuel Economy What they're like to drive  |  Pricing & Trim Levels  |  Safety Features & Crash Ratings What's new for 2023? Cleverly named new colors Reign (purple) and Earl (gray) enter for 2023. A Wrangler Freedom edition model with an appearance package and capability upgrades like a steel front bumper and rock rails joins the lineup. Rubicon models get new 17-inch wheel options, and a new Wrangler decal featuring the American flag is available for the front fender. Beyond this, it's the same (massive) Wrangler lineup as we had in 2022.   What are the Wrangler’s interior and in-car technology like? The 2023 Jeep Wrangler has a stylized interior to match the exterior looks. There's no mistaking it for any other vehicle when you're inside (OK, apart from the Gladiator). The exterior paint bleeds through onto the pillars and other parts of …
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Pros: Nearly endless variety; go-anywhere capability; the roof and doors come off; 4xe plug-in hybrid Cons: Refinement and on-road handling laughable by modern SUV standards; iffy safety ratings The 2023 Jeep Wrangler is entering another year with a proper direct competitor in the Ford Bronco. Thus far, Ford’s efforts at breaking into this space have spurred on Jeep to make the Wrangler even stronger. The now-deep lineup isn’t getting any larger for 2023, but it’s hard to complain when there's a diverse variety of options for virtually any taste. There are five engine options, including the EcoDiesel, the plug-in hybrid Wrangler 4xe and the V8-powered Rubicon 392. There are, of course, two-door and four-door Unlimited body styles, plus numerous top and door options that allow you to be at one with nature when off-roading. Then there are the trim levels/models, which inject different characters into the Wrangler. You can go basic with a manual Sport, get the most capability with the Rubicon or opt for something a little more on-road-oriented with the Sahara. Then there are special appearance-oriented versions like the Freedom Edition, Willys Sport and luxury-oriented High Altitude model. No matter the version you choose, though, the Wrangler is going to be a blast. As for how it stacks up to the Bronco, that all depends on which trim you’re aiming to buy. Across the line, the Bronco is going to ride and handle better on account of its independent front suspension. Its interior is similarly sparse and barebones as the Wrangler’s, but just like the Jeep, you can spec out a fancy Bronco, too. Whether you end up going with the Jeep or the Ford will all be down to what specific type of off-roading you want to do, powertrain preferences and if you like one’s styling over the other. All that variety is also a big plus for the Wrangler. In today’s crazy car market, though, a lot of it could come down to which is more attainable, and due to the Bronco’s freshness to the market, Jeep is still winning that battle. Interior & Technology  |  Passenger & Cargo Space  |  Performance, Towing & Fuel Economy What they're like to drive  |  Pricing & Trim Levels  |  Safety Features & Crash Ratings What's new for 2023? Cleverly named new colors Reign (purple) and Earl (gray) enter for 2023. A Wrangler Freedom edition model with an appearance package and capability upgrades like a steel front bumper and rock rails joins the lineup. Rubicon models get new 17-inch wheel options, and a new Wrangler decal featuring the American flag is available for the front fender. Beyond this, it's the same (massive) Wrangler lineup as we had in 2022.   What are the Wrangler’s interior and in-car technology like? The 2023 Jeep Wrangler has a stylized interior to match the exterior looks. There's no mistaking it for any other vehicle when you're inside (OK, apart from the Gladiator). The exterior paint bleeds through onto the pillars and other parts of …
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Retail Price

$31,195 - $82,495 MSRP / Window Sticker Price
Engine 2.0L I-4, 3.6L V-6, 6.4L V-8
MPG Up to 21 city / 25 highway
Seating 4 Passengers
Transmission 6-spd man w/OD, 8-spd auto w/OD, 8-spd w/OD
Power 270 - 470 hp
Drivetrain four-wheel
Curb Weight 3,948 - 5,098 lbs
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