At $50,245 out-the-door, Moab trims adds $7,755 to a base Rubicon.
2018 Jeep Wrangler
I spy, with my little eye ... the future of the automotive world here in the United States. That pretty much sums up this week's Sunday Drive, in which we pull out the most popular stories on Autoblog of the previous week and try to draw some sort of conclusion as to what binds them all together. This week, it's spy shots, starting with one of the biggest and baddest muscle cars the world has ever seen: the Dodge Challenger Hellcat.
Still nothing else like it on or off road
Let's just make one thing clear right off the bat: If you want to go off-roading and you want an open-air experience, a Jeep Wrangler is probably the right vehicle for you. Really, the Wrangler has always been about enjoying the outdoors with as little between its occupants and the great outdoors as legally possible. That's why the top comes off, the doors stay home, and the windshield folds flat. All that said, however, one cool bit of show-car desirability reportedly won't make into production
Easter is coming up, which is a big deal for both Christians and Jeep fans. The latter of which are excited because the annual Easter Jeep Safari off-road event in Moab is coming, along with Jeep's wild concepts it builds for the event each year. We're getting an sneak peek at two of those Jeeps early, thanks to illustrations the company revealed.
Well that was fast.
The JK generation has been in production since 2006.
The 2018 Jeep Wrangler configurator has surfaced, so we at Autoblog took some time to play with it and share what our perfect Wranglers would be.
An off-road tale of saguaros, sunny days, and skid plates.
FCA unveiled the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler at the 2017 LA Auto Show. The iconic off-roader will be lighter and have better fuel economy than its predecessor. For more coverage of the 2017 LA Auto Show head over to https://www.autoblog.com/la-auto-show/
From Willys to Wrangler, the JL advances the legend.
The American automotive marketplace is dominated by trucks and SUVs, and so was the last week of coverage on Autoblog.
The numbers don't exactly jump off the page, but there are savings to be had.
It's definitely a Wrangler.
Have a look. There's a lot to see.