Jeep Wrangler

For the updated Wrangler, Jeep India has released the pricing. Priced at Rs 67.65 lakh for the Unlimited and Rs 71.65 lakh for the Rubicon, the new SUV means the Wrangler range is roughly Rs 5 lakh more expensive.

Jeep Wrangler Unlimited: Design Changes

Jeep Wrangler

The Wrangler Unlimited’s body-colored grille has been replaced with a blacked-out one, and its new 18-inch alloy wheels are the most obvious exterior modifications. According to Jeep, the windshield is brand-new and composed of Gorilla Glass. Additionally, the Unlimited now offers five exterior color choices: in addition to Bright White, Black, Granite Crystal, and Firecracker Red, Sarge Green is now available.

Jeep Wrangler Rubicon: Design Changes

The Rubicon now has new 17-inch alloy wheels and an all-black grille, just like the Unlimited. The colors from the previous portfolio are still available: Granite Crystal, Firecracker Red, Sarge Green, Bright White, and Black. The Rubicon keeps getting all the stickers and insignia that identify it as the more extreme Wrangler.

Jeep Wrangler

Jeep Wrangler: Interior Changes

When comparing the inside of the Wrangler facelift to the outgoing model, not much has changed. The layout has been modified to accommodate the new 12.3-inch infotainment touchscreen, which is powered by Jeep’s most recent Uconnect 5 OS. Previously, spherical central air vents have been replaced with tiny slits that are located beneath the touchscreen. Additionally, the Unlimited and Rubicon now come equipped with wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, 12-way powered front seats, and six airbags—two more than before.

Jeep Wrangler

Additional safety features include automated headlights, a tire pressure monitor, hill start assist, hill descent control, electronic roll mitigation, and rear parking sensors and cameras.

Even with the price rise, the Wrangler is still less expensive than the Land Rover Defender 110 (Rs 97 lakh-2.35 crore), which is the closest competitive SUV in our market.

Jeep Wrangler: Powertrain, Off-road Gear

Jeep Wrangler

The same 2.0-liter four-cylinder turbo-petrol engine that powers the Grand Cherokee powers both versions as before. It generates 400 Nm of peak torque and 270 horsepower when coupled to an 8-speed torque converter automatic in the Wrangler. With the new design, the approach, departure, and breakover angles—which are still 36 degrees, 31 degrees, and 20 degrees (21 degrees for the Rubicon)—remain constant. Jeep’s Selec-Trac full-time 4WD system comes standard.

In addition, the Wrangler Rubicon receives a 240 Amp alternator, a front sway bar that can be electronically disengaged, locking front and rear differentials, and a Rock mode for the Selec-Trac system.

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