The Jeep Wrangler has always offered what no other compact SUV can—rugged off-roading capability. With its new 2018 model, the Wrangler now offers the creature comforts and amenities that other SUVs provide.
The Wrangler has long had a reputation for having a very Spartan interior—no bells, no whistles. Buyers typically overlook this as they’re purchasing the Wrangler for its off-roading capability and its inimitable exterior design. The 2018 redesign of the Wrangler, now available at Indianapolis-area Jeep dealers, broadens its appeal by adding interior comfort and convenience that modern SUV buyers have come to expect.
The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler has a much more inviting interior than previous generations of the Wrangler, and Jeep has included modern safety and convenience technology available in many modern vehicles. The vehicle comes in both two- and four-door versions. The two-door version sits four people, while the four-door can accommodate five.
Seating in the new Wrangler is quite comfortable, and it’s easily discernable that Jeep is now using higher-quality upholstery and interior surfaces than it has in past Wranglers. Seats are supportive and comfortable. The Wrangler is now a perfectly comfortable SUV for family trips.
The four-door Unlimited trim level of the new Wrangler has a nice amount of cargo space— great for families taking an outdoor adventure. The Wrangler has 32 cubic feet of cargo space, which expands to 72 cubic feet if you fold the rear seats down.
The Wrangler has some pretty cool standard features, including two USB ports, Bluetooth, and a five-inch touchscreen with the Uconnect infotainment system. The Uconnect system has gotten kudos from the automotive press for being user-friendly and reliable. A rearview camera is also standard on the new Wrangler.
The new Jeep Wrangler comes standard with a V6 engine that cranks out 285 horsepower. The redesign of the Wrangler adds a second engine option, a turbocharged 2.0-liter engine that delivers 270 horsepower. The turbocharged engine is equipped with electric power assist technology to increase fuel efficiency.
The Wrangler is unbeatable on the off-road, thanks to its sturdy suspension and other features designed to make off-roading a breeze. On the highway, the Wrangler handles well, providing a surprisingly smooth ride to drivers and passengers.
The Wrangler has a modest towing capability. The two-door version of the Wrangler can tow about 2,000 lbs., while the four-door model can tow up to 3,500 lbs.
The Wrangler starts at $26,995 for a base-level two-door. A fully loaded Jeep Wrangler will cost about $40,495. Consumers can get a very good Jeep Wrangler in between these two prices, thanks to the various trim levels and options packages available. Your Chrysler or Jeep dealer can likely help you with the price with a variety of incentives and other offers.
For consumers interested in an off-roader with plenty of creature comforts, Bloomington Jeep dealers at Community Chrysler have a great selection of new Jeep Wranglers. Visit today for a quick and convenient auto-buying experience, or call 866-308-8426 for more information.