Jeep Wrangler. Black

The Jeep Wrangler (JL) is the fourth generation of the Wrangler off-road vehicle, available in two- and four-door bodies. Unveiled at the 2017 Los Angeles Auto Show on November 29, 2017, production of the vehicle began in November 2017.

The 2-door Wrangler and 4-door Wrangler Unlimited feature an exterior design that is reminiscent of the 1997 through 2006 Wrangler (TJ), with a “raked” front grille with seven vertical slots and round headlamps that integrate into the front grille. The designers have moved the traditional Jeep logo off the grille.

The Wrangler has retained a body-on-frame construction and solid axles. The vehicle is offered with three different four-wheel drive systems: Command-Trac, Selec-Trac, and Rock-Trac. Options available on all JL models (except Rubicon) include an anti-spin rear differential. The JL is designed to be more comfortable on-road and has recirculating ball steering with electric power assistance.

The Wrangler is 2.5 inches (64 mm) longer overall than before, while the Wrangler Unlimited has grown by 3.5 inches (89 mm). The new Wrangler is roughly 90 kilograms (198 lb) lighter than the Wrangler JK. Overhangs increase significantly with the new model having 29.2 and 40.8 inches (740 and 1,040 mm) front and rear.

The 2024 facelift can be optioned with 35 inch beadlock tyres and has official support for 40 inch tyres


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