The 2020 Jeep Wrangler order guide is here! It brings with it some massive changes, according to Hot Cars. Let’s take a look.
2020 Jeep Wrangler Order Guide
Various manufacturers began leaking order guides. This shows what’s coming with the upcoming model. Jeep hasn’t wasted any time, and JL Wrangler Forums was quick to post the details. The first thing we spotted was the price increase. Every trim goes up $250. A 2020 Wrangler Unlimited Sport has a starting price of $31,795.
The next change to look at is the engine options. There’s no additional cost to add an eight-speed automatic to the 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. Prior to now, it would have been an additional $2,000. Now, Jeep allows customers to purchase the turbocharged engine with a free transmission.
Of course, you have to pay $1,500 for this option if you purchase a Sport or Rubicon. But, it does come with electronic stop-start to provide more fuel savings. With a Rubicon model, expect to get hill descent control with your purchase. If you want the 2.0-liter turbo engine on a Sahara, it adds $2,000 to your bill but comes with the eTorque mild hybrid system.
If you opt for a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 and an eight-speed automatic transmission on the Rubicon or Sport, you will spend $2,500. That’s an extra $500 than the 2019 model. The Sahara only costs $2,000 and an additional $1,000 is required for the eTorque.
Other Jeep Wrangler Options
We have news on some Sport trim packages as well. Choose from the Altitude, Sport S or Black and Tan. The later replaces the Moab and comes with tan cloth seats, aspects of the Technology Group, a Sunrider soft top roof and black trim on the instrument panel. The Technology Group comes equipped with dual-zone climate control, 17-inch painted rims, all-terrain tires, side steps and the seven-inch Uconnect infotainment system.
The Sahara features the same Altitude trim as the previous model while the Rubicon offers plenty of high-end features and group options.
The Sahara gets the Altitude trim as on the current year, and the Rubicon just gets a bunch of group options for various high-end features. We should see more announcements on the 2020 Wrangler by next month.
Now, if they could work out the death wobble on the new model, customers would be even happier.