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Jeep knows that not all SUVs are created equal. While any vehicle should offer a safe and convenient ride on pavement, no other machine on the market can match the dynamic off-road capability of the Wrangler. Jeep’s iconic sport utility vehicle has proven itself in some off the world’s most unforgiving environments, and the 2020 Wrangler combines unrivaled performance with modern comfort and cutting-edge features.
For 2020, The Wrangler’s trim lineup saw the addition of the Willys and Black & Tan variations. These two distinct trims build on the Sport S’s features and come with unique badging as well as durable off-roading tools like specialized tires for better traction. Some trims also received a turbodiesel V6 engine option.
The 2020 Wrangler is available in eight trim levels:
The Sport starts the lineup with Sunrider folding soft top, a rearview camera, push-button start, Bluetooth®*, and a touchscreen. The Sport S adds remote keyless entry, and heated side mirrors, while the four-door Sport Altitude is offered as the Sport S’s hard-top version. As the name implies, the Black & Tan features two-tone styling, plus side steps, all-terrain tires, smartphone integration, satellite radio, and dual-one automatic climate control. The new Willys trim comes with rock sliders, mud-terrain tires, a rear limited slip differential, and larger brakes.
In the Sahara, you’ll find three USB ports, 18-inch alloy wheels, and a 7-inch touchscreen. You can also upgrade the Sahara with navigation and leather upholstery. If you prefer the Sahara’s features under a hard top, you can consider the four-door Sahara Altitude trim. The Rubicon has performance tools like front and rear locking differential, rock sliders, and BFGoodrich KO2 all-terrain tires.
With all of its various trims and features, there’s bound to be a Wrangler that’s right for you. We invite you to come see it for yourself here at Brewbaker Dodge Chrysler Jeep Ram FIAT. While you’re on our lot, you can explore the Wrangler from front to back, ask us anything you need to know about its capabilities, and even get in for a test drive.
The Wrangler’s seating capacity depends on the body style you prefer, with seating for four in two-door models and space for five in four-door versions. Adult passengers will find plenty of legroom in any seat, especially in the airy four-door versions. Children can ride safely in the back via two full sets of LATCH connections, and the four-door Wranglers also feature an added tether anchor between in the middle of the back row. Whether you opt for a hard or soft top, both can be popped off with ease for breezy rides in the open air. Cabin materials are durable and utilitarian, and they can hold up to whatever elements you might track in. You can also customize the Wrangler’s interior with upgrades like heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and leather upholstery.
The Wrangler promises all the storage room you need for everything from light errands to extensive excursions. Behind its rear seats, the Wrangler offers 32 cubic feet or storage space. With its back row folded, the Wrangler provides a total cargo area of 72 cubic feet.
There’s no mistaking the iconic grill and angular fame that the Wrangler has worn since its wartime beginnings. For 2020, its familiar fascia can be equipped with LED lights.
The 2020 Wrangler is available in these colors:
The Wrangler is celebrated as a champion off-road vehicle, and the 2020 model upholds its reputation with incredible performance. The Jeep is perfectly suited to tackling uneven terrain, and no adventure is off limits, especially with the off-road-focused Rubicon trim. Every model comes with skid plates and tow hooks. The Wrangler also maintains a stable ride on city streets and interstates, and it handles corners with ease.
Jeep offers two engine options for the Wrangler. The standard issue is a potent 285-horsepower 3.6-liter V6 mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission, while a six-speed manual is also available if you prefer to handle gear shifting yourself. The Wrangler can also be powered by a 270-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder or a new turbodiesel option.
Whenever you want to see what the Wrangler is really capable of, come visit us at our Montgomery dealership. Our team would be happy to speak with you bout the Wrangler as well as any other vehicle in our inventory. We hope to see you soon!