As is expected with a next-generation model, the Wrangler JL will see a price hike compared to its JK predecessor. An entry-level, two-door Wrangler Sport will see an increase of $3,100 for a MSRP of $28,190. According to Car And Driver, those who want a four-door Wrangler Sport will have to shell out $31,690. (Do note that these prices includes a $1,195 destination charge.
Both Sport models will be powered by a 3.6-liter Pentastar engine and it’ll be paired with a six-speed manual gearbox. Standard exterior features include a set of 17-inch steel wheels, Sunrider soft top, and metal doors with manual windows and locks. On the inside you’ll find a LED lighting, an eight-speaker sound system and a push-button ignition.
One step up is the Wrangler Sport S, which starts at $31,390 for the two-door and $34,890 for the four-door. Perhaps a trim worth looking into as it comes with air conditioning, power windows and locks, heated mirrors, 17-inch aluminum wheels, and even keyless entry.
Those looking for a Sahara variant will have to go with the four-door and it is priced at $38,540. Sitting on 18-inch aluminum wheels, the Sahara comes with unique grille accents, body-color fender flares, side steps and automatic headlights. There are also a few additional cabin features and an optional Selec-Trac full-time transfer case, which is only available for this trim.
Then we have the range topping Rubicon with a starting price of $38,190 for the two-door and a hefty $41,690 for the four-door. Designed for the hard trail hitters, the Rubicon is equipped with front and rear Dana 44 axles, electronic lockers, Rock-Trac transfer case, and more.
Of course some won’t just stick with a bare bones Wrangler, with the amount of options Mopar will be offering, the final OTD price could be drastically different.