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Since 1987, the Jeep Wrangler has been making a name for itself as America’s favorite off-roading vehicle. Quickly becoming an icon, this traditionally-styled SUV is the top choice of adventurers and thrill-seekers all across the country. While this mid-size model has always been tough and rugged, the 2020 Jeep Wrangler is better suited to the outdoors than ever before.
With available seating for up to five people, you can hit the trails with your family or best friends. Although not many cosmetic changes have been made over the years, the 2020 Jeep Wrangler has a youthful appearance due to its sporty vibe. You can choose between the regular two-door model or the newer four-door body style known as the Unlimited. The two-door version offers 12.9 cubic feet of storage space in the back and a maximum cargo area of 31.7 cubic feet. As for the Unlimited model, it has 31.7 cubic feet of available cargo space in the back with a maximum cargo area measured at 72.4 cubic feet. If you think you might need more room for your gear and equipment, an Unlimited model might be your best bet.
There are so many incredible features on the new 2020 Jeep Wrangler. We could write a book about this innovative model. So, without further ado, let’s dig a little deeper into the most exciting specs on this off-roading champion.
Although the Jeep Wrangler is well known for being an off-roading vehicle, it is also known for its customizations. This isn’t limited to the removable roof and doors. Jeep Wrangler customizations can be extended to the powertrain as well as you can choose between three engine options.
The standard powertrain is centered around a 3.6-liter V6 motor that is paired with either an 8-speed automatic transmission or a 6-speed manual transmission. This engine can produce 285 hp and 260 lb-ft of torque. This is a great pick for people who love to have the most control of the vehicle. The average fuel economy is rated at 20 MPG combined (17 city/25 highway), and it can haul 3,500 pounds easily. You can also opt for the eTorque mild hybrid system with this powertrain for the ultimate rock crawling experience.
The second powertrain option is a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder motor coupled with an 8-speed automatic transmission. This fuel-efficient model generates 270 hp and 295 lb-ft of torque, and it gets 23 MPG combined (22 city/24 highway). Like the standard powertrain, the one may also be fitted with the eTorque mild hybrid system for optimized rock crawling capabilities.
Lastly, if you prefer diesel, you can opt for the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V6. While it's able to produce 260 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque, this powertrain has the highest fuel economy averaging at 25 MPG combined (22 city/29 highway). It also isn’t available on every 2020 Jeep Wrangler model, so you'll have to look for a specific trim.
If geography wasn’t your favorite subject in school, you’re about to change your mind. The new 2020 Jeep Wrangler not only offers exceptional performance in the streets, but it also offers it on every type of terrain you can find.
Every new Wrangler is marked with the Trail Rated badge. This prestigious title means that vehicle was put through a series of rigorous tests to ensure peak performance at all times. This includes the ability to withstand inclement weather, rough terrain, and extremely hard conditions. On top of that, the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon has also been recognized by the Texas Auto Writers Association as the best Off-Road SUV of Texas for the 10th consecutive year. Let’s take a look at some of the off-roading highlights that make this vehicle so tough.
Let’s kick things off with the basics. Every 2020 Jeep Wrangler comes with an advanced infotainment interface that is compatible with Bluetooth, Apple CarPlay, and Android Auto. This is something you won’t find on many competitors’ base models. However, the Wrangler Sport is not your Average Joe. On this entry-level model, the system is displayed on a 5-inch touchscreen and features an 8-speaker sound system. A USB port has been installed as well as a rearview camera and cruise control.
An interesting fact about the Sport trim level is that it has two other editions known as the Sport S and Sport Altitude. The S comes with convenient upgrades such as full power accessories and air conditioning. It also features a leather-wrapped steering wheel for a touch of elegance inside the cabin. On the other hand, the Altitude is only available in the Unlimited body style. It adds a rear windshield wiper with a defrosting function as well as a removable hardtop roof.
Stepping up to the wildly popular Sahara trim, you will first notice that this model is only offered on the Unlimited body style. Everything starts to get bigger on this trim, including the touchscreen, which has grown from 5-inches to 7-inches. Satellite radio has also been added for more music listening options. You won't have to worry about annoying static on your next camping trip!
The aforementioned Altitude edition makes another appearance at the Sahara trim level as another option. Only available with the Unlimited body style, this revised model gets a few luxurious tweaks. The seats and gear shift knob have been covered in leather for the ultimate experience in sophistication.
At the top of the lineup is the coveted Rubicon. It is very similar to the Sahara on the inside, but there are a few small differences. The leather seats are heated for comfort during the colder months, and the touchscreen interface has been enlarged to 8.4-inches. Furthermore, a navigation system has been made available along with a premium Alpine system with nine speakers.
If you thought we were done customizing the special editions, think again! The 2020 Jeep Wrangler Sport S also serves as a canvas for a trio of special edition vehicles. These are the Black and Tan, the Willys, and the Freedom Edition. The Black and Tan special edition model is equipped similarly to the mid-level Sahara with the addition of all-terrain tires and side rails. Meanwhile, the Willys is more similarly equipped to the Rubicon with the addition of larger brakes and heavy-duty shock absorbers. Lastly, the Freedom Edition features a soft-top roof, tinted windows, and stylized military graphics.