We all pretty much know what the redesigned 2018 Jeep Wrangler is going to look like. But this week a prototype was spotted in camo that left very little to the imagination, and brought some interesting bits into focus.
Pre-production mules are, by their very nature, strange, chimera-like beasts, made from whatever was handy with little regard to how they look. As a result, most look like crap. That’s what makes the test mule used for the Plymouth Prowler/Jeep Wrangler so special—it’s arguably the only test mule that looks better…
It’s one thing to build a Jeep Wrangler up for the rigors of extreme off-roading. But getting one ready to survive serious use at the ham-fisted hands of rental car customers? Sounds like a tall order. Doing it cost-effectively seems even harder, but apparently it’s not impossible.
If you’ve always wondered which of the current crop of SUVs is best off-road, Autocar did a head-to-head comparison between the Jeep Wrangler, Land Rover Discovery, Mercedes G-Wagon, Toyota Land Cruiser, Dacia Duster and a modified Isuzu D-Max. So get ready for some off-road goodness.
BRO DO YOU THINK THE 2018 JEEP WRANGLER CAN BE STOPPED? NOT EVEN CLOSE, JUNIOR. WATCH IT COME BLASTING ACROSS THIS BARREN LANDSCAPE IN AN UNPRECEDENTED ACT OF EXTREME OFF-ROADING.
Everybody knows a significantly revised Jeep Wrangler is coming in 2018. Every Jeep fan knows that Moab, Utah, is hallowed ground for these vehicles and that its most capable equipment is tested there. So I’m not surprised that the next-gen prototypes are running around out there. I am, however, officially stoked.
What we have here is the ultimate fusion of two of the most popular modified cars: the Toyota Supra and Jeep Wrangler. If you ever wanted a rear-drive Jeep with the most legendary turbocharged six cylinder ever to come from Japan, now is your chance.
Security researchers have discovered a vulnerable database containing the details of approximately 10 million vehicles sold in the US, including vehicle identification numbers (VIN) and personal details about the owners.
One of the most anticipated vehicles of the year is the next-generation Jeep Wrangler, but a big question mark is what engines it will have. A tip sent to Jalopnik from an anonymous source appears to confirm the full range of motors, including two versions of the planned diesel.
Hey, shocking news: the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler is going to look like... a Jeep Wrangler. Despite being a completely new rock-crawler that makes use of aluminum to cut weight, the Wrangler’s looks won’t change much, because why would it need to? Fortunately, one place that seems to be hugely improved over the old…
When some yahoo in a gorgeous Nissan 300ZX decided to park his car over the line, another yahoo in a jacked-up Jeep Wrangler tried showing him who’s boss, but failed miserably. Because he forgot to account for JDM.
Starting in 1991, Jeep offered on its Jeep Wrangler YJ a “Renegade Decor Group,” a box which—when ticked—turned the already controversial square headlight Wrangler into a hideous mess. What are some other special editions that somehow managed to ruin decent cars?
America’s thirst for SUVs and pickup trucks cannot be quenched. Sitting atop that mountain of success is Jeep, the cash cow of Fiat Chrysler, set to diversify into even more vehicles soon. Luckily, gas will stay cheap forever, so here is the Jeep Wrangler pickup truck the world has been clamoring for.
Earlier today, I left a giant pool of drool in the design dome of Chrysler’s Tech Center as I gazed at the company’s new Easter Jeep Safari concept cars. Of all the pretty sheetmetal, though, one vehicle made me truly weak at the knees: a hot-rodded Wrangler called Quicksand.
Toyota has teased a beefy, but honestly “realistic”, wheel for the concept it’s bringing to next month’s New York International Auto Show. It’s called the FT-4X, and you, Ford, and Jeep all probably know where this is going.
The 2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon is now officially the most off-road capable Jeep you can buy off the shelf. It’s not a massive upgrade for the lineup, but there are a few significantly beefier parts and hey, is that red interior trim I see? Oh yeah, now you know it’s fancy.
The 2017 Toyota Tacoma TRD Pro is Toyota’s toy for the off-road enthusiast. Big bouncy Fox shocks, armor plates underneath, CRAWL-control mode and even a built-in GoPro mount. So we chased a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon into the mud to find out what all those accessories are really worth.