Our guy David Tracy is hanging out with a wild, almost alien-looking custom Jeep Wrangler right now, and its owner wants to show him—and all of you—around it. The word on the street is that David’s going to get to take it for a spin, and he’ll be sharing the whole experience live on Facebook.
The coolest thing about Jeep’s World War II-esque 75th Wrangler Salute concept was the fact that, unlike any other concept vehicle I can think of, the Jeep was actually built on the assembly line alongside standard run-of-the-mill Wranglers. Jeep has released a time-lapse video showing the assembly process of the…
Right now in Toledo, a badass World War Two-themed Wrangler is making its way down the assembly line as the Jeep brand celebrates its 75th anniversary today. Unfortunately, it’s just a concept, but that’s probably a good thing, because otherwise I’d be out about $35 grand.
We Jeep people are a strange breed. We park on snow mounds at the grocery store in the winter, don’t bother slowing for speed bumps, and generally turn into giddy little kids behind the wheels of our rigs. Here’s a Jeep Wrangler JK playing ballerina in a parking lot on some wooden seesaws.
Engineers designed the JK Jeep Wrangler to ford water up to a depth 2.5 feet. Yesterday, in New Braunfels, Texas, one Wrangler looks to have exceeded that rating big time after being swept away by a raging torrent. It was all caught on video, so if you’re a Jeep lover, prepare to weep.
We all know the charmingly gruff Jeep Wrangler will be more modernized for the next generation “JL” due in 2018. But rumor has it the company is now asking customers how they’d feel about no more manual transmissions.
We know the 2018 Jeep Wrangler (JL) will be sleeker than the current (JK) vehicle to pick up some fuel economy, but a solid spy shot of the prototype in profile has helped us extrapolate just about how dramatic the change will be.
Fiat Chrysler is supposedly cooking up an all-new 2.0 liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine codenamed “Hurricane” that sources say will debut in the next-generation (JL) Jeep Wrangler making “nearly” 300 horsepower. Sounds like a fun Wrangler to me.
We can talk about how bad we all want a Jeep Wrangler pickup, how insane it is to spend $178,000 on something just a few short years ahead of a horse-drawn carriage, or we can bask in the glory of what may be the most beast modern Jeep on Earth.
Selfie-sticking is not for the weak. It’s an activity left to only the burliest, toughest people on earth. The guy driving this jacked-up Jeep Wrangler, though, is not among them, because his self-sticking ineptitude wreaked havoc on his Jeep.
The Jeep Wrangler is the most off-road capable production vehicle on earth that normal humans can afford. What do you need to know before you buy a Jeep Wrangler? Don’t worry, we’ll tell you everything right here in the Ultimate Buyer’s Guide.
Jeep sure took their sweet time to realize they should sell OEM lift kits, but as of now you can finally buy 2" and 4" lifts at the same place you bought your new Wrangler, along with a pretty solid list of other off-road upgrades.
Almost nothing has been confirmed about the 2017 Jeep Wrangler, except that Americans will be buying 'em faster than a barbecue overdose can stop our red-white-and-blue-bleeding hearts. So here's a current-knowledge breakdown of the aerodynamic, aluminum, hybrid SUV that the next Wrangler might be.
Jeff Scherb is said to be something of a legend in the Jeep community. If the rest of his work's beautiful as this Land Rover-style "Safari Cab" roof for the JK Wrangler, I'd say his good reputation is well deserved.
It sure seems like four-door Jeep Wranglers have surpassed the "coupes" in popularity. To see out how that extra length and weight affects the rig on the trail, we fitted Nitto's new Exo Grappler and Terra Grappler G2 off-road tires, attacked the dirt, and came back intact.
Fiat-Chrysler Boss Sergio Marchionne has given the "strongest clues yet" that the next Jeep Wrangler, due to drop in 2017, will be a significant departure from the body-on-frame beast we know and love in some comments at the Paris Auto Show.