The 2.0-liter turbocharged 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL’s fuel economy figures are in, and with numbers as high as 24 MPG combined, the world finally has a Wrangler with fuel economy that’s actually borderline “livable.”
A prototype Jeep pickup truck passed through the city of Morgantown, West Virginia today. Why do I know this? Because the people of Morgantown, West Virginia emailed over the thrilling news.
When Jeep first debuted the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler last November, the brand showed off a sexy red two-door Rubicon with strange half-doors that had holes in them. If you actually liked those, I have some bad news: those doors aren’t happening.
The 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL has only been on the market for a few months, and yet the price is already increasing by a whopping $750. That’s on top of the fact that the new Wrangler already costs about $3,000 more than the outgoing JK.
One of the worst things that can happen is getting your car jacked. This is not something we ever want happening to us, but unfortunately, it does happen. Let’s help this owner recover her stolen Jeep!
With the new Mercedes G-Class ditching the solid front axle it’s had since the late 1970s, the Jeep Wrangler is the only remaining high-volume SUV in the U.S. with a solid front axle. And while Mercedes claims the new Geländewagen was built to be great off-road, this is kind of a shame. Here’s why.
The new Jeep Wrangler JL is better than the already-excellent outgoing model in many ways. So it’s not surprising that I’m drooling all over my keyboard right now as I configure a JL while simultaneously devising a diabolical get-rich-quick scheme.
Driving around topless with no doors and the windshield folded down is a pastime that connects Jeep Wrangler owners with those who putted around in the very first civilian Jeeps, CJ-2As, back in the 1940s. And now, with the 2018 Jeep Wrangler, undressing the newest descendent of that CJ is easier than it has been in…
The time has finally come; I’m near Tucson, Arizona, preparing to drive the next generation Jeep Wrangler both on and off-road. So now’s the time to tell me what you want to learn about the newest version of the “truest” Jeep in the brand’s lineup.
For the past few years, I’ve held a dark secret: while my colleagues at Jalopnik scrambled to learn every detail they could get about the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler, I already knew most everything. I just couldn’t say anything to them.
Bringing the 2018 Jeep Wrangler to life was a massive project that took hundreds of people years to do. We caught up with a few of them including Jeep Design Director Mark Allen, to hear about how the new Jeep known as the “JL” came together and climb around a few to dig into details.
At the official unveiling of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler today Jeep CEO Michael Manley confirmed that the 2020 model, presumably in the new-for-2018 “JL” bodystyle, would be available as a hybrid electric vehicle.
After years of teasers and trailers, the 2018 Jeep Wrangler known as the “JL” is finally officially being revealed and detailed at the Los Angeles Auto Show. Here’s a quick run through some of the new Jeep’s key specs and details.
If you were worried that Jeep was just going to re-badge a Ram or worse, a European Fiat, you don’t have anything to worry about! The latest reports from sources with DIRECT knowledge claim the new Scrambler can be optioned with a removable soft top, like a real Jeep.
Combining the versatile body of a Jeep Wrangler with the beefy, Cummins-powered chassis of a Ram 2500 sounds like a brilliant idea. Maybe. But someone in New Jersey did just that, and the result is one of the strangest looking Jeeps I’ve ever seen.
Every so often, we see an advertisement for a car burned so crispy that we have to wonder what happened. Today’s object of musing was this 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon.
Jeep is slowly ramping up the teasers for the unveiling of the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL in Los Angeles on Nov. 29., Last week we saw the first official exterior pics, and today Jeep just posted the first official up-close interior shots. It’s a lot nicer in there now, but still rugged as you expect.