2014 Jeep Wrangler

Up to 17 MPG city / 21 MPG hwy
$22,395 - $31,195

2014 Jeep Wrangler

2014 Jeep Wrangler

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The Jeep Wrangler is one of the most iconic vehicles in the world. The 21st-century descendant of the original Jeep comes in the customary two-door guise and in four-door Unlimited form. Trim levels for both include Sport, Sport S, Sahara, and Rubicon. The differing levels alter the front and rear axle selections, axle ratios, and the two-speed transfer case. The trail-conquering Rubicon models come with electronic axle lockers, tall 32-inch tires, and an electronic disconnect for the front anti-roll bar to allow maximum wheel articulation. Buyers can choose soft or hard tops for the Wrangler. Full undercarriage skid plates protect vital components. As the Wrangler grows older, its cabin has also gotten nicer, as demonstrated by a nicely appointed interior (heated seats and leather are options) unmatched by the CJ, YJ, and TJ models of yore. Optional connectivity packages for touch-screen displays, navigation, Bluetooth, and upgraded sound systems show the importance of appealing to as wide a buying audience as possible. Chrysler Group's 285-horsepower 3.6-liter V-6 finds a home underneath the flat hood and will likely stay there for a long while. A five-speed automatic transmission can shift the gears, but the true Jeep lineage can be felt through the six-speed manual. See more... See Less

3 Available Trims
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  • 285

    HP

    17city

    21hwy

    $

    22,395

    MSRP

  • 285

    HP

    17city

    21hwy

    $

    28,195

    MSRP

  • 285

    HP

    17city

    21hwy

    $

    31,195

    MSRP

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Reviews and Ratings
Overall
Pros Cons
Engine - top rated for last 2 years Poor gas mileage but is expected
New model jeep has better gas mileage Wind noise which i am aware of from previous wrangler
Ride quality, especially over bumpy roads is significantly improved in 2012 Head lights are terrible. i had to spend $450 on leds to feel safe
Tranny - like the downshift ability Standard windshield wipers - always leave black flim on windshield
Simple - not many things to break Uncomfortable back seat - will not recline
Great handling & off road capability Status - looks like a teen's vehicle
Off road driving - outstanding in all aspects Engine choice - wish there was diesel or hemi
Great amount of useful features, especially in a jeep Wheels and rims on sport model are wimpy.
Paint & clearcoat quality are awesome Hard to close door
Awd capability. best in the market Comfortness & functionality of front seats.