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Have you decided to purchase the Jeep Wrangler you’ve always wanted, but aren’t exactly sure what the difference is between the new Jeep Wrangler for sale now and Wrangler Unlimited? Our team of Jeep experts is here to answer that question. Read on for information about the two models, visit our new vehicle inventory to browse the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited models for sale now at our dealership in Indianapolis, or compare the Wrangler to the Toyota 4Runner.
The only significant deviation between the Jeep Wrangler and the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is their size. However, this can make a huge difference, depending on how you plan to use your Jeep. If you have a family, the extra passenger and cargo capability of the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited make it a much better choice.
|Cargo Space – Seats Upright||12.8 cu. ft.||31.5 cu. ft.|
|Cargo Space – Seats Folded||56.5 cu. ft.||70.6 cu. ft.|
|Fuel Tank||18.6 gal.||22.5 gal.|
|Tow Rating||2,000 lbs.||3,500 lbs.|
The Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited come in four trim levels: Sport, Sport S, Sahara, and Rubicon, although there are several limited editions this year, all with their own unique appearance—though almost all configurations look good in black.
Starting MSRP* $23,995
Starting MSRP* $27,895
Even in its base trim, the Wrangler is a very capable off-road model. It comes with plenty of the standard entertainment features you want to get through your commute.
Starting MSRP* $26,995
Starting MSRP* $31,095
The Sport S has more available features than the Sport, including the Cold Weather package and Power Convenience package.
Starting MSRP* $30,445
Starting MSRP* $34,245
This model includes more standard features than the Sport S, including the Power Convenience package.
Starting MSRP* $33,645
Starting MSRP* $37,445
The Rubicon was named the “4×4 Vehicle of the Decade” by Four Wheeler Magazine, thanks to an incredible assortment of off-roading equipment including front and rear locking differentials, an electronically disconnecting front sway bar, and a heavy duty Dana 44 front axle, to name just a few.
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