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About Jeep Wrangler

The Jeep Wrangler is a mid-size compact SUV with AWD. The Wrangler is a direct descendant of the World War II Jeep. The Jeep CJ and the Wrangler concept have a single axle and an open roof. Its name derives from the model, which is as important to the brand as the rear-wheel-drive Porsche 911. The convertible with a removable hard or soft top is standard. In 2005 both automatic and 6-speed manual transmissions were available. Starting in 2007, the long Wrangler became a four-door model, offering more space. By mid-2017, three-quarters of new Wranglers on the market were four-door models.
The Wrangler was launched as a new model in 1986. At that time, production of the CJ line was discontinued. It was redesigned in 1996 and completely redesigned in 2006. In addition to the Wrangler name, each model was given a generic name. All early models had a flat grille that was flush with the front fender. The grille is rounded at the top on the latest Wrangler and drops straight down from the center. It shortens the canopy and lengthens the wings. In later models, this angle to the grille has been further reduced. AIL assembled the cars themselves. The exception was that some engines were outsourced. There were also long and short wheelbase versions for the civilian trade. There was a production line in Egypt to manufacture jeeps used by the Egyptian armed forces. However, when the factory closed in 1995, it was taken over by AIL Storm Production.

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The round headlamps of classic models also appear on the second-generation Wrangler. Towards the end of the TJ's life cycle, the unlimited long-wheelbase model was introduced in 2004. In addition, Israel Automotive Industries has been producing the first five-door version of the Jeep Wrangler. It was under license from Chrysler for the Israel Defense Forces since 2006. In addition to the traditional two-door model, a four-door "Unlimited" model was introduced. Thanks to a wheelbase of more than 20 inches, it offered much more space. These sold well. By mid-2017, four-door models accounted for three-quarters of the new Wranglers on the market. The updated Wrangler was introduced in late 2017. Other transmissions and the V6 Pentastar are available for the JL model. The lineup included an upgraded 8-speed automatic transmission. Engine offerings for the 2018 model include a 2.0L turbocharged motor and a 3.6L Pentastar V6 gasoline motor.
For the 2021 model year, Jeep has unveiled a plug-in hybrid version of the Wrangler. The Wrangler 4xe entered production in early 2021. It had a range of around 65 kilometers in pure electric mode. The Jeep Wrangler won the 2009 "Best Sales Value" award in the sport utility vehicle category. The 2007 Jeep Wrangler set a Guinness World Record for the highest altitude reached by an AWD car. Using Jeep Wrangler, Matthias Jeschke and his extreme events team climbed Ojos del Salado in Chile, the world's highest volcano. In the 2008 issue of Forbes Cars magazine. The AWD Jeep Wrangler convertible ranks fourth among the top ten vehicles with the highest resale value.