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2018 – 2019 Jeep Wrangler Changes

July 25, 2016

2018 – 2019 Jeep Wrangler Redesign

There will be few engine options for crossover since there are various demands from buyers from different parts of the world. We are sure that V6 drivetrain is going to take position under the hood of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler release. It is certain that North-American vehicles will use diesel as its fuel. This improves low-end torque and off-road skills. A year or two after the launch of the 2018 Wrangler, hybrid version could come out with improved fuel economy. European models will get only diesel model, but displacement wasn’t unveiled yet. New Wrangler is going to be more aerodynamic with slant larger than before. Vehicle is going to use 8-speed auto transmission, while 6-speed manual is optional. Some options for other models are Chrysler’s second-generation eight-speed gearbox and ZF 8HP75.

Changes on the interior: the 2018 Jeep Wrangler will get an all new interior which will not feature the boxy and unappealing look of the older model. Instead, Jeep will design an all new interior from scratch which will make the passenger’s lives easier as well as more entertaining. As standard it will come with five seats, all of them being covered in a dirt resistant material. The dashboard on the other hand will get a soft-touch plastic as well as bigger buttons than usual in order to allow the driver to operate the car while wearing gloves.

New Jeep Wrangler Prototypes wearing the final sheet metal are still more than a year away but the mule, which is hidden beneath the current model’s shell, provides some clues about the newly-packaged dimensions of the new Wrangler in its two-door configuration. Modifications in front of the windshield leading down to the side skirts suggest extensions to the wheelbase and hood. The extended wheelbase in particular should make the vehicle easier to handle in addition to being roomier.

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