2021 Jeep Wrangler
For a vehicle that can virtually go anywhere and do anything—from daily commuting to conquering the most treacherous of trails—no vehicle does it better than the Jeep Wrangler, which enters the 2021 model year as a fourth-gen model. The 2021 Jeep Wrangler is available in twelve trim levels, which are the following:
• Sport S
• Willys Sport
• High Altitude
• 80th Anniversary
• Sport Altitude
• Sahara Altitude
The 2021 Jeep Wrangler comes in two-door and four-door body styles, each with a removable soft top to allow you to enjoy complete outdoor freedom. (A hardtop is optional.) If you often carry large outdoor gear, have rear-seat passengers, or want towing capacity maximized at 3,500 lbs., then the four-door is the ideal choice. Otherwise, the two-door, which has a max tow rating of 2,000 lbs., works fine. In addition, the Wrangler is now available as a plug-in-hybrid, if you favor less reliance on fuel. Called the 4xe, this Wrangler variant is the first of its kind, with a 375-horsepower hybrid powertrain—consisting of a turbocharged four-cylinder engine, two electric motors, and an eight-speed automatic transmission—that delivers an estimated 50 MPGe rating and total driving range of 400 miles while boosting acceleration ability. The turbocharged engine is otherwise an optional workhorse on the gasoline-powered models, with a total output of 270 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. Typically, though, the Wrangler uses the popular 3.6-liter Pentastar V6, which produces 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque and is tied to a six-speed manual transmission. A 3.0-liter V6 diesel engine with 260 horsepower and 442 lb-ft of torque is available for maximizing fuel economy. For increased gear shifting convenience, go with the eight-speed automatic gearbox, which is standard with the turbo-four and diesel engines.
The Jeep Wrangler has always been primed for the outdoors, and the 2021 Wrangler is no exception. Standard four-wheel drive with a two-speed transfer case ensures that the tires stay planted on the driving surface, whether it’s compromised by snow or ice or is made rugged by rocks and bumps. Plus, skid plates protect the undercarriage from potential harm when you enter unpaved territory. For off-road optimization, however, go with the Rubicon. With its unique rock rails, locking front and rear differentials, an upgraded four-wheel-drive system and transfer case, and a sway bar, it is the best off-roader in the Wrangler lineup. Although the 2021 Wrangler is a vehicle with two rows of cloth-trimmed seats, maximum occupancy varies by body style. The two-door can accommodate up to four people while the larger four-door can seat up to five. For infotainment, expect a 5-inch touchscreen interface connecting eight speakers, an AM/FM radio tuner, Bluetooth for hands-free phone calling and audio streaming, and a USB port for playing media from and charging a mobile device. A push button is located next to the steering wheel for starting the engine without the need for an ignition key. A rearview camera functions as the Wrangler’s driver safety aid by producing a video image to assist in being aware of what and who is behind you while reversing. Six airbags—two frontal impact, two side impact, and two side curtain airbags—provide crash protection.
Upper-level enhancements and additions on the 2021 Wrangler include the following:
• Keyless entry
• Dual-zone automatic climate control
• Remote start
• Seven- or 8.4-inch touchscreen
• Nine-speaker Alpine audio system
• SiriusXM Radio trial subscription
• HD Radio
• Apple CarPlay and Android Auto for smartphone integration
• Wi-Fi hotspot
Besides the aforementioned 4xe and Rubicon, there are a few other variants worth singling out for your consideration. For a commemorative touch, there’s the 80th Anniversary model, which comes with distinctive interior and exterior badging, black Berber floor mats, and a standard 8.4-inch touchscreen. And there’s also the Rubicon 392, which is the most powerful, quickest, and most off-road-primed Wrangler ever with its electronic sway bar disconnect for massive articulation, FOX aluminum-bodied two-inch-diameter shocks, and a monster of a 6.4L HEMI V8 engine that puts out 470 horsepower and 470 lb-ft of torque.
For a test drive of this 2021 Jeep vehicle, call us at Greenway Dodge today to set up an appointment with one of our Orlando Florida or Orlando Jeep specialists. Based in Orlando Florida, Greenway Dodge has always been the go-to place for residents of the area when looking for an Orlando Jeep. Come get the 2021 Jeep of your dreams at Greenway Dodge today.