The Four Different Types of Jeep Wrangler Models
Jeep Wranglers are more popular now than ever before: per CNBC, “Jeep sales overall set a new record, rising 45 percent to 98,382 vehicles” from 2017 to 2018. The high demand for Wranglers is no surprise given its many benefits; its unique, iconic look; and its various capabilities. Discover all the different types of Jeep Wrangler models and find out which one will work best for you.
A Jeep Wrangler Sport might be the best place to start if you’re looking to get a taste of the Wrangler experience. The Sport comes with a zipper-less Sunrider Soft Top and black steel wheels. It’s also the most affordable option out of the other Jeep Wrangler models. A four-door 2019 Wrangler Sport starts at around $31,500, while the Sport S costs about $35,000 and an Altitude starts at around $36,000.
A 2019 Rubicon comes outfitted with silver aluminum wheels and either two or four doors. It offers a wide variety of options when it comes to tops, from the Sky One-Touch Power Top to a Premium Black Sunrider Soft Top. An all-new four-door Rubicon starts at about $41,500.
The Sahara comes with polished wheels with gray spokes, although you also have the option for tech gray polished face wheels. The fully customizable Sahara come with multiple customizable options for both the interior and exterior. A new Sahara begins at around $38,000, while the Sahara Altitude has a starting price closer to $42,000.
The ultimate Jeep Wrangler with the highest price point, the Wrangler MOAB comes with black aluminum wheels, a steel bumper, a black or tan interior, low-gloss black accents, various roof options, and more. The MOAB can handle downtown streets and off-road terrain in style. The 2019 models start at $51,300.