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2016 Jeep Wrangler Review

2016 Jeep Wrangler
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2016 Jeep Wrangler Trims and Prices

There are three trim levels for the 2016 Jeep Wrangler – the Sport, Sahara and Rubicon. On top of the three trim levels are six limited edition models – the 75th Anniversary Edition, Backcountry Edition, Black Bear, Rubicon Hard Rock Edition, Freedom Edition and Willys Wheeler Edition.

All models come with a 3.6-liter V6 24-valve VVT engine. Standard is a 6-speed manual transmission with a 5-speed automatic available and all models are only available in 4x4 layouts – either a Command-Trac Shift-on-the-fly part time 4WD or a 4:1 Rock-Trac Part-Time 4WD system. A full size spare tire is standard across all trims.

The entry model is the Sport (MSRP from $23,895)and comes with cloth low-back bucket seats, cargo tie town loops, heater with instrument panel ventilation (air conditioning is optional), manual door locks and windows, tire pressure monitor with a warning lamp, and 16-inch styled steel wheels with on / off-road tires.

The Sahara (MSRP from $30,295) adds a heavy duty suspension with gas shocks, 115-volt auxiliary power outlet, auto-dimming mirror with reading lamp, bright interior accents, leather-wrapped shift knob and steering wheel, power door locks and windows and air conditioning with optional upgrade to automatic temperature control.

The Rubicon (MSRP from $33,195) uses the 4.1 Rock-Trac Part-Time 4wd System has 4.1 front/rear axle ratios, with Next Generation Dana 44 Heavy Duty Front Axle and Tru-Lok Differential Front and Rear axles, performance suspension,  rock rails and sits on 17-inch polished mineral gray wheels,  air conditioning is standard but the door locks and windows are manual.

The 75th Anniversary Edition (MSRP from $34,675) comes in and exclusive color Sarge and features bronze accents on the front and rear bumpers, front grille and headlight rings. A power dome hood makes it stand out a little more as well as the 17-inch low gloss bronze paited aluminum wheels.

The Black Bear (MSRP from $28,790) features a hood decal map of the Black Bear Pass trail in Colorado, heavy gauge steel rock rocks,  black cloth sedoso seats, leather wrapped steering wheel, iron gray interior accents and sits on 17-inch, mid-gloss black painted wheels.  The Black Bear edition also includes the Connectivity Group which adds a tire pressure monitoring display, Uconnect Voice Command with Bluetooth and Electronic Vehicle Information Center. It also includes the Power Convenience Group which adds power heated mirrors, power door locks and windows, remote keyless entry and a security alarm.

The Willys Wheeler Edition (MSRP from $28,195) is a special edition inspired by the original Wills CJ-3A it has unique satin black Willys badging and Jeep Trail Rated kit, Command-Trac 4x4 system, 3.73 Trac-Lok rear differential, 17-inch high gloss black Rubicon wheels with BF Goodrich Mud-Terrain tires, Rubicon rock rails, and high gloss black bumpers and front grille. The Wills Wheeler also includes the Connectivity Group.

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The Freedom Edition (MSRP from $29,790) they have a special Oscar Mike badge which stands for “On the move” in the military phonetic alphabet, a premium Sunrider soft top, leather trimmed seats, iron gray interior accents, granite crystal painted 17-inch aluminum wheels, freedom edition decals on the exterior, mid-gloss granite crystal grille. The Freedom edition includes the Connectivity Group and Power Convenience Group – a portion of each sale will be donated to the United Service Organizations (USO).

The Backcountry Edition (MSRP from $34,695) is available in an exclusive color – Plum Crazy Pearl Coat. To further distinguish this edition from other Wranglers there are Backcountry hood decals that extend down the side of the Wrangler, as well as a rear quarter decal that completes the look. The seats are black McKinley leather trimmed with sport mesh inserts and the front seats are heated it also receives the Alpine Premium 9-Speaker with subwoofer sound system and includes the Connectivity Group.

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The Rubicon Hard Rock Edition (MSRP from $37,995) combines the best of both worlds – amazing off-road capabilities with the Rock-Trac 4x4 system, Tru-Lok mechanical locker, rock rails, skid plates and an adaptable front bumper that includes fog lamps and removable end caps. The interior is high end and luxurious featuring heated leather-trimmed seats, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and the Alpine 9-speaker audio system with all-weather subwoofer, and includes the Connectivity Group.

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2016 Jeep Wrangler MSRP Pricing From:
Wrangler Sport $23,895
Wrangler Sport S $26,895
Wrangler Willys Wheeler $28,195
Wrangler Black Bear $28,790
Wrangler Freedom Edition $29,790
Wrangler Sahara $29,995
Wrangler Rubicon $33,195
Wrangler 75th Anniversary Edition $34,675
Wrangler Backcountry Edition $34,695
Wrangler Rubicon Hard Rock Edition $37,995
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3.6-liter V-6

285 @ 6,400
6-speed manual
5-speed automatic
MPG: City/Hwy
17 / 21

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