• Is the Interior of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Too Nice to Get Dirty? [Spy Shots]


    Jeep Wrangler
    Exposed! The dash of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL. 

    Images of the interior to the 2018 version of Jeep’s off-roading icon were passed along to TFLcar by our good friends at JLWranglerForums.com. And being the hardcore Jeep lovers they are, they super-sized the image and broke down the what-is-the-what of the Jeep’s buttons, dials, and controls. And for good measure, they shared a photo of the current interior in the JK version of the Wrangler.

    From the looks of it, FCA put some serious thought into the design and layout of the new dash and center stack and ended up with a slick and well-integrated product that includes FCA’s latest Uconnect touchscreen. Whether this new look adds to, or detracts from, the Jeep’s ruggedness is up for debate. Leave us your opinion in the Comments section below, or vote here:

    CENTER STACK DETAIL

    The new 2018 Jeep Wrangler’s center stack.

    SHIFT LEVERS

    2018 Jeep Wrangler shift lever and, count ’em! 4 AUX ports. 

    2012 WRANGLER JK COMPARISON

    Jeep Wrangler JK
    The all-new center stack on the 2018 Wrangler JL looks much better than the previous one in the Wrangler JK shown here. 

    Grant Davis
    Grant Davis
    Grant Davis is the Managing Editor for TFLcar. Since 2006, he's found himself in the driver's seat of a more than 200 cars, trucks, SUVs, motorcycles, and the occasional watercraft as a longtime writer for Outside Magazine/Outside online and other adventure-oriented media. He's based in Denver and has a love/hate relationship with his 11-year-old minivan.
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    5 thoughts on “Is the Interior of the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Too Nice to Get Dirty? [Spy Shots]

    1. Are those auxiliary ports or auxiliary switches? I think they’re auxiliary “upfitter” switches like many manufactures (at least Ford and GM offer) offer in pickups.

    2. I usually love new iterations of new cars but the Wrangler in particular is loosing touch with its roots. I’d hoped they would split the lineage…Off-Road Renegade with premium features inside, and Wrangler-basic, capable and ready to take the top off and get a little dirty.

    3. Ryan Wilson with the average price of a Jeep Wrangler now well above 40 grand your now getting more for your money how is that a problem I’m not disagreeing with you but years back you didn’t get much but they didn’t cost much either now with jeep in hummer h3 and fj type of price range give me more lol also now that theirs no hummer h3 or fj to force jeep to make better products jeeps been kinda lazy

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