First reviews on the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL are in, and the latest version of the iconic off-roader is a big improvement over the previous Wrangler JK. What’s next? The JL goes on sale in the first quarter of 2018, according to Jeep. Earlier this week (according to a report on JL Wrangler Forums) Jeep published and then promptly took down the JL online configurator with all of the options and pricing. If you follow the link to the forums, you will see a “leftover” link there which still allows one to see the prices and configure your very own JL (at the time of this writing).
What’s the damage, according to this initial Jeep.com link? As previously stated, a base Wrangler Sport two-door starts at $26,995 before destination and comes out to $28,190 with delivery charges included. How expensive can the JL get? Choose the Rubicon Unlimited (four-door) with a 3.6L V6 ($41,690), add an 8-speed automatic ($2,000), and start piling on all the options.
The end result comes out to $57,280, according to the configurator.
Note: this does NOT include an optional 2.0L turbo eTorque 48-volt hybrid powertrain or the One Touch Power top. These options are not yet available in the configurator due to their later release.
Please join us today (December 21st, 2017) at 2pm MST for a LIVE Jeep Wrangler JL show&tell show. We have a Wrangler Sahara in our studio, and we will be taking live requests and questions.