One of the most capable off-roaders on the lot here at Landmark Dodge of Morrow is the 2023 Jeep Wrangler, and many customers seem a bit daunted when attempting to choose from the 12 available trim levels offered. From the entry-level Sport model to the very high-powered V8 392, and the Edmunds.com team provided an awesome blog over the past week that breaks down the offerings of each one. No matter which variant you pick, you’ll be confidently embarking into the wild with a capable and well-equipped sidekick.
The Wrangler Rubicon is the level at which you can confidently take on the challenges of the trail with world-class prowess. 17-inch wheels with all-terrain tires and a 4:1 low-range gearing will make the journey over ruts and through ravines feasible, and the front stabilizer bar conveniently connects and disconnects electronically.
Aftermarket options for the Rubicon take up so much catalog space that browsing for the perfect addition could take hours, and we've already done some of the hard work for you! The well-appointed LED lighting package adds an excellent touch to the headlights, and the Safety Group provides a blind-spot warning system and useful parking sensors.
The Willys Trim is a fantastic way to achieve the Wrangler experience and get rid of a few items like the extra doors. Willys Sport Model offers up a few unique cosmetic upgrades, blacked-out grill, in a different front bumper that spice things up in the appearance department. You can pair the 8-speed automatic with the 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder, which conveniently boasts nearly as much power as the Pentastar V6.
The Wrangler 392 is where you step into the accessible and always-ferocious power allocation of the V8, and incredibly sporty drive quality. The moment you push the engine button and feel the 6.4-liter Hemi V8 roar, you’ll be coming to the table (or table Mesa!) with 470 horsepower and the might to solidly conquer the approaching canyon. This is a time-tested and durable trim that has conquered the massive demands of Johnson Valley as well as the Rubicon Trail, always coming in ruthlessly first when facing some of the most challenging terrains on the planet.
The Sport 4x4 boasts some pretty amazing and trail-worthy features for an excellent starting point to familiarize yourself with the capable beast that is the Wrangler. It offers up Uconnect 4 with a 5-inch display, Hinge-Gate Reinforcement by Mopar, a 6-speed manual transmission, and the aggressive powertrain personality from the 3.6-liter V6 VVT engine with Start-Stop technology. Here is living proof that humble beginnings with an iconic brand such as Jeep still provide equipment that withstands intense tests at a great price.
The Wrangler Sahara gives any driver who is a bit tired of the winter a desert oasis of sorts to daydream of while providing standard and optional features that are aligned with the true spirit of the go-anywhere brand. You’ll be taking on terrain challenges confidently with 255/7-R18 All-Season Tires, and the instantly lovable 3.6-liter V6 engine.
There are also options such as available removable rear quarter windows, and the Sky One-Touch Power-Top. You can easily maintain excellent momentum through tougher elements courtesy of the Front Fog/driving lights, and every single user review on Cars.com ranked the Wrangler as a solid 5/5 on comfort, interior design, performance, and value.