News about coming releases, refreshes, and brand-new features always brings us excitement here at Landmark Dodge of Morrow, where our latest bit of thrilling news is about the 2024 Jeep Wrangler. The Autoblog team reported last week that the JL Wrangler Forums recently revealed that a few dedicated members had spotted a Stellantis video informing dealers about the update. It listed “greater capability, new technology, and advanced safety” as some of the potential changes moving forward.
There’s a new grille on the way that is rumored to bear resemblance to the Wrangler 20th Anniversary series, along with new wheel options. A few clicks exploring on the order bank also reveal nine possible colors for the Rubicon 392, with Punkin’ Metallic being the only one temporarily off the list. Since things are now just in the pre-order phase, they may change more with the official release and rollout. The 392 also gets some features of the Xtreme Recon package standard, enjoying the bump up to 4.56 gears and 35-inch tires.
There will also be a Heavy Duty Axle option, and the available Recovery Package with a trusty factory winch and a few other rescue additives to aid in any sticky situations. The regular Rubicon is also scheduled to get a new package offering high-end comfort additions such as leather seats, forward collision warning, and body-colored fenders, which for the 2023 year can be purchased separately. The Willys trim is on deck to improve daily capability, with higher ground clearance and a grippy tire and off-road wheel package.
For the Wrangler 4XE, the High Altitude trim with the Sky One-Touch power top is expected to shift over as top standard equipment. Mopar Insiders also claimed that there could be a new Sport 4XE entry-level trim, to be situated directly under the Willy’s 4XE. Another bonus would be the potential of the 4XE beefing up its generator potential, allowing owners to conveniently power their accessories from 110-volt outlets. Inside, the 2024 Wrangler is set to forego its analog gauges for an improved digital cluster and to offer a 10.1-inch Uconnect 5 infotainment touchscreen.
Jeep has done a fantastic job over the years of appealing to drivers that embrace the go-anywhere spirit, and they are always excited about updates to available technology. Boosts in this department for 2024 could include wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay along with upgraded features for the Off-Road Pages and Maps. The Wrangler exists as an excellent alternative to the many types of crossovers that have flooded the market over the past few years, with power provided by the 3.0-Liter EcoDiesel V6 and its hefty torque advantage.
The 470-horsepower V8 found in the Rubicon 392 should continue to be available, and the emergence of streamlined and modern times dictate the Wrangler as excitingly old-school. Going massively head-to-head with the Ford Bronco and Toyota 4Runner, the Wrangler is sure to enjoy its trusty and capable existence among the adventurers who yearn to constantly chisel out their own path. We’re excited to see you this spring here at Landmark, where this and many more capable vehicles are ready for awesome-weather test drives!