Jeep Wrangler VIN Lookup
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In 2018, Jeep introduced the JL model, a major update that improved the off-roading icon while maintaining its heritage. Available in two-door and extended-length four-door configurations, the JL offered stronger acceleration with its V6 engine and smoother shifting with the eight-speed automatic transmission. A 2.0-liter turbo engine and a diesel engine were added, enhancing performance and efficiency. The 2021 model year saw the introduction of the Wrangler 4xe plug-in hybrid, offering a blend of traditional Jeep capabilities and modern electric power. The latest iteration of the Wrangler, set for 2024, remains true to its roots with body-on-frame construction and solid axles. It's available in both two- and four-door configurations, with a range of engine options including a standard 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder and a more robust V6. The 2024 model also introduces a large 12.3-inch touchscreen display with the latest UConnect infotainment system. Additionally, Jeep plans to launch an EV inspired by the Wrangler, called the Recon, further expanding the Wrangler's reach into modern electrification.
The 2007 redesign introduced the Wrangler JK, bringing significant changes including the introduction of a four-door Unlimited variant. This model was nearly 21 inches longer than the traditional two-door Wrangler, offering more interior space and comfort. Despite improvements in ride and handling, the vehicle retained its core off-road capabilities and rugged charm. Throughout this generation, the Wrangler JK continued to be a favorite among off-road enthusiasts for its durability and versatility.
Revamped in 1997, this generation, known as the TJ, marked a notable shift from its predecessors. Jeep maintained the traditional squared-off styling but reintroduced classic CJ-style round headlights. The most significant change came with the switch from leaf springs to a coil-spring suspension, akin to the one used in the Jeep Grand Cherokee. This generation saw the debut of the Wrangler Rubicon in 2003 and the long-wheelbase Wrangler Unlimited in 2004, expanding the Wrangler's versatility and appeal.