Jeep Wrangler MPG
The Jeep Wrangler is an off-roading warrior. If you’re a driver in Somerset, New Bedford, or Fall River who’s thirsting for adventure, it may be the new SUV you need to really get off the grid. The question is: does it have what it takes to keep the fun going?
Our team at Stateline CJDR is here to answer that question with this guide to the Jeep Wrangler MPG. We’ll also talk about what you can do with this all-terrain trekker.
Power and Fuel Economy
The Jeep Wrangler has two different engines for you to choose from. First, there’s the standard 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine, which produces up to 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. When coupled with the standard 6-speed manual transmission it gets an EPA-estimated 17 city/25 highway MPG.
If you want improved efficiency, you can opt for the 2.0L Direct-Injection Turbo engine, which features the eTorque Mild Hybrid System. It turns out 270 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque. Plus, when it’s paired up with the available 8-speed automatic transmission, the Jeep Wrangler boasts an EPA-estimated 23 city/25 highway MPG.
Going hand-in-hand with this great fuel economy is the large fuel tank of the Wrangler. It’s 21.5 gallons, so you know you’ll be able to go the distance!
Taking It Off the Map
You know how far the Jeep Wrangler MPG can take you. Now it’s time to explore where it can take you, and with three available 4WD systems, that’s pretty much anywhere. The standard Command-Trac® 4×4 System has shift-on-the-fly technology. It gives you efficiency when 4-wheel power isn’t required and capability the moment it is.
The available Rock-Trac® 4×4 System is coupled with Tru-Lok® electronic locking front and rear differentials and offers greater command and more grip for an amped-up off-road performance. Then there’s the more convenient Selec-Trac® 4×4 System. It has a full-time mode that will automatically switch from 2WD to 4WD as the road conditions require.
No matter how rough the trail gets, the Jeep Wrangler has plenty of protection. Fortified skid plates that protect the fuel tank and transfer case come standard. On top of that, features like rock rails and steel bumpers can offer additional protection when crawling over rough terrain.
When you’re ready to fuel up and take the Jeep Wrangler MPG onto the trails, you’ll be able to bring a lot with you. With the 60/40-split rear seats folded flat, there’s a grand total of 72.4 cubic feet of cargo space.
Whether you’re filling up that space with camping equipment, climbing gear, or skis and a snowboard, you’ll be able to keep it secure in the back. The available Trail Rail™ System includes two aluminum rails in the floor and a rail mounted to the tailgate.
If you’d like to bring some of your friends along, there’s seating for five. To keep everyone comfortable there’s the available Dual-Zone Automatic Temperature Control and leather-trimmed seats. On top of that, the Alpine® 9-Speaker Premium Audio System will keep everyone entertained.
Gas Up and Go!
The Jeep Wrangler has the MPG rating you need to go on an exciting adventure in Somerset, New Bedford, Fall River, and beyond. Come check out this capable SUV here at Stateline CJDR and see how far you can go.
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