2023 Jeep Wrangler
Most people see the Jeep Wrangler in their mind’s eye when they think of how a Jeep should look. Since the first Wrangler made its appearance in 1987, the SUV has become the most recognizable and iconic SUV ever manufactured. Awarded as the 2022 Four-wheeler SUV of the year, the Wrangler has evolved even further in 2023. Buyers will be spoilt for choice in trims and engine configurations, including having access to more packages than ever to personalize their new 2023 Wranglers.
The 2023 Jeep Wrangler will leave the showroom floor 100% ready for off-roading fun and exploring with a fully removable top and doors. Environmentally conscious drivers will be delighted with the new PHEV addition to the Wrangler line-up. Read our up-to-date review below and decide how you’re going to personalize your Wrangler in 2023!
Trims and PricesEstablished on unofficial updates, we expect similar trims (based on the 2022 model) to make an appearance in 2023. The 2023 Wrangler will be available in a two and four-door configuration with a four-wheel-drive system as an optional upgrade. However, it must be mentioned that most Wranglers will have an optional part-time four-wheel drivetrain.
The two-door version will be available in the Rubicon and Sport with sub-trims, including the Altitude, Sport S, and Willys Sport. The four-door (Ultimate range) will be available in the 4xe PHEV Sahara, 4xe PHEV Sahara, and Sahara. The top-of-the-range Rubicon 392 will also be in the line-up. You can contact the Varsity Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram dealership for more information on exact pricing, with an approximate starting price of around $39,000.
Engines Specifications and PerformanceDepending on your selected trim, you’ll have a choice of five engine configurations in 2023. So, it should be noted that buyers in the market for a 2023 PHEV Jeep Wrangler will be able to purchase the PHEV engine in the Ultimate Sahara and Rubicon trims only. The PHEV engine is pretty powerful, kicking out 470 pound-feet of torque and 375 horsepower.
There’ll also be a V6 3.6L six-speed manual or eight-speed automatic available. This Pentastar engine has a maximum power output of 260 pound-feet of torque and 285 horsepower. The Rubicon 392 will have a V8 6.4L automatic engine with a maximum power capacity of 470 pound-feet of torque and 470 horsepower.
Lastly, two turbocharged engines will be available: the 2.0L four-cylinder (295 pound-feet of torque and 270 horsepower) and 3.0L V6 diesel (442 pound-feet of torque and 260 horsepower) engines.