There’s a facelifted version of the Jeep Wrangler on the way in the next few months. It has a new take on the famous seven-slot grille, additional safety features, revised wheel designs and a more upmarket cabin with 12-way power adjustable front seats and a 12.3” touch-screen running the company’s latest Uconnect 5 infotainment system, and
the Dana rear axle on the Rubicon model gains strength by becoming fully-floating for the first time.

Worth waiting for? Quite possibly, yes, given that pricing remains unchanged – and since that means a Wrangler will cost from £60,785 OTR in Sahara form and £62,785 for the Rubicon, you’re going to want everything you can get to ease the pain. It remains hard to believe that the previous model to this one started in the teens.

Anyway, facelift incoming or not Jeep can sell every Wrangler they can get their hands on in the UK, as those prices
illustrate. So between now and when those first deliveries these shores, you’re going to get the chance to buy one of the soon-to become-old-shape examples at a discount of precisely zero.

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