Jeep Wrangler 2023 (Restyling) Updated SUV. Prices and options

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Corey Brooks

Corey has been off-roading all his life, starting from a very young age on ATV’s and dirt bikes. As he’s grown older, his interests have focused more on larger off-roading vehicles like Jeeps and Toyotas. He lives for the slow and calculated crawl up (or down) steep terrain.

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Options and prices

As noted above, the Jeep Wrangler 2023 is available at Russian dealerships in three trim levels at prices ranging from 4.92 to 6.26 million rubles. It is worth noting that the cost can also be affected by the body type – three or five doors.


The starting configuration of the American SUV is called Sport. In any case, this variation of the machine has the following options:

  • halogen headlights;
  • fog lights;
  • additional brake lights;
  • light sensors;
  • heating and servo drive of exterior mirrors;
  • heated rear window;
  • hard folding top;
  • adjustable, multifunctional leather-wrapped steering wheel;
  • outside temperature sensor;
  • fabric upholstery;
  • armrests;
  • lumbar support;
  • rugs;
  • heated front seats;
  • CZ;
  • keyless entry;
  • heated steering wheel;
  • power connector;
  • set of airbags;
  • a large set of electronic assistants;
  • climate control for one zone;
  • radio;
  • acoustics with eight speakers;
  • 5-inch touch monitor;
  • camera at the stern;
  • compass;
  • boxes in the trunk;
  • factory anti-theft system;
  • spare wheel.

Depending on the body type, this specification is offered at a price from 4.92 to 5.24 million rubles.


In the second configuration of this American car, the following set of additional options is offered:

  • LED headlights;
  • steering wheel audio controls;
  • touch monitor increased to 7 inches;
  • smoker package;
  • climate control for two zones;
  • acoustics with USB/AUX and one additional speaker;
  • remote engine start.

This variation of the car is offered at prices from 5.41 to 5.77 million rubles.


This configuration includes options such as a sliding roof panel, a rear wiper, leather upholstery, power front seats, a CD player and several additional driver assistance systems. All this can be purchased in domestic stores at prices ranging from 5.89 to 6.26 million rubles.

Drive unit Four-wheel drive
Number of gears (automatic transmission) 8
Front suspension Dependent spring
Rear suspension Dependent spring
Front brakes Ventilated disc
Rear brakes Disk
Steering type
Power steering Electric power steering

How big is a Wrangler?

The Wrangler’s interior space is quite decent, especially if you opt for the four-door version. Rear legroom in the two-door is only 35.7 inches, while in the four-door it’s a much more useful and comfortable 38.3 inches. Getting in and out of the rear seats of a two-door car is a major nuisance – raising the suspension (as owners often do) makes the situation even worse. Once you’re in the back seat, things are comfortable enough for short trips. However, on long trips, the upright seating position can become problematic. Tall drivers may also find that the front seat doesn’t move back far enough, and some might argue that a car that costs more than $40,000 doesn’t have a power driver’s seat.

The luggage compartment volume of the two-door car is only 12.9 cubic meters. ft. with seats up and 46.9 cu. feet when folded. The larger four-door model has 31.7 cu. ft. of space with the seats up and 72.4 cu. ft. when folded, comparable to many midsize two-row crossovers. As we found in our Wrangler luggage test, the boxy design enhances versatility, but it also has an unusual shape that takes up space from the door latches and roof pillars.

Ease of loading depends on the choice of roof (soft top or hard top). The hard top opens the swing door and glass area easily, while the soft top makes loading some items a pain as you have to remove part of the soft top to access the entire loading area. In addition, fine dust and sand can penetrate through the soft top seals.

What are the Wrangler’s fuel economy and performance specs?

Relax friends, this will take some time.

The standard engine is a 3.6-liter V6 rated at 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard, and an eight-speed automatic is optional. An automatic stop/start system is also included, as on all powertrains except the 392. Fuel economy for the four-door Wrangler with the automatic transmission (the best-selling vehicle) is 19 mpg city, 24 mpg highway and 21 mpg combined. Differences in body style and powertrain have a minor impact.

For $1,500, this engine can be equipped with the eTorque mild-hybrid system. This adds extra power when accelerating from a stop, but more importantly, it increases the capability and smoothness of the automatic engine stop/start system. The result is increased refinement and improved fuel efficiency.

A 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four paired with eTorque is a no-cost option. It produces 270 hp. and 295 lb-ft of torque. An eight-speed automatic transmission is standard. Fuel economy improves to 21/24/22 for the four-door version, which isn’t all that great, of course. This engine also requires premium fuel. Think of it as a productivity boost.

The 3.0-liter turbodiesel V6 was once one of the Wrangler’s most compelling engines, but it’s fallen a bit by the wayside, although it’s unique to the segment and certainly has benefits for those who worship at the altar of torque. It produces 260 hp. and 442 lb-ft of torque. It also only comes with an automatic transmission. Fuel economy improves to a more noticeable 22/29/25. If you drive on the highway frequently, this is the model you should buy.

The Wrangler 4xe is Jeep’s first electrified production SUV. This plug-in hybrid achieves 49 MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent). It combines a 2.0-liter turbo engine with an electric motor and battery to produce 375 hp. and 470 lb-ft of torque. Those driving short distances can take advantage of the 21-mile electric range if they have a place to plug in. Once the battery is depleted, Jeep expects 20 mph in combined mode.

On the other end of the spectrum is the Wrangler Rubicon 392. This is the long-awaited V8 Wrangler, namely a 6.4-liter V8 that produces 470 hp. and 470 lb-ft of torque. Jeep estimates a 0-60 mph acceleration time of 4.5 seconds, which is 40 percent faster than the V6-powered Rubicon. An advanced eight-speed automatic transmission is paired with Selec-Trac all-wheel drive. It’s rated at 13 mph city, 17 mph highway and 14 mph combined.

Every Wrangler has all-wheel drive, but the standard system (except 392 and 4xe) is driver-controlled via a floor-mounted transfer case. Available Selec-Trac and Rock-Trac four-wheel drive systems automatically shift into 4-Hi mode when traction demands it. In this way, it resembles an all-wheel drive system, but still maintains low range.

Off-road performance

The car has excellent ground clearance, which allows you to conquer even the most difficult roads with minimal difficulty. The Jeep’s approach and departure angles are also impressive, allowing it to tackle obstacles and steep inclines with ease. The Wrangler’s all-wheel drive system is designed to handle rocky overhangs and deep mud. The car’s suspension system is also impressive, providing a smooth ride even on the roughest terrain. In addition, the SUV is equipped with a number of technologies, including a locking rear differential, electronic anti-roll bar disconnect and hill descent control. Together, these features ensure that the car can easily cope with any off-road situation.