Jeep Wrangler remains the undisputed king of mud, swamp, and sand. Light, compact, rugged, equipped with lots of suspension travel and ground clearance, one of these will take you just about anywhere. Spiritual successor to Jeeps that date back to World War II, the Wrangler is an icon, the most recognizable vehicle in the world. The current model debuted in 1997 and is by our count at least five generations removed from the World War II original. Better off road than any Jeep in the past, it's also much easier to live with than ever before. Though no Cadillac, the Wrangler is quieter, roomier and more comfortable than any of its predecessors. On the road, it rides better and handles better than ever. And it's affordable: Wrangler starts at just $15,230 for the basic four-cylinder model, not a bad deal for the world's most capable icon. For 2002, Jeep has expanded the Wrangler model line, making the six-cylinder engine available for considerably less than last year. The new Wrangler X comes with the 4.0-liter inline-6, wider tires, full carpeting, cloth upholstery, and other creature comforts for just $18,410; though options may drive you over that figure, a properly outfitted Wrangler X can save you $1000 over last year's prices. Wranglers get better, and quieter, every year. Increased air flow improves the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system, which is quieter than last year. Improved sound is available from a new premium audio system. Last year, the soft top was designed for better sound isolation and durability.
Jeep is continuing to offer an Employee Pricing deal on nearly every model except the Wrangler and Gladiator. In the case of the 2019 Cherokee Latitude, Jeep says that's worth... View All Jeep Lease Deals