The Sport trim is the least expensive option for the Wrangler, starting at $28,190, including a $1,195 destination charge. It's also the most sparsely equipped, with cloth seats, a five-inch infotainment system, a removable soft top roof, tow hooks, skid plates, and programmable auxiliary switches for off-roading accessories. The only available option packages are the $795 Trailer Tow and HD Electrical Group that includes a beefed-up battery and alternator, a hitch, additional auxiliary switches and the $30 Smoker's Group that gives the driver a 12V lighter and an ashtray. Standalone options include a three-piece removable hard top for $1,095, $595 Anti-Spin rear axle, $495 Deep Tint Sunscreen Windows, and Air Conditioning for $1,295.
The Wrangler's S Package is a $3,200 trim pack that adds aluminum wheels, air conditioning, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, remote keyless entry, and a few other basic pieces of kit. More importantly, it grants owners access to a much wider variety of exterior configurations and option packages.
These packages include the $995 Technology Group, which adds a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, SiriusXM satellite radio, and automatic climate control. The $595 Cold Weather Group adds heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and a remote start system (which is only for automatic-transmission models), while the $895 Jeep Active Safety Group adds driver assistance features like blind spot and cross traffic detection, a different rear bumper, LED tail lamps, and rear park assist. The same Trailer Tow and HD Electrical Group and Smoker's Group from the Sport are also available.
Three top options, ranging in price from $595 for an upgraded black softtop to $1,095 for the three-piece black hardtop, are available. A $1,295 Alpine audio with nine speakers rounds out the standalone options.