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    2019 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited OVERVIEW

    Although you’re as likely to see a 2019 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited roaming mall parking lots as tearing up sand dunes, Jeep’s classic four-door model continues its adventure-oriented charge. It’s not the roomiest or most efficient SUV, but the Wrangler Unlimited still offers the quintessential virtues: distinctive looks, rugged off-road capability, and a top that pops all the way off.

    What's New for 2019

    The Wrangler Unlimited returns unchanged for 2019 aside from the addition of a couple active safety features. The 2019 model also sees the debut of a new exterior color, which Jeep’s marketing team has opted to call “Bikini” (it’s teal).

    Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

    Choosing Your Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

    Buying a Wrangler Unlimited begins with choosing between two engines. The old-school option is a 3.6-liter V6 producing 285 horsepower and 260 pound feet of torque. For a more new-school option, a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder (with 260 hp and 295 lb-ft) is an extra $1,000. The V6 comes with a six-speed manual transmission, while the smaller engine uses an eight-speed automatic. The automatic can be paired with the V6 for $2,000. All Wranglers come with a part-time all-wheel-drive system.

    Fuel economy depends on the combination of engine and transmission, although it’s never inspiring. The turbocharged engine comes out on top with an EPA-estimated 22 miles per gallon city, 24 mpg highway, and 22 combined. With the eight-speed automatic, the V6 manages 18/23/20 mpg (city/highway/combined), but those numbers drop to 17/23/19 with the manual.

    The Wrangler Unlimited improves on the cargo capacity of its two-door sibling with 31.7 cubic feet behind the seats. Space grows to 72.4 cubes with the rear seats down. Seating accommodates five. The Wrangler is known for its off-road ability, and the Unlimited doesn’t suffer for its extra doors. Its 10.9 inches of clearance and 30 inches of water fording are formidable, and any Jeep devotee will gladly monologue about the details of approach and departure angles. The Wrangler’s capable low-speed AWD system completes the package.

    Remaining features are divided among five trims:


    The Wrangler Unlimited Sport starts at $33,040 (all prices include the $1,495 destination charge). Although it’s the cheapest way into the lineup, the 2019 Wrangler Sport is still well equipped. It features 17-inch steel wheels, a zipperless soft top, tow hooks, skid plates, and fog lights. On the inside, a five-inch touchscreen handles infotainment with Jeep’s UConnect system. A rearview camera is standard, as is push-button start.

    At this trim, the only available package is a Trailer Tow Group with wiring and auxiliary switches. Standalone exterior options include an anti-spin rear differential ($595), a three-piece hard top ($1,195), tinted windows ($495), a gate hinge reinforcement ($675), tube steps ($495), various hood and side graphics ($245), and rock slider steps ($975). Leather front seats are an extra $1,750 – each.

    Sport S

    The next step up is the Unlimited Sport S, which starts at $36,240. The Sport S changes the rims to alloys (still 17 inches), heats up the side mirrors, and adds power windows and a leather-wrapped steering wheel.

    The chief advantage of the Sport S is opening up more package options. These start with a 7-Inch Radio Group ($995), which adds a seven-inch infotainment touchscreen, automatic climate control, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, a seven-inch driver information display, a GPS antenna, XM radio, and enhanced USB connectivity. Next up is a simple Convenience Group ($395) with remote start and a universal garage door opener. A Cold Weather Group ($695) heats up the front seats and steering wheel and includes the remote start system. The Trailer Tow Group remains in place. Finally, the Jeep Active Safety Group ($995) adds blind-spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, rear parking assist, LED taillights, and an injection-molded rear bumper. With the exception of new premium tops, standalone options remain the same as the Sport trim.


    The middle position in the lineup goes to the Wrangler Unlimited Sahara, which starts at $39,890. The wheels are 18-inch alloys and hide upgraded brakes beneath. Dual-zone automatic climate control is standard, along with the upgraded infotainment screen, tubular side steps, and body-color fender flares.

    The Jeep Active Safety, Cold Weather, and Trailer Tow Groups all remain in place. On top of those, the Sahara offers three more packages. The first is an LED Lighting Group ($995), which turns all exterior lights to LEDs. Next up is the 8.4-Inch Radio and Premium Audio Group ($1,595), which swaps in an 8.4-inch infotainment touchscreen with navigation, a nine-speaker premium audio system, emergency calls, HD radio, an auto-dimming rearview mirror, and various XM radio benefits. Finally, the Adaptive Cruise Control/Forward Collision Warning Plus package ($795) adds automatic emergency braking, forward collision warning, and adaptive cruise control. The most notable option addition is a lockable full-time all-wheel-drive system for $595. Other additions include body-color hard-top and powered roof options ($2,195 and $3,995, respectively), full leather upholstery ($1,495), and keyless entry ($495). The premium audio system is available on its own for $1,295.


    Starting at $43,040, the Rubicon focuses on even better off-road capability. Its 33-inch all-terrain tires sit under high-clearance fender flares. The axles, differentials, rock rails, and skid plates are all beefed up. A specialized part-time all-wheel-drive system manages power, and the front sway bar can electronically disconnect. The package options remain the same as the Sahara trim, with the addition of a Steel Bumper Group ($1,295) that adds winch-ready front and rear bumpers. Fewer exterior graphics are available, but other standalone options remain unchanged.


    The range-topping Moab trim starts at $52,795 and is only available with the V6 and eight-speed automatic transmission. Included are black aluminum rims, mud-terrain tires, the 8.4-inch infotainment touchscreen, a steel front bumper, rock rails, glossy exterior accents, leather-trimmed seats, the premium sound system, body-color fender flares, and a hard-top. All the safety features in the Active Safety Group are standard. The only non-standard packages are the Cold Weather, Trailer Tow, and Adaptive Cruise Control/Forward Collision Warning Plus groups. Where non-standard, standalone options remain unchanged.

    CarsDirect Tip

    The 2019 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is starting to look pricey, so we’d stick to a lower trim – the Sport S. It allows for judicious package and option selection without hurting the wallet too much. While it’s nice to see a standard manual transmission, the automatic may be worth the extra cash in this case.

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