The Sport S is available as a package on the Wrangler Unlimited Sport and adds 17-inch aluminum wheels, automatic headlights, power and heated side mirrors, and power windows and door locks over the base model.
The bigger reason to go with the Sport S is that it adds a plethora of available packages, including the Safety Group, Advanced Safety Group, and Technology Group. Buyers can also bundle heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, and remote start with the Gold Weather Group ($695).
The Black and Tan special edition costs $1,695. It adds a tan soft top, 17-inch black wheels, black interior trim, tan cloth seats, and side steps. The 7-inch touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto along with the rest of the contents of the Technology Package are standard.
The Sport Altitude special edition is also a $1,695 premium over the standard Sport S. It brings 18-inch black wheels, a black hard top with a headliner, black grille throats and headlight insets, and black interior accent stitching. Heavy-duty brakes and heavy-duty suspension are also included.
The Willys special edition costs $2,495, adding a limited-slip rear differential, heavy-duty brakes, Rubicon rock rails and shocks, and 32-inch tires with 17-inch aluminum wheels for increased off-road capability. KED headlights and fog lights and all-weather slush mats are also included.