2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe Configurator Is Up, Most Expensive Is $65,020
The Jeep Wrangler has its tires in two camps. It’s as yet the respected and capable iconic off-roader that is made the Jeep brand acclaimed around the world. But at the same time it’s tiptoeing toward the future by adding some jolt to the SUV. Jeep formally presented the plug-in hybrid Wrangler 4xe in September, and today the configurator is live, giving the chance to assemble the most expensive model.
The most expensive Wrangler 4xe costs $65,020 – which does exclude the $1,495 destination charge that makes the final cost $66,515. It additionally does exclude a plenty of dealer-installed choices that are accessible. That cost gets one an exceptional Rubicon model with simply more than $13,000 in accessories, which has a beginning cost of $51,695. That is $3,700 more than the entry-levell Sahara 4xe, however it’s less expensive than the $53,570 High Altitude model. Notwithstanding, the High Altitude does not have the accessible alternatives of the Rubicon.
If customers want an exterior color other than white, they’ll need to pay $245 for it. Exterior upgrades incorporate a silk dark grille ($325), body-color fender flares ($695), and an integrated off-road camera ($595). Selecting the dual-top group adds $3,695 to the cost and takes into account the $525 hardtop headliner to be added also. There are a few bundles accessible, as well, similar to the Safety Group ($995) and Advance Safety Group ($795). Adding steel bumpers adds $1,745, while the Cold Weather Group pack is an extra $995, which introduces warmed front seats and a warmed steering wheel.
The Jeep Wrangler 4xe sets FCA’s turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine to two electric engines and a 400-volt, 17-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack. Total powertrain yield is 375 strength (280 kilowatts) and 470 pound-feet (637 Newton-meters) of force, considering up to 25 miles of pure-electric driving. Rough terrain capability and charged motoring include some significant downfalls – almost over multiple times more far expansive than the base, non-hybrid gas-powered Wrangler. Notwithstanding, the $7,500 government tax break is accessible for the model.
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