New 2020 JeepWrangler UNLIMITED SPORT S 4X4 Sport Utility

  • VIN: 1C4HJXDGXLW104934
  • Stock: 2042001
 
Fuel Economy
18.0/22.0 mpg City/Hwy
Exterior Color
Black
Interior Color
Black
Body/Seating
Sport Utility/5 seats
Transmission
8 speed automatic
Drivetrain
four-wheel
Engine
3.6L 3.6L V6 24V VVT Engine Upg I w/ESS
Jeep Wrangler

Highlighted Features

  • Blind spot sensor
  • Automatic temperature control
  • Wireless phone connectivity
  • Parking sensors
  • Exterior parking camera rear
  • Front dual zone A/C
  • Split folding rear seat
  • Remote keyless entry

Included Packages & Options

  • Quick Order Package 24S Sport S$3,200
    • Wheels: 17" x 7.5" Tech Silver Aluminum
    • Automatic Headlamps
    • Deep Tint Sunscreen Windows
    • Leather Wrapped Steering Wheel
    • Power Heated Mirrors
    • Front 1-Touch Down Power Windows
    • Remote Keyless Entry
    • Security Alarm
    • Speed Sensitive Power Locks
    • Sun Visors w/Illuminated Vanity Mirrors
  • Transmission: 8-Speed Automatic$2,500
    • Dana M200 Rear Axle
    • Hill Descent Control
    • TIP Start
  • Alpine Premium Audio System$1,295
    • 220 Amp Alternator
  • Black 3-Piece Hard Top$1,195
    • Freedom Panel Storage Bag
    • No Soft Top
    • Rear Window Defroster
    • Rear Window Wiper/Washer
  • Safety Group$995
    • Blind Spot & Cross Path Detection
    • Injection Molded Black Rear Bumper
    • LED Taillamps
    • ParkSense Rear Park Assist System
  • Technology Group$995
    • 7.0" Touchscreen Display
    • Air Conditioning w/Auto Temp Control
    • Air Filtering
    • Apple CarPlay
    • Cluster 7.0" TFT Color Display
    • Google Android Auto
    • GPS Antenna Input
    • Integrated Center Stack Radio
    • SiriusXM Satellite Radio
    • Radio: Uconnect 4 w/7" Display
    • USB Host Flip
  • LED Headlamp & Fog Lamp Group$695
    • Front LED Fog Lamps
    • LED Reflector Headlamps
  • Anti-Spin Differential Rear Axle$595
    • 110 MPH Vehicle Max Speed Calibration
    • Tires: 245/75R17 All-Terrain
    • Bridgestone Brand Tires
Included Options
  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio$295

Standard Specifications

Dealer Notes

The all-new Wrangler is capable of handling nearly anything you can imagine throwing at it -- and a good deal you cant. In every meaningful way, from approach and departure angles to ground clearance to fording depth, its an upgrade over its rugged predecessor. New Wranglers dont happen very often, only about every decade or so (the outgoing Wrangler JK was introduced for the 2007 model year). The Wrangler is the spiritual and direct successor to the legendary CJs, and thus the war hero Willys MB; though no vehicle can afford to remain unchanged forever, this thing carries on its sport bar-equipped back an unusually weighty heritage. Wrangler JLs will be available in two- and four-door models, but the Unlimited tag no longer denotes the latter. Two-door versions come in Sport, Sport S, and Rubicon spec, while the four-doors add a Sahara trim level between Sport S and Rubicon. Push-button start and a backup camera are standard across the board, as are halogen headlamps (LEDs are available in certain packages), fog lamps, skid plates for the transfer case and the fuel tank, tow hooks (two front, one rear), cruise control, five USB outlets, side airbags, hill-start assist, and more. Electronic trailer-sway control is standard, and the optional towing package brings a Class II hitch receiver, four-pin and seven-pin adapters, a 240-amp alternator, a 700-amp battery, and auxiliary switches. The maximum tow rating is 2000 pounds for the two-door and 3500 for the four-door. Regardless of trim or model, the promise of topless motoring has been a key component of the Jeeps allure since the days of the original Willys; actually enduring the finger-pinching and time-consuming process required to operate the top is remembered far less fondly. Historically, however, the canvas tops have been heavy on the zippers and a total pain to operate under anything other than ideal conditions. Owners have grinned and borne it (or opted for a hard top). No more! The accursed zippers are gone, and the side windows are now attached with a series of channels and retainers. The roof itself has never been easier to operate; even on a four-door Unlimited The 2018 Wrangler JL features a dramatically improved standard Sunrider softtop. Now entirely free of zippers, it relies on a framework, similar to those in some vintage convertibles, that allows it to be raised or lowered in a fraction of the previous time. Additionally, the back window and rear quarter-window sections can be removed independently while the overhead portion remains in place. For those who find the new and improved softtop still too intimidating, there is the literally named Sky One-Touch power-top option. An electrically operated full-length canvas roof, it slides rearward with the press of a button, opening approximately 90 percent of the roof area to the sky. Available on Sahara and Rubicon four-door models only, it allows for the rear quarter-windows to also be removed for near open-air cruising. On its own, its not revolutionary, but its a thoughtful and effective upgrade. I could say the same thing about the reduced turning radius and the increased window area (which makes for a much more open-feeling cabin). Or the doors, which are easier to pop off and reinstall than ever before thanks to staggered-length hinge pins. Or the windshield, which used to require the removal of 28 bolts to lower but now takes just four. Returning for duty and anchoring the lineup as the base engine is the Pentastar 3.6-liter V-6. Producing 285 horsepower and churning out 260 lb-ft of torque in the 2018 JL application, it gets standard stop/start functionality (which can be deactivated) and mates with either the standard six-speed manual gearbox or a new eight-speed automatic transmission. The new turbocharged 2.0-liter with eTorque assist. The hybridized inline-four produces 268 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque, all funneled through an eight-speed automatic. The internal-combustion element consists of a direct-injected DOHC four-cylinder with an aluminum block and head from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Global Medium Engine architecture. It utilizes a twin-scroll turbocharger with an electronically actuated wastegate, cooled exhaust-gas recirculation, and independent cooling of the intake air, throttle body, turbo, and exhaust manifold. The electric motor element employs a belt-drive system to put nearly instantaneous torque to the crank from step-off. The setup incorporates stop/start, electric power assist, intelligent battery charging, and regenerative braking for optimal efficiency. To maximize gas mileage, the engine and/or the fuel flow may be switched off during stops or while coasting. Its a shame that you can row your own only with the base motor because its action is hugely improved over the JKs. Its not a short-throw gearbox by any means, nor should it be, but the vagueness and loose-tooth wiggling when youre in gear is gone. As with everything else on the truck, from styling to ride, the slack has been pulled out of it; the action is now crisp and pleasant. This is an all-new vehicle comes across in a series of upgrades and refinements; the boxy body-on-frame attitude is still there, but it feels less crude, more honed. The JL is just about perfect. Its everything great about the previous Wranglers made better: It can do astounding things right from the factory, it is rivaled only by Lego or the AR-15 when it comes to customization potential, Mopar already has hundreds of parts in the catalog, and the aftermarket is just getting revved up. The Sport, Sport S, and Sahara models come with Command-Trac, a part-time system that utilizes the NV241 two-speed transfer case with a 2.72:1 low range and Dana axles (30 in front with a 35 in the rear) equipped with 3.45:1 gears. Capable of being engaged on the fly at speeds up to 55 mph, it provides automatic-transmission Wranglers with a 44.20:1 reduction, while stick-shift Wranglers creep along in first gear with a 48.18:1 ratio. A Trac-Lok limited-slip rear differential is optional. Damping duties are handled by twin-tube gas-charged units on the Sport; Sahara models use high-pressure gas-charged monotube dampers, and Rubicons add hydraulic rebound stops. Ground clearance is 9.7 inches for Sport models, 10.0 for Saharas, and 10.8 for Rubicons. In a nod to progress and to expanding the potential demographic, a Selec-Trac two-speed transfer case with full-time all-wheel-drive capability will be available on the 2018 Wrangler JL. Offered only on Sahara models, it provides set it and forget it all-wheel-drive functionality for drivers more concerned with convenience than with jamming their own gears. Rubicon models get the Rock-Trac system with an upgraded NV241 OR transfer case as standard. Optimized for hard-core pursuits, it offers a 4.00:1 low-gear ratio, which teams with standard Tru-Lok electronically locking 4.10:1 axles, Dana 44s front and rear, and an electronic disconnect for the front anti-roll bar. This yields from-the-factory off-road capability as illustrated by the two-doors 10.8 inches of ground clearance, 44.0-degree approach angle, 27.8-degree breakover angle, and 37.0-degree departure angle. Thanks in part to the Rubicons stock 33-inch-tall tiresthe tallest factory rubber ever offered on a Wranglermodels equipped with the standard six-speed manual transmission claim a massive 84.2:1 first-gear reduction, while those with the eight-speed automatic must make do with 77.2:1. Rubicons also get rock sliders as standard protection for the rocker panels. In addition to all the new hardware, it appears the march of technologynot to mention a few creature comfortshas finally reached the Wrangler. The standard infotainment setup is a Uconnect 3 system with a 5.0-inch touchscreen; the Technology Group brings a Uconnect 4 setup with a 7.0-inch touchscreen as well as a 7.0-inch instrument-cluster display, satellite radio, and dual-zone automatic climate control; the Infotainment Group ups the ante to an 8.4-inch touchscreen with navigation, an electrochromic rearview mirror, and nine-speaker premium audio. The two larger touchscreens offer Apple CarPlay and Android Auto functionality; Jeeps Off Road Pages also will be available to monitor the status of the transfer case and the vehicles pitch and roll angles, among other vital statistics. A six-way manually adjustable drivers seat with adjustable lumbar is standard (the passenger seat adjusts only four ways), as is a tilting and telescoping steering column.

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

Kelley Blue Book - KBB.com
Overall4.9Out of 5
  • Love driving my new Jeep JL Sport S 2 door

    By Chuck on Friday, August 02, 2019

    4.0
    I usually drive my 2019 GMC Sierra Crew cab. I used my play money and bought a new 2019 JL 2 door. I love this Jeep. I've had it 2 weeks and can't stay out of it. I sold the Michelin tires that came on it on craigslist and bought some Nitto GS 265/70 R17. Looks and drives great. So much fun. I got the freedom hard top. My Jeep MSRP was $36,930--I paid $31,371 or I probably wouldn't have bought it. The 2 door JL Sport S are hard to find. I feel like I got a good deal.
  • A nice jeep for all seasons

    By droadrunner on Monday, June 17, 2019

    5.0
    We went from corvettes and hi performance cars in the summer to a simple jeep convertible , it pulls a trailer, it is easy to take down the top, and we can drive it in all the rain we get here in pa . I think jeep did a great job on the new JL ,we added a set of rubicon wheels and tires , it looks great and drives nice .
  • This is a well designed Wrangler - savvy details

    By Just a car guy on Friday, March 15, 2019

    5.0
    First off, Wranglers are not for the average Joe. They are war machines originally designed and produced in a short time frame for WWII. Jeeps had one purpose: Assisting soldiers in combat areas through a multitude of carefully thought features making their mission easier. They are not practical "honey, load the kids we're going to the beach" vehicles. Most leak through the car wash. Gas mileage will always be poor due to physics. Handling has been improved but it's not a race track ready Corvette or your rich daddy's late model Benz on Michelin Pilot Sports. Wranglers have been ruined by our soft sided cupcake society and rigorous safety measures yet still score low on crash tests. (Even my newly designed 2018 JL) I've owned a couple Volvo's in my day and my wife one as a daily driver. If you are looking for comfortable seats designed by chiropractors and a top notch safety rating, buy a Volvo...they're in the business of safety. If you are looking to haul three kids buy a Yukon. If you're looking for technology buy a Tesla...man they are nice - and I will own one. If you are bored with your current American three ton truck, ugly car or minivan and need to suppress your midlife crisis cravings don't get a tattoo and buy a Harley - buy a Wrangler instead. Wranglers #1 hold their value like no other! I don't know why nor do I understand it, but they most certainly hold their value like a Toyota Tacoma or better. Wranglers are also ... FUN. They're in a class all by themselves... go topless, door less, windshield less...drive on the beach or in the woods - they are a do whatever you feel vehicle. Not to mention they're the most customized vehicle on the market. The new JL has come a long way from the Willys and CJs and are bearable to drive on longer road trips. The motors are refined and the Pentastar bugs have been worked out. I've owned three Wranglers in my day including my first car which I drove for a record six years. It was fun, unique, and a joy. People are jealous of your topless life and stare you down in the summer time. They envy the fact you can assist hung up fellow motorists in the winter time while they themselves can barely make their way up their own driveways. And whenever you're on a date trying to impress a lady friend it's always a joy to treat her to a fun, country back road and a few splashes with the top down on a nice September evening. (Oh, and don't forget the obligatory and famous Jeep wave :)

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