A new version of everyone's favorite off-roader is upon us. Here's what we know about it.
There are some big changes inside this familiar box.
Jeep Wrangler news, rumors, reviews, first drives, spy photos, and more.
The all-new JL-generation Wrangler is massively improved, on-road and off. And yes, the windshield still folds down.
The Jeep Scrambler will dominate the market for drop-top pickup trucks.
The by then Chrysler-owned Jeep's entry into the nineties, the greatest decade after the eighties.
Jeep dealers are able to put in their allocations for the all-new Wrangler that's set to debut later this year.
Here's what every configuration of the new Jeep Wrangler will look like, with some camouflage mixed in.
Let's see what we can learn about the next-generation JL Wrangler from these spy photos.
It's as boxy as ever, but the next-generation JL Wrangler Unlimited has some significant changes compared to the JK model.
The report says the V6 unlimited hardtop will be the first to reach production.
We can't wait for this truck.
JL Wrangler Forums renders the two- and four-door Wrangler pickup we've all been waiting for.
Jeep's highly-anticipated pickup is finally out testing in public.
A fan forum's renderings, based on Wrangler spy shots, give us our best look yet at the 2018 Wrangler Unlimited.
seems to have gotten images of the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler in production form. It looks, well, familiar.
After March 31st, America Expedition Vehicles will no longer take orders for its Wrangler-based pickup, the Brute.
There's something very strange going on with this Wrangler test mule spied by a JLWrangler Forums member.
This Lego designer built a tiny Jeep Wrangler out of Lego bricks.
Jeep's most anticipated products are on target.
JL Wrangler Forums put together every detail we've heard about the new Wrangler and Wrangler Pickup into one styling exercise.
A Wrangler owner received a new hood from a parts recycler that seems like it came off a new Jeep Wrangler prototype.
A leaked memo, apparently from aluminum supplier Alcoa, reveals the new Wrangler will use alloy for some of its body parts.
It's real, and it's spectacular.
Holy crap. It's real.