2018 Jeep Wrangler Production Will Reportedly Start in November

The report says the V6 unlimited hardtop will be the first to reach production.

Brian Williams

Jeep fans know the countdown clock for the new —code-named JL—is ticking. According to an unnamed dealer source cited by , the 2018 Wrangler will roll off the Toledo assembly line in mid-November, although some variants won’t start production until months later.

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The forum reports the four-door Unlimited V-6 hardtop will be the first out, followed by the Dual Top and softtop versions in December. Next up, in February, are the two-door V-6 hardtop and various versions of the Unlimited. Softtop versions of the four-cylinder, in both body styles, start in March, at which point Jeep will stop building the current JK. A power top (possibly as both hard- and softtop) will be built starting in May 2018, with the diesel coming in August. A based on the V-6 will arrive later as a 2019 model.

None of these claimed production start times are confirmed by Fiat Chrysler, nor are they on-sale dates. They’re also subject to change. Fans who can’t wait to see the new Wrangler’s and in person should book a flight to L.A., as the JL will be unveiled at the Los Angeles auto show this fall.

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