How Much Is the Wrangler Pickup Truck?

The legendary Jeep Wrangler has been an iconic off-roader for over 75 years. The Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck is the latest addition to the lineup, and it’s sure to be a hit. The new pickup truck takes all of the great features that make the Wrangler so beloved and adds a truck bed, making it perfect for weekend warriors and outdoor-lovers alike.

The Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck is available in two different models: Sport and Rubicon. Both models come with a 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine, an 8-speed automatic transmission, and the Command-Trac 4X4 system.

The Sport model also includes standard features like Uconnect infotainment with Apple CarPlay/Android Auto compatibility, 17” alloy wheels, skid plates, fog lamps, and more. The Rubicon model adds additional off-road features like an electronic sway bar disconnect system, 33” all-terrain tires, rock rails, a heavy-duty Dana 44 front axle, and more.

On top of all that great tech, the Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck has plenty of storage options inside the cab as well as in the bed. It has a maximum payload capacity of 1,000 lbs., so you won’t have to worry about carrying cargo or equipment for your next adventure. And if you need more storage space than that, you can always opt for one of the available bed extenders or roof racks to maximize your cargo capacity.

So how much does this awesome pickup truck cost? Prices start at $37,245 for the Sport model and $41,545 for the Rubicon model. Both models come with a 3-year/36,000 mile basic limited warranty as well as 5-year/60,000 mile powertrain limited warranty coverage from Jeep (depending on your specific model).

In conclusion: The Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck is an amazing machine that will take you anywhere you want to go in style and comfort – while hauling whatever cargo you need along with you! Prices start at $37,245 for the Sport model and $41,545 for the Rubicon model – both models come with a comprehensive warranty package from Jeep that should put your mind at ease when it comes to any maintenance or repair needs that may arise down the road.

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Karen Watkins