Introducing new generation Wrangler model is expected during 2017. For now this is the only information which is more than twice confirm. Everything about the new Wrangler model told at the beginning of 2015, after only two months and disproved. If this was a speculation journalist, not a statement of Sergio Marchione, it would not be so important. For now, no information about the 2018 Jeep Wrangler can not be accepted as entirely correct. The redesigned model will certainly go through a phase of significant changes, the only question is to what extent.
2018 Jeep Wrangler Changes
First it was announced that the new generation Wrangler off-road SUV will feature all aluminum body. Under the impression of the results already used technology, 2018 Jeep Wrangler thus supposed to reduce its weight. But, would it keep off-road capabilities and rigidity? Probably not. Very quickly, came the denial. Some steel parts will become aluminum, but not the entire vehicle.
Some sources cite the possibility of replacing the cloth roof, with fixed, new variant. It is also the option of a redesign of the windshield, ie. inclination to give additional aerodynamic appearance and effect new 2018 Wrangler SUV. It is also very possible that the new Grand Cherokee will have a classic, spare wheel at the rear wheel, but smaller in size hooked up to the vehicle floor.
New Turbocharged Engine
These are all more or less speculation and assumptions, given that the representative of the FCA all his statements denied at the first opportunity. To 2018 Jeep Wrangler reached the necessary level of efficiency, there will certainly be changes in the range of engines. Old-fashioned notion that large volume, only being able to provide quality and strength in most markets forsaken. So far, the Wrangler model was powered by 3.6 L V6 naturally aspirated engine. Nearly 300 hp is not small, but for some reason, we should expect a turbocharged engine in the 2018 Jeep Wrangler offer. Current average consumption Wrangler models is 11.76 liters per 100 km. This and many other numbers should be reduced, so that this icon of the Jeep continued to live side by side with the Cherokee and Grand Cherokee models.