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Two old and new Wrangler special editions for 2020

by David Zatz on

The Jeep Wrangler Willys is returning, and the Black & Tan is new for the Wrangler, for 2020. Both are based on the Wrangler Sport S and are available for ordering now.

2020 Wrangler Black&tan

The 2020 Jeep Wrangler Willys has never been available on the current generation (JL); it has a limited-slip rear differential, Rubicon rock rails and shocks, heavy-duty brakes, and 32-inch Firestone mud terrain tires under the skin. To advertise these features, it has a Willys hood decal, unique black 17-inch aluminum wheels with gray pad print, a gloss black sport grille, slush mats, LED headlights, and fog lights as standard. Buyers can choose from ten, often whimsically named colors:  Black, Granite Crystal, Sting Gray, Billet, Ocean Blue, Firecracker Red, Punk’n, Hellayella, Mojito! and White.  The list price is $33,740 (add $3,500 for the four-door).

The Black & Tan treatment hasn’t been done on a Wrangler till now; it’s available in any paint color, and adds 17-inch Machine Granite wheels, all-terrain tires, side steps, low-gloss badging, and (the reason for the name) a premium tan soft top with a black-painted instrument panel and Heritage Tan cloth seats. It comes with the  Technology Group built in, which includes the 7-inch radio, a 7-inch driver’s display screen, and dual-zone climate control. The 2020 Black & Tan starts at $32,940 (add $3,500 for the four-door).

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