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  1. Mopar / FCA News
    Around 3,005 U.S. 2020 Wranglers are being recalled because the lower control arm bracket and weld might not be in exactly the right spot (up to 12 mm off), bringing the risk of lower control arm separation and loss of steering. As one might expect, the recall is international in scope. Only...
  2. Mopar / FCA News
    This morning, FCA teased a Jeep that will be on display at the upcoming 2020 Chicago Auto Show. We don’t have any details, but according to this morning’s brief statement, “Mopar will showcase a Jeep Performance Parts (JPP) limited edition” model in the Windy City. The press release also points...
  3. Mopar / FCA News
    If you are one of the many Jeep lovers who has been calling for a Wrangler-based midsized pickup, it won’t be long before you can stop into your local FCA dealership to check out the new Gladiator. Earlier this week, the first Jeep pickup slated for the consumer market rolled off of the assembly...
  4. Mopar / FCA News
    The Wrangler recall revealed last week is now official, and there is more information available — including the number of vehicles affected (18,055 in the US, and, we estimate, around 2,000 in the rest of the world), some of which are still at dealers, held back by a stop-sale order. The...
  5. Mopar / FCA News
    You can drive a Jeep Wrangler with any engine you like, as long as it’s the Pentastar V6. That’s going to change, though; diesels are being tested, most likely for both North America and Europe, and four-cylinder turbos, with a hybrid system to help with the Wrangler’s substantial weight, are...
  6. Mopar / FCA News
    You can now build your own 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL — at least, on the Web, using the Jeep “build and price system.” All come with the “Jeep Wave” — a dedicated member number and live chat; oil changes and tire rotations; $1,000 of trip insurance; special events; and member discounts. There...
  7. Mopar / FCA News
    With the official announcement of 2018 Wrangler JL prices, we have discovered that, setting aside changes to standard features, getting into a new Wrangler JL will cost around $3,000 more than the Wrangler JK — regardless of the chosen trim line and body type. 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL Pricing We...
  8. Mopar / FCA News
    Mopar is using the platform of the Los Angeles auto show and Wrangler reveal to show off a few more of the 200 aftermarket goodies it's developed for the new Jeep. We've already told you here about some of the accessories, gizmos and add-ons available for the 2018-2019 JL lineup, but here are...
  9. Mopar / FCA News
    The Jeep Wrangler was officially unveiled today , with a new lighter-weight body atop a high-strength steel frame, three engine choices - four by 2020 - and a new, optional full-time four wheel drive system that dates back to the old and respected Grand Cherokee WJ. What’s left? Well, there...
  10. Mopar / FCA News
    The 2018 Jeep Wrangler was improved in pretty much every way, all while maintaining the classic look expected of the most recognized Jeep. This Wrangler is bigger inside and out, but it has better aerodynamics, more power, better fuel economy, and more interior technology in a package that...
  11. Mopar / FCA News
    Automotive News wrote that the upcoming Jeep Scrambler pickup will have an optional convertible-style soft top when it reaches showrooms in early 2019 — based on Brian Williams’ spy shots. FCA has been hinting at new roof options for both the Scrambler and the Wrangler JL, which is being ...
  12. Mopar / FCA News
    Real Fast Fotography pointed us to the EPA’s new listings for the 2018 Jeep Wrangler. The eight-speed automatic V6 combination is rated at 18 mpg city, 23 highway — and will likely be much faster than the current five-speed automatic JK, which was rated at 17 city, 21 highway. As for the...
  13. Mopar / FCA News
    Recent Chrysler disclosures showed that the 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL will come in lighter than the Wrangler JK, by around fifty to a hundred pounds. The result is in the range expected three years ago by ex-AMC engineer Bob Sheaves, who thought it would gain some weight due to tougher safety...
  14. Mopar / FCA News
    Yesterday, intrepid Allpar members discovered that FCA Canada had actually posted the 2018 Jeep Wrangler “JL” user’s guide on-line , with no password or security of any kind. That’s now made its way across the Internet, showing some of the new features of the iconic off-road vehicle — which is...
  15. Mopar / FCA News
    Recently, FCA shocked the Mopar and Jeep communities by claiming that the Hurricane Four would have 368 horsepower, in a filing to the NHTSA. This revelation was met with both great excitement and cynicism. Rather than debate whether the number is accurate or not, we began seeking other...
  16. Mopar / FCA News
    There are numerous spy shots of the Wrangler JL now, showing cars in various states of camouflage. But what’s it sound like? You can’t hear it tackle the Rubicon, but you can hear it start up. Here are some new spy shots.
  17. Mopar / FCA News
    The horsepower rating for the optional turbo-powered Wrangler launching in Toledo next month is a hot topic of debate in our forums. Is the recently reported number for real, or just a typo? Either way, the horsepower for the new Hurricane Four engine revealed by FCA in a filing to NHTSA in...
  18. Mopar / FCA News
    KGP, fresh from shooting the four-door Wrangler JL without any meaningful camouflage, managed to catch this two-door 2018 Wrangler JL as well. This time, we have a close-up of the LED headlights, which seem to be a newer, different version of the ones on the current JK Wrangler. You can also...
  19. Mopar / FCA News
    Glenn Paulina shot this 2018 JL Wrangler Unlimited without any heavy vinyl coverings, revealing a complete next-generation Wrangler that holds few secrets. Rumored but now clearly visible are hinges for the fold-down windshield, exposed door hinges, and the new (albeit familiar) front fascia...
  20. Mopar / FCA News
    Meet the body of the 2019 Jeep Wrangler JL, provided by KGP Photography. The fender openings are very large, possibly supporting bigger wheels and tires for the Rubicon.  It appears that there’s a provision for venting from the fenders, to avoid trapped air. As predicted by Allpar insiders...
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