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2017 Jeep Wrangler Night Eagle

2017 Jeep Wrangler Night Eagle

European Jeep customers get more blacked-out trim choices

Jeep is bringing several vehicles to the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, including a few special edition models. In that mix is the Grand Cherokee Night Eagle, and this, the Jeep Wrangler Night Eagle. Like the Grand Cherokee, this special edition Wrangler is treated to the popular blacked-out theme, with Jeep attaching Gloss Black accenting and unique graphics to the outside, while the interior is worked over with upgraded leather seats.

This isn’t the first Night Eagle edition Jeep we’ve seen. Aside from this year’s Grand Cherokee version, Jeep had already launched Night Eagle editions of the Cherokee and Renegade over the last two years. All four models now share similar attributes. But before diving into what makes the Wrangler Night Eagle different, let’s look at what remains unchanged.

The Wrangler continues to be available in both two- and four-door versions. European-spec Wrangler uses different front and rear bumpers, along with a spare tire cover, and different OEM tires. The Wrangler is also powered by Jeep’s 2.8-liter CDI four-cylinder turbodiesel as standard. It makes 200 horsepower and 339 pound-feet of torque. Optionally, the familiar 3.6-liter Pentastar gasoline V-6 is available and makes 284 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. Both engines are mated to Jeep’s five-speed automatic transmission.

The Wrangler’s 4WD system carries over unchanged, of course, as it has for nearly a decade. The non-Rubicon Wrangler like this Night Eagle use Jeep’s Command-Trac NV241 part-time, two-speed transfer case with manual shifting. It has a 2.72:1 crawl ratio and locks the engine’s torque split at 50/50 for the front and rear axles. The rear differential utilizes Jeep’s Trac-Lok limited-slip system, which helps provide power to the wheel with the most traction.

With that aside, let’s jump into what makes the Night Eagle edition different.

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2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon

2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon

Another (awesome) special edition before the JK’s retirement

It’s no secret Jeep is preparing the next-generation of Wrangler due out for the 2018 model year. As such, the current Wrangler, well-known by its codename JK, has been receiving quite the number of special editions over the least few years. This one, however, is perhaps one of the best. It’s called the Recon and it’s only available with the Rubicon trim. But this isn’t just an appearance package – no, the Rubicon Recon comes with an upgraded front axle, new rock rails, and heavy-duty differential covers.

Those familiar with the Wrangler Rubicon know just how capable it comes from the factory. Even without the Recon upgrades, the Wrangler Rubicon comes with Dana 44 axles front and rear with locking differentials, Jeep’s Rock-Trac manual transfer case with its 4:1 crawl ratio, the electronically disconnecting front sway bar, and its beefy BFGoodrich KM off-road tires.

The handful of modifications Jeep includes within the Recon package only furthers the Wrangler’s dominance over lesser SUVs when it comes to off-roading. Jeep boss Mike Manley had this to say:

“With an array of beefed up off-road components, the new Rubicon Recon provides even more legendary Jeep Wrangler capability. With unmatched capability and a unique appearance, Rubicon Recon is the perfect Wrangler for our most loyal, diehard off-road enthusiasts who love to tackle the most demanding trails.”

Manley is certainly right about Jeep having loyal fans. The Wrangler has soared in popularity since the introduction of the four-door Wrangler Unlimited in 2007. Now as Jeep prepares to debut its all-new 2018 Wrangler JL, those on the fence about purchasing a JK Wrangler will have an even more difficult decision to face.

The 2017 Jeep Wrangler Recon goes on sale in late February 2017 with a starting price of $39,145 for the two-door model and $42,945 for the four-door Wrangler Unlimited.

Let’s check out what Jeep includes in this special edition Wrangler Rubicon.

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Jeep Will Say Goodbye To Wrangler JK With Six Special Editions

Jeep Will Say Goodbye To Wrangler JK With Six Special Editions

Designed to drive customer interest until the Wrangler JL debuts

Jeep is on the cusp of launching its next-generation Wrangler SUV, the JL. But until that time comes in mid-2017, Jeep’s goal is move as many current Wranglers as it can. Helping the cause will be six special edition models based on the Sport, Sahara, and Rubicon models, according to Automotive News.

Anticipation for the next-generation Wrangler is growing and could be to blame for the Wrangler’s five-percent drop in sales since October 2016. The slight drop is the only blemish in the Wrangler’s exemplary sales record since 2011, having doubled its sales numbers since the Great Recession. Jeep reported selling more than 202,000 in 2015 with almost no incentives to drive demand.

The Wrangler’s popularity can be attributed to several factors. It remains a true body-on-frame SUV with solid axles front and rear, despite the industry’s move to car-based crossovers. It’s available in both two- and four-door versions with both soft and hard tops. It offers outstanding off-road capabilities, far more than nearly every other SUV on the market, save for perhaps the Toyota 4Runner. And of course, the Wrangler enjoys one of the largest aftermarket followings in the industry, with a countless number of parts and accessories from hundreds of companies.

The next-generation Wrangler will build on these attributes, supposedly adding a fuel-efficient four-cylinder turbo, the availability of the 3.0-liter EcoDiesel V-6, an eight-speed automatic, improved aerodynamics, an updated interior, and an innovative new removable top system. These areas fix known downfalls of the current Wrangler JK and will likely boost sales thanks to a greater appeal to a wider audience.

But until the new Wrangler JL hits dealer showrooms, Jeep is determined to milk the Wrangler JK for all it’s worth. Keep reading for the run-down on the upcoming special editions.

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2017 Jeep Renegade Altitude

2017 Jeep Renegade Altitude

More style and attitude for Jeep’s Cute ‘Ute

Jeep announced two new special edition Renegades ahead of the 2016 L.A. Auto Show, each with their own unique personality and style. The Renegade Deserthawk is all about off-roading, while this, the 2017 Renegade Altitude is all about street cred with its murdered-out appearance. The Renegade Altitude continues Jeep’s use of the Altitude name and blacked-out styling cues, though this si the first time we’ve seen such a package on the Renegade.

“These two new Jeep Renegade models help to extend our popular small SUV’s continued global success since its launch last year, and to provide customers with the choice of two distinctive and unique special editions,” said Mike Manley, Head of Jeep Brand – FCA Global. Manley says the Renegade Altitude is “for customers looking for an edgy and aggressive appearance,” and mentions that this special-edition model builds off the other Altitude models across the Jeep lineup.

The 2017 Renegade Altitude is based off the Renegade’s Latitude trim level and brings many of the same features found on that model. These things include the 1.4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder with its MultiAir2 valvetrain system, a six-speed manual transmission, and standard features that include ParkSense rear backup camera and Keyless Go. The Renegade Altitude can also be had with the 180-horsepower 2.4-liter Tigershark four-cylinder and FCA’s nine-speed automatic transmission. Optional with either powertrain is Jeep’s Active Drive 4WD system.

The 2017 Jeep Renegade Altitude will go on sale beginning in November 2016 for a starting price of $22,390. That represents a $995 increase over the 2016 Renegade Latitude model. There’s a ton more information about the 2017 Renegade Altitude, so keep reading for the full run-down.

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2017 Jeep Renegade Deserthawk

2017 Jeep Renegade Deserthawk

The Renegade goes full desert mode for 2017

Jeep announced two new special-edition Renegade models ahead of the 2016 L.A. Auto Show – the 2017 Renegade Altitude and this, the 2017 Renegade Deserthawk. Playing off Jeeps current “-hawk” naming scheme, the Deserthawk brings a slew of minor upgrades that form a rather complete and intriguing special-edition trim. Best of all, this production Jeep is birthed directly from the 2015 Renegade Desert Hawk concept Jeep built for the 2015 Easter Jeep Safari.

This goes to show that Jeep takes its concept vehicles very seriously. While some might be on the wild side, others have the ability to transition into production. That’s exactly the case with the Renegade Deserthawk. Even down to the paint color and graphics package, this production Jeep mirrors the once one-off custom upgrades found on the 2015 concept.

“The Jeep Renegade Deserthawk takes the best-in-class capability of the Renegade Trailhawk and combines it with a unique look and additional features that include rock rails and a towing package – all inspired by the desert’s extreme conditions,” said Mike Manley, Head of Jeep Brand – FCA Global.

Jeep is going so far an announcing pricing and release dates. Yep, the 2017 Renegade Deserthawk carries a base price of $28,140 and will be available come January of 2017. There’s a ton more information Jeep announced about this special-edition model, so keep reading for the full scoop.

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2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit

2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit

The Grand Cherokee’s high-brow trim level

The 2016 New York Auto Show brought tons of new vehicles to the market, including several special edition models like the updated Jeep Grand Cherokee Trailhawk. This go-anywhere version of the venerable Grand Cherokee brings added attitude and abilities to the iconic SUV. However, Jeep product planners didn’t’ stop there. They also introduced the Grand Cherokee Summit – a high-end version of the Grand Cherokee that sits atop the model line.

The Summit name isn’t new for Grand Cherokee. In fact, the trim level has been seen on past models since at least the start of the decade. However for 2017, the Grand Cherokee Summit receives the latest front fascia with LED lights, 20-inch polished aluminum wheels, and an interior that’s fully wrapped in Laguna leather with the latest gear shifter design for the SUV. It represents the all-out, most luxurious trim available for the hardy off-roader.

Of course, the Summit trim shares its high ranks with the Grand Cherokee SRT and the upcoming Hellcat version rumored to be called the Trackhawk. Nevertheless, the Summit will be the most posh of the bunch.

Specifically, the Summit includes loads of standard features, including a suede headliner, auto-folding power mirrors, headlight washers, and a host of active safety systems. Also standard is Jeep’s Quadra-Drive II 4WD system and the Quadra-Lift air suspension system. Jeep allows the customer to choose the powertrain that’s right for them. This means the 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6, 5.7-liter Hemi V-8, and 3.0-liter EcoDiesel are all optional.

The 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee Summit will be available late summer of 2016. Prices have yet to be announced.

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2016 Jeep Renegade Dawn of Justice Special Edition

2016 Jeep Renegade Dawn of Justice Special Edition

Jeep adds to the Batman v Superman hype

Jeep’s parent company, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles has announced a partnership with Warner Bros. Pictures ahead of its latest superhero movie, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. Included in the partnership is a special edition Jeep Renegade appropriately called the Dawn of Justice Special Edition. More over, Warner Bros. will be promoting its film, which debuts nationwide on March 25, 2016, using the Renegade. Be sure to watch the 30-second trailer above.

Ben Affleck fans will enjoy the movie trailer, as he pilots the Jeep through crumbling debris and massive explosions. Promotions will extend onto social media and other digital outlets to help create awareness. Jeep isn’t the only FCA brand present, however. The movie includes products from Dodge, Chrysler, Fiat, Alfa Romeo, Maserati, and FCA’s sister company CNH Industrial, whose products include Iveco heavy-duty commercial vehicles.

“Our partnership with Warner Bros. and the highly anticipated Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice film allows us to expose the Jeep Renegade and its best-in-class capability to an incredibly vast audience,” said Mike Manley, Head of Jeep Brand for FCA Global. “The new Jeep Renegade Dawn of Justice Special Edition boasts a unique, dark appearance package for the most capable small SUV that we’re confident consumers – including millions of moviegoers – will love.”

So what’s the Jeep Renegade Dawn of Justice Special Edition all about? Keep reading to find out.

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2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition

2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition

As part of its 75th anniversary, Jeep is releasing special editions of each of its models for 2016, including the Grand Cherokee. A few exterior upgrades, new interior features, and of course, special badges signify the anniversary option package.

“Jeep vehicles have defined the authentic SUV and set the benchmark for off-road capability and freedom since they were first produced in 1941,” said Mike Manley, Head of Jeep Brand. “Today, Jeep SUVs continue to deliver 4x4 leadership, as well as fuel efficiency, world-class craftsmanship, and premium on-road dynamics.”

Jeep’s history is deeply rooted in WWII, having gotten its start with the U.S. Military requesting a small, go-anywhere transport. The Willis Overland company stepped forward with a design that later became adopted. Both Willis and the Ford Motor Company built the original Willis MB General Purpose vehicle, which would later be nicknamed the Jeep.

After the war, the Jeep took up civilian life, first as rugged farm implements and later as more traditional transportation. Other models sprung forth as the Jeep brand bounced around a handful of owners over the decades. Chrysler, now known as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, holds the iconic Jeep name, building rugged SUVs and crossovers for a variety of segments. Though none recall the original Willis MB more than the Jeep Wrangler, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is one of FCA’s most popular SUVs.

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2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition

2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee 75th Anniversary Edition

As part of its 75th anniversary, Jeep is releasing special editions of each of its models for 2016, including the Grand Cherokee. A few exterior upgrades, new interior features, and of course, special badges signify the anniversary option package.

“Jeep vehicles have defined the authentic SUV and set the benchmark for off-road capability and freedom since they were first produced in 1941,” said Mike Manley, Head of Jeep Brand. “Today, Jeep SUVs continue to deliver 4x4 leadership, as well as fuel efficiency, world-class craftsmanship, and premium on-road dynamics.”

Jeep’s history is deeply rooted in WWII, having gotten its start with the U.S. Military requesting a small, go-anywhere transport. The Willis Overland company stepped forward with a design that later became adopted. Both Willis and the Ford Motor Company built the original Willis MB General Purpose vehicle, which would later be nicknamed the Jeep.

After the war, the Jeep took up civilian life, first as rugged farm implements and later as more traditional transportation. Other models sprung forth as the Jeep brand bounced around a handful of owners over the decades. Chrysler, now known as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, holds the iconic Jeep name, building rugged SUVs and crossovers for a variety of segments. Though none recall the original Willis MB more than the Jeep Wrangler, the Jeep Grand Cherokee is one of FCA’s most popular SUVs.

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2016 Jeep Renegade 75th Anniversary Edition

2016 Jeep Renegade 75th Anniversary Edition

It has now been 75 years since the first Jeep was introduced in 1941, just ahead of the U.S. involvement in WWII. It was good timing, as it meant that U.S. forces were properly equipped for the war, and it also meant that the Jeep brand was able to grow very quickly. To commemorate the anniversary, Jeep is rolling out a whole series of special editions for all of the brand’s models. This includes a whole, frankly impressive, range of exclusive paint colors and other aesthetic touches and options bundles.

The Renegade 75th Anniversary Edition isn’t quite as optioned up as some of the other special editions, as Jeep clearly wanted to offer a whole range of pricing options, and with the Renegade being one of the more inexpensive models already, it wouldn’t have made a lot of sense to option it up too much. The package doesn’t make for a big increase in price, because if any brand knows how to make a special edition that’s worth buying, it is still definitely Jeep. The special edition is based on the Renegade Latitude, which is the middle trim level of the small SUV, so a lot of options would be included whether it was a special edition or not.

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2016 Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary Edition

2016 Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary Edition

2016 is a celebratory year for Jeep. See, this year marks the 75th anniversary of the Jeep brand. Over the years, it has arguably been the best go-to brand for off-roading and or rugged travel. The company has even had a rather dominate history in the military, supplying various Jeep models designed specifically for the military. In commemoration of these past 75 years, Jeep is unleashing a 75th-anniversary edition of each one of the models in its current lineup – including the Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.

Mike Manley, the head of Jeep, says, "Jeep vehicles have defined the authentic SUV and set the benchmark for off-road capability and freedom since they were first produced in 1941. Today, Jeep SUVs continue to deliver 4x4 leadership, as well as fuel efficiency, world-class craftsmanship and premium on-road dynamics.”

All 75th Anniversary special-edition models offer special features not found in previous models like exclusive paint colors, exterior accenting, unique interior options and, of course, a 75th Anniversary exterior badge. With that said, let’s take a deep look at the Jeep Wrangler 75th Anniversary edition and what makes this special edition so special.

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2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Night

2016 Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT Night

The Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT might not be creating the biggest headlines from FCA’s SRT department, but the 475-horsepower, AWD SUV is no doubt worthy of conversation. That’s even more true with the Grand Cherokee SRT’s new special edition trim package called “Night.” Simple yet effective, it seems.

Though much of the Jeep’s underpinnings remain unchanged, this appearance package does add several new features and eye-catching upgrades. Starting up top, the Grand Cherokee SRT Night comes with a blacked-out roof, rear spoiler, and matching B- and C-pillars. The front and rear Jeep badges also get the treatment. Those upgrades match the already-black grille and lower fascias front and rear.

On the more useful side, the wheels are new, lightweight units that Jeep calls “5Ten” due to the split, five-spoke design. Measuring 20-inches in diameter, the Satin Black wheels match the other blacked-out exterior cues. Jeep also gloats the wheels help show off the red calipers and slotted rotors that come standard from Brembo.

Not too much has changed within the Grand Cherokee’s cabin. The black Laguna Leather seats come with silver accent stitching and light black chrome bezels for an extra pop. The 8.4-inch Uconnect infotainment system still presides over the center dashboard, while the driver gets his own configurable TFT display in the gauge cluster.

Along with the 475 horses, the Grand Cherokee SRT’s 6.4-liter Hemi V-8 turns out 470 pound-feet of torque that helps the full-size SUV hit 60 mph in just 4.8 seconds and through the quarter-mile in the mid-13-second range. Top speed is listed at 160 mph.

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2016 Jeep Wrangler Backcountry

2016 Jeep Wrangler Backcountry

Jeep has no shortage of special edition models and trim levels for is popular Wrangler. Still, another has been added – this time, though, its name doesn’t quite match its styling. Called the Wrangler Backcountry, this option package is offered in a paint named Xtreme Purple and comes with 1990s-style graphics that would look more at home on a Jetski.

Ok, so the Wrangler Backcountry can be had in other colors, too, including Hydro Blue, Black, Bright White, and Granite Crystal. The funky graphics remain regardless. Inside, the Wrangler get’s a somewhat bespoke interior with piano black AC vent rings, door pulls and grab handles. Accent stitching on the leather seats with sport mesh inserts is called Diesel Gray.

The Backcountry edition is based on the Wrangler Sahara, meaning it comes standard with a respectable number of options like Bluetooth connectivity, a nine-speaker Alpine sound system, and a hard top. Opting for the Backcountry does come with several bonuses, including Wrangler Rubicon-style, 17-inch wheels with BF Goodrich’s new All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires, high-strength steel bumpers front and rear, and Rubicon-style rock sliders to protect the body. Sahara-style steps can be added at no additional cost.

Underneath all those graphics and extra interior bits is a standard Jeep Wrangler. The 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 still produces 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque and the Command-Trac 4WD system still features 2.72:1 gears. Though Jeep doesn’t specify, the Wrangler Backcountry likely comes standard with the six-speed manual transmission while the five-speed automatic is optional.

Prices aren’t announced, but expect the Backcountry edition to start around $29,000 for the two-door and $33,000 for the four-door version.

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2016 Jeep Wrangler Backcountry

2016 Jeep Wrangler Backcountry

Jeep has no shortage of special edition models and trim levels for is popular Wrangler. Still, another has been added – this time, though, its name doesn’t quite match its styling. Called the Wrangler Backcountry, this option package is offered in a paint named Xtreme Purple and comes with 1990s-style graphics that would look more at home on a Jetski.

Ok, so the Wrangler Backcountry can be had in other colors, too, including Hydro Blue, Black, Bright White, and Granite Crystal. The funky graphics remain regardless. Inside, the Wrangler get’s a somewhat bespoke interior with piano black AC vent rings, door pulls and grab handles. Accent stitching on the leather seats with sport mesh inserts is called Diesel Gray.

The Backcountry edition is based on the Wrangler Sahara, meaning it comes standard with a respectable number of options like Bluetooth connectivity, a nine-speaker Alpine sound system, and a hard top. Opting for the Backcountry does come with several bonuses, including Wrangler Rubicon-style, 17-inch wheels with BF Goodrich’s new All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires, high-strength steel bumpers front and rear, and Rubicon-style rock sliders to protect the body. Sahara-style steps can be added at no additional cost.

Underneath all those graphics and extra interior bits is a standard Jeep Wrangler. The 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 still produces 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque and the Command-Trac 4WD system still features 2.72:1 gears. Though Jeep doesn’t specify, the Wrangler Backcountry likely comes standard with the six-speed manual transmission while the five-speed automatic is optional.

Prices aren’t announced, but expect the Backcountry edition to start around $29,000 for the two-door and $33,000 for the four-door version.

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2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Sunriser

2015 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Sunriser

The Jeep Wrangler is one of the most customizable vehicles sold today. The aftermarket support, as well as the growing options found at Jeep dealerships though Mopar, make the current JK a blank canvas. The Jeep you seen here is no different.

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2015 Jeep Cherokee KrawLer

2015 Jeep Cherokee KrawLer

The current 2014 Jeep Cherokee is a funky-looking, off-road-capable compact crossover , but it hasn’t exactly resonated well with Jeep loyalists. Looking to prove that the new Cherokee is worthy of wearing the iconic seven-slot grille, Jeep and Mopar have teamed up to develop the Jeep Cherokee KrawLer concept vehicle. While this vehicle could have just as easily been a Moab Easter Jeep Concept, Jeep wanted to put the tuned Cherokee on global display, so the concept was unveiled at the Frankfurt Motor Show .

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2015 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk

2015 Jeep Renegade Trailhawk

The 2015 Jeep Renegade is the youngest of Jeep’s lineup of SUVs and crossovers , having only made its debut in March 2014 at the Geneva Motor Show . In short order, the Renegade has established a following, reflected by its strong sales figures. As of September 1, 2015, Jeep has moved 28,907 units of the Renegade in the U.S. alone.

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2016 Jeep Wrangler Black Bear Edition

2016 Jeep Wrangler Black Bear Edition

The Jeep Wrangler isn’t changing much for the 2016 model year, but the iconic off-roader is getting a new themed appearance package. Called the Black Bear Edition after the famous Black Bear Pass in Telluride, Colorado, so-equipped Wranglers come with a bespoke graphics package, blacked-out trim pieces, and several interior upgrades. All this is in hopes to attract even more interest in the ever-popular SUV.

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2016 Jeep Wrangler Black Bear Edition

2016 Jeep Wrangler Black Bear Edition

The Jeep Wrangler isn’t changing much for the 2016 model year, but the iconic off-roader is getting a new themed appearance package. Called the Black Bear Edition after the famous Black Bear Pass in Telluride, Colorado, so-equipped Wranglers come with a bespoke graphics package, blacked-out trim pieces, and several interior upgrades. All this is in hopes to attract even more interest in the ever-popular SUV.

The Black Bear Edition is available for both the two-door Wrangler and four-door Wrangler Unlimited. The special edition also groups other optional packages into a bundle that is offered as standard equipment. The list includes air conditioning (yep, that’s an option on lower-level Wranglers), the Connectivity Group, and the Power Convenience Group. All of this is built on the Wrangler’s base Sport trim level.

Of course, the Wrangler still comes powered by the now venerable 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6 and is backed by a six-speed manual or five-speed automatic transmission. A two-speed transfer case comes standard, giving every Wrangler 4WD.

So let’s jump into what separates the Black Bear Edition from a standard Wrangler.

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