It may not look drastically different, but the Jeep Wrangler is all-new for 2018. We head out to Arizona to take our first test drive.


    • jared novak
      jared novak

      Let’s remember the 3.6 is a great engine. It’s in literally everything from FCA and has proven itself not to mention 7/10 sold are 4 door not 2 door and more are sold with options than without so that’s how Jeep will keep making them they have to make them the way people are buying them. They aren’t gonna make a off road Manuel two door bare bones diesel because they wouldn’t make any money... I think that’s understandable

      about 7 months ago
    • cdude100

      Just give me a 2 door with crank windows no fancy touch screen and a manual also in RHD oh and led headlights
      “salesman head explodes”

      about 8 months ago
    • majorgeeks

      Another video promising road tests; does 30 seconds on the road.

      about 9 months ago
    • The Carrington Hollister Show Unfiltered
      The Carrington Hollister Show Unfiltered

      Lorelai Gilmore will be pleased lol

      about 11 months ago
    • Frank Burns
      Frank Burns

      Wrangle's the time, the time is now...wrangle on. Okay, that's it, I'm pulling the trigger on a new Wrangler. The Zeppelin reference was the final nudge.

      about 11 months ago
    • The Feeling Is Mutual
      The Feeling Is Mutual

      Hmmm. Little steep for a gas guzzler. Super awesome though.

      about 1 year ago
    • JGphins

      Love everything about our new Jeep JLU Sahara & excited for our upcoming road trip

      about 1 year ago
    • Golden Retriever
      Golden Retriever

      The strange thing is I’ve seen plenty of new 4 door wranglers but absolutely no 2 doors

      Even at the auto show they wouldn’t let people sit in the 2 door but they did let us sit in the 4 door

      What’s going on

      about 1 year ago
    • Mike DeMarco
      Mike DeMarco In reply to Golden Retriever

      They sell 4-DR over 2-DR 4:1.

      about 2 months ago
    • redthorn 2000
      redthorn 2000

      Love the newer jeep better looking and new things to see still good jeep family

      about 1 year ago
    • Vincent Chen
      Vincent Chen

      I am interested in the 3.0 V6 Turbo. The best blend of capability, towing, and power and efficiency. The Turbo 4 looks good too. Seeing the JK and JL together and it is easy to see how more appeal the Wrangler will have to more people. I miss the 4.0 inline 6 too, but from a packaging, emissions and more stand point it doesn't make much sense. I like the 8 speed automatic as it was time the old transmission went bye bye. I like the JL. Am I ready to buy one? Not yet. I want to see what the reliability and more turn up with some time others see of the JL.

      about 1 year ago
    • Liberty Stuff'n'Things Reviews
      Liberty Stuff'n'Things Reviews

      Nice video.

      about 1 year ago
    • Turkey Man
      Turkey Man

      I want one!

      about 1 year ago
    • Claudius Onyonka
      Claudius Onyonka

      How does the auto start/stop feature affect the starter reliability? seems like the frequent cranking will cause wear and tear

      about 1 year ago
    • RubiRobJL

      Sure. Too many toolbags bought these now so I end up with waving to myself like a luckless loser.

      about 1 year ago
    • Семен Погосов
      Семен Погосов

      Машина хорошая, но этот пафосный голос ведущего, как у сектанта, слушать настоебало ..

      about 1 year ago
    • Ray Boccino
      Ray Boccino

      I got a bit confused: is the 8-speed available with the Pentastar??

      about 1 year ago
    • jared novak
      jared novak In reply to Ray Boccino

      Mafioso Italiano yes it’s optional

      about 7 months ago
    • Thomas Ray
      Thomas Ray

      Worst show on TV is simply a read of manufacturer's sales brochures with footage by interns

      about 1 year ago
    • Alfie Phillips
      Alfie Phillips

      week professor start maintenance complete participant changing population badly.

      about 1 year ago
    • Gary Finnstrom
      Gary Finnstrom

      if you want a fancy interior then get a damn bmw it is a jeep i remember the older ones with metal interior that was painted on top of that

      about 1 year ago
    • Anthony Molina
      Anthony Molina

      Overpriced should be 20 k not 40k for a plastic roof car

      about 1 year ago
    • CJ HotWheels
      CJ HotWheels

      You can't mistake John Davis's voice! He's been going on strong on Motor Week for over thirty five years! Love his voice! Wonderful to watch and very informative at the same time! That's why I love watching the retro reviews to learn about cars I forgot about or never even heard of as if they were new! Keep up the good work and keep pluggin' away John!

      about 1 year ago
    • GBR080R

      CJ and TJ snobs? What are there no YJ snobs?

      about 1 year ago
    • ibjeepr
      ibjeepr In reply to GBR080R

      No, there aren't (that whole square headlight thing..) My Mom had a YJ and at the time it was great. A big leap from the CJ, especially with the addition of fuel injection

      about 1 year ago
    • Ethan McLeod
      Ethan McLeod

      Wait, wait, wait! Did he just call TJ and CJ owners snobs! You don’t mess with anyone in the Jeep family. For that I dislike.

      about 1 year ago
    • Nismo 370Z
      Nismo 370Z

      Too expensive !! I bought a new Rubicon in 2004 -Soft top with automatic trans for $27,000. Now the 2019 is $40,000 !!!

      about 1 year ago
    • Kifo

      Wish they'd make a more affordable barebones model without all the luxury stuff on the interior. Most people are just gonna gut that crap and install what they want anyway.

      about 1 year ago
    • Grumpy OldMan
      Grumpy OldMan In reply to Kifo

      The base "Sport" model does not come with air-conditioning. The "Sport S" model does. To get the "Sport" model configured how I want it results in an MSRP of $31,925. The same configuration in the "Sport S" model ends up being $33,830, so another $1,905 for stuff that I don't need nor want. Of course, I'm not paying MSRP... :)

      I ordered it on Friday and it might arrive in 8-10 weeks. It was $29,622 + TT&L. That should be about 5% below dealer invoice.

      about 1 year ago
    • wootloopsftw
      wootloopsftw In reply to Kifo

      grumpy oldman, you can get the base sport model (not the S) with the LSD (Dana 44) option for $595 and it includes A/C, with crank windows and steel wheels. You're on your own for the rear seat delete though.

      about 1 year ago
    • IL Scrapple
      IL Scrapple In reply to Kifo

      That would be called the Sport

      about 1 year ago
    • wootloopsftw
      wootloopsftw In reply to Kifo

      they do make a more affordable barebones model. The Sport trim has crank windows and manual locks. That's about as bare bones as it gets in 2018.

      about 1 year ago
    • Grumpy OldMan
      Grumpy OldMan In reply to Kifo

      The base Sport model is more of what I want, but with the LSD, hard top, and air-conditioning. I actually *want* the steel wheels and manually operated windows, so I would not go with the Sport S model. Now, if I could just get a few hundred more knocked off by not including the rear seats since I'm going to remove them as soon as I get it anyway.

      about 1 year ago
    • Joseph Godin
      Joseph Godin

      The power train isn't the best. That 3.6 is under power for the Unlimited and the 8 speed works good till your stuck in mud or snow. The body lines look realy good just does tail light sticking out look wrong on it and they put the rear wiper at the bottom of the window that is a realy bad idea. Aerodynamic are a welcome change.The interior looks nice but way to much useless electronic that's the part i don't like. Making a Grand Cherokee out of it isn't appealing to the Jeep people. Is it going to have sales for sure all the soccer moms and yuppies that want to go mall crawling are going to want one. Lets face it Jeep guys keep there jeep for long periods of time because of all The mods they do to them. Hell i still have my TJ even if i got an unlimited Rubicon. Only time will tell if all that electronic will hold up. By the way some of the new JL owner are already having electronic problems so if you thinking about changing your JK you may want to wait a couple of years

      about 1 year ago
    • Christopher Morris
      Christopher Morris

      What gets me is how much Wranglers have gone up over the past 10yrs. I bought my first Jeep Wrangler- a Wrangler Unlimited Sport 4x4- in '08 for around $27k brand new. The same vehicle today would cost me $10-15k+ or more. Granted the newer ones have a better engine and some cosmetic changes, but its still the same suv. I also understand that inflation comes into play, but c'mon.

      about 1 year ago
    • Cholula Hot Sauce
      Cholula Hot Sauce In reply to Christopher Morris

      Christopher Morris 2017 Wrangler unlimited sports are still around $28k-30k . But JL will be more obviously, it's "new" so they jack up da price

      about 1 year ago
    • mike Wolfe
      mike Wolfe

      Its not a jeep and im not waving. You can wave at me tho if you want. Ok maybe i will wave if you have the diesel. Oh wait led lighting wooooow

      about 1 year ago
    • Wally Fronzaglio
      Wally Fronzaglio

      Wait until all of that power garbage including the push button start goes bad on the trail that will be fun to watch !!! I'm keeping my jk

      about 1 year ago
    • Eddie Jack
      Eddie Jack

      Bizarre voiceover. Who talks like that?

      about 1 year ago
    • E Meyer
      E Meyer In reply to Eddie Jack

      Show some respect.JD has been at it since the early 80's.A legend

      about 1 year ago
    • IllNinoAK47
      IllNinoAK47 In reply to Eddie Jack

      A fucking legend!

      about 1 year ago
    • Marcus Wilson
      Marcus Wilson In reply to Eddie Jack

      Eddie Jack Apparently you have not watched motorweek videos.

      about 1 year ago