Jeep released a special edition in honor of the most massive SUV of the World War IISeptember 7, 2019
Jeep Wrangler Willys features design touches and equipment
Jeep announced the release of two limited versions of the Wrangler: Black & Tan and Willys. The first specification is more comfortable than a conventional SUV, and Willys’s performance is focused on off-road potential. In addition, Jeep confirmed the debut at the Wranglers 3.0-liter turbodiesel.
Externally, Wrangler Willys is distinguished by stickers on the hood, a black-graphite radiator grill, running boards from the Rubicon, all-weather floor mats and 32-inch Firestone tires with original wheels. From the most prepared for off-road version, Rubicon Willys also “inherited” the rear limited slip differential, the two-stage Command-Trac 4×4 razdatka, reinforced brakes and shock absorbers.
The Black & Tan modification is issued by 17-inch alloy wheels, a beige soft top, a Wizard Black front panel, Heritage Tan upholstery, dual-zone climate control and a seven-inch multi-touch touch screen. Both versions are based on “medium” trim levels.
In addition, the Wranglers are waiting for an early expansion of the powertrain line – four-door SUVs for the US market will receive a V6 3.0 EcoDiesel turbo engine. The heavy fuel power unit develops 264 horsepower (599 Nm of torque) and will appear in the configurator in 2020. Previously, Wrangler diesel engines with a 2.2-liter 200-horsepower (450 Nm of torque) engine were sold only in Europe.
Prices for the two-door Wrangler Willys and Wranger Black & Tan start in the US with $ 32,940. Four-door SUVs will cost more: the Willys version is priced at $ 37,240, and Black & Tan – at $ 36,440.
For comparison, the basic two-door Wrangler in the United States costs $ 28 thousand, and for a four-door modification you need to pay at least $ 31.5 thousand. The price list for an SUV with a turbodiesel has not yet been announced.
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