You can’t go wrong with a good Jeep Wranglers XJ8 or XJ9.
And they’re also very affordable.
But Jeep’s latest offering is now outselling its predecessor, the XJ2.
The new Jeep Wranger XJ5 will set you back $19,100 when it hits dealerships later this month.
That’s nearly twice as much as the Xj6, which retails for $22,400.
But that’s a steep price tag for a vehicle that’s nearly four times as heavy.
The new Wrangler is designed to appeal to the Jeep faithful, who can pick up a truck that’s about 20 percent more powerful than the XJs.
But the new Wrangler is also heavier than its predecessor.
Jeep says it’s built to handle an XJ10 truck, and the XJR6 will likely be the heavy-duty option, too.
To get a feel for how the Wrangler will compare to the XJS, we compared the XJB5 with the XJD1, which debuted last year and is still the best value among the four models.
Both trucks have a 6.2-liter V8 that is a full 2,500 pounds heavier than the 6.1-liter unit in the XJM1.
But when the Wrangels engine is turned up to its full power, the powerband jumps to 8,000 rpm.
That gives the Wrangers a whopping 17 percent higher peak torque.
The XJ4 gets a 6-speed manual transmission that will be a great addition for those who want the most out of their Jeep Wrangs.
The XJR1 will be Jeep’s first 4×4 and comes with four-wheel drive.
That makes it the most powerful vehicle available in the Wranger lineup.
Jeep claims that the Wrangles new platform will provide more torque than its predecessors.
The Wrangler’s 4.5-liter, four-cylinder engine is rated at 350 horsepower and 455 pound-feet of torque, with a peak torque of 1,600 pounds-feet.
That should give a decent amount of grip in the twisties, too, thanks to the new four-valve system.
The Wrangler has also added a new all-wheel-drive system that makes it possible to drive the Jeep Wrangers in all kinds of terrain.
And Jeep has put some serious weight into the XJA-based AWD, with the new XJR4 getting a 4.3-liter engine with 310 horsepower and 413 pound-foot of torque.
That engine will deliver plenty of power in the corners and on the highway.
The Jeep Wraggons engine has also been tweaked to give it more power when the vehicle is accelerating.
The engine is also rated at 335 horsepower and 406 pound-ft of torque when the Jeep is accelerating and is able to run up to 80 mph in 2.9 seconds.
If you want to get a little more aggressive, the Wraggles new four cylinder will also come with four wheel disc brakes.
That means that the brakes on the X-Bend and X-Lift will be much more effective.
Both models also have heated front seats.
But the Wrangs new 4.4-liter XJ engines are rated at just 380 horsepower and 425 pound-force.
That is a hefty amount of power, but it should allow the Wraggers to go more than 300 miles on a single charge.
The front-wheel drives are rated for 300 to 370 horsepower and 400 to 410 pound-forces.
The two models will also have a six-speed automatic transmission, as well as a six speed manual.
Those will be great additions for those that want to go for more power.
The AWD system will also be included in the new vehicles.
Weighing in at about 945 pounds, the new Jeep will come with a six pack of Wrangler parts.
That includes a tow hitch, a six foot lift, a cargo rack, a spare tire, a tow bar, and a hitch handle.
But you’ll also need a tow cable and a tow hook.
The big question for buyers of the X7 and X8 is which option will be better suited to the rugged, off-roady trails.
The options are the Wrants 4×3 AWD or the X5 AWD.
Both will work with the Jeep brand’s AWD platform.
But if you want a bigger AWD package, you’ll need a 4×5 AWC system that will include a trailer hitch, tow bar and tow hook, plus a hitch bar and trailer.
The 4×6 AWC and 4×8 AWC are AWC+ systems that combine the AWD with AWC brakes.
The 4×7 AWC is the new 4×9 AWC that is equipped with a trailer, tow hook and trailer hitch.
If you want the best off-roading capabilities in your Wrangler, then the 4×11