Production of the 2022 Jeep Wrangler should begin at the Toledo Assembly Plant in Ohio on December Dec 16, 2021.
The new 2022 Jeep Wrangler is currently available to order on Jeep’s official website. Customers can build and price their vehicles. On Thursday next week, Jeep plans to kick off the Wrangler production at its facility in Toledo (Ohio, USA).
The model is highly customizable. The non-hybrid vehicle comes in 11 trim levels, 2- or 4-door configurations: four doors are available for the whole range, two doors – for Sport, Willys Sport, Sport S and Willys trims.
The entry-level 2022 Jeep Wrangler Sport’s starting net price is $29,725 (2-Door) and $33,225 (4-Door) before taxes, title, a $1,595 destination charge, other fees. The most expensive Wrangler Rubicon 392 costs $75,095. The mid-level Sahara is priced at $40,745.
The base engine is a 3.6-liter Pentastar V6. The standard transmission is a 6-speed manual one. Other engine choices include a turbocharged 2.0-liter I4 DOHC unit, a 6.4-liter V8 SRT HEMI, a 3.0-liter V6 turbo-diesel. An 8-speed automatic transmission (8HP75 or 850RE) comes for higher trim levels.
There is one interesting thing about the 2022 Jeep Wrangler. While purchasers can choose from 10 exterior colors, Tuscadero Pearl-Coat has become the most popular special-edition color this year. Jeep offers this paint for such 2022 Wrangler models as Sport, Sahara, Rubicon, 4xe and 392.
Tuscadero has been ordered by 30,000 U.S. customers since August 2021, when it became available to order. Now Jeep has added this exterior paint on the Wrangler in Canada in response to strong customer demand. Canadians can place an order through this December. The color costs $395 in the country. In the USA, Tuscadero costs $245.
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Update: the dealer I ordered mine through sent me an email this morning (Jan 4, 2022) that Jeep hasn’t yet started production of the 2022 MY Wranglers. He also wrote, “I can only hope that means they will start the 2022 run soon.”