The Jeep Wrangler 4xe hybrid has won the Wards 10 Best Engines and Propulsion Systems award.
Recently Canadian Wards voted the Jeep Wrangler’s innovative 4xe plug-in hybrid propulsion system the 10 Best Engines and Propulsion Systems winner. The 400-volt system provides almost silent running, eco-friendliness, Jeep’s famous 4×4 off-road capability, and 21 miles of zero-emission electric-only range. It is rated at a very decent 59 MPGe.
The award-winning 4xe propulsion system combines two electric motors, a 2.0-liter I-4 engine, and an 8-speed automatic transmission. The E Selec modes – Hybrid, Electric, eSave – let the driver tailor the vehicle propulsion to the travel. This conserves the battery pack charge for later use.
The Jeep Wrangler 4xe’s 17-kWh battery recharges in about 2 hours on Level 2 (220 V) power and about 12 hours on Level 1 (110 V) household power.
Jeep launched the Wrangler 4xe modification in early 2021. In its first year on the market, the model has managed to receive consumer recognition and praise from the media.
The model is No.1 selling plug-in hybrid in America. Today there are grounds to say that this version is successful, and that Jeep made the right decision by offering it.
The Wrangler 4xe is on the roads in North America, Europe, and China. In the USA and Canada, the 4xe variant is available for Sahara, Rubicon, High Altitude grades.
Source: Stellantis Media