The Jeep Wrangler has got updates for 2021. More standard equipment added. Will it be able to withstand competition with the Ford Bronco?
The 2021 model year is remarkable for the Jeep Wrangler. Firstly, due to the arrival of the first-ever all-electric version.
Secondly, due to a direct competition, for the first time, with the new Ford Bronco the Blue Oval plans to launch.
New changes the 2021 Jeep Wrangler lineup brings include the Sahara’s Selec-Trac full-time transfer case available on the Sport trims.
It switches automatically from two-wheel drive on clear roads to four-wheel drive for continuous traction on unclear ones (mud, snow, ice).
The Rubicon models get a full-time Rock-Trac system.
The Jeep Wrangler Sahara and Rubicon vehicles will come with the forward-facing off-road camera now.
Other additions include the Selectable Tire Fill-Alerts available for the Wranglers with a 7-inch Uconnect.
The Technology Group Package becomes standard on the 2021 Sport S model lineup. It adds the 7-inch Uconnect touchscreen infotainment system, air-conditioning with automatic temperature control; air filtering, GPS antenna input, Apple CarPlay and Google Android Auto; SiriusXM with 1-Year Radio Subscription, and a USB host flip hub.
The Rubicon models receive the standard Off-Road Plus feature. Pushing a button, drivers can adjust throttle, transmission shift points, traction control to achieve peak performance on higher speed passes on sand terrain or during low-speed rock crawling.
Besides, two new colors will be added – Hydro Blue and Snazzberry, plus 8 colors return for 2021: Black, Hellayella, Bright White, Sarge Green, Billet Silver, Sting-Gray, Granite Crystal, and Firecracker Red.
Source: Mopar Insiders