Both variants of the Jeep Wrangler get the ‘80th Anniversary Edition’ badging and there's also a new 'Made-in-India' badge on the tailgate long with the Indian flag. The three-door version of the Wrangler, however, is not offered in India. Both variants of the Wrangler come with the option of five colors - white, black, grey, granite, and red. One of the most unique features about the Wrangler is that it comes with removable doors and frames. The made-in-India Jeep Wrangler remains absolutely unchanged in terms of design. The no-nonsense design theme still looks the part. Wrangler Rubicon variant exclusively comes equipped with front and rear locking differentials, Offroad+ mode (this allows you to adjust throttle response, transmission shift point and traction control), and even an electronic sway bar disconnect for better wheel articulation.
|Variant||Old Price||New Price||Difference|
|Unlimited||INR 63.94 lakh||INR 53.90 lakh||INR 10.04 lakh|
|Rubicon||INR 68.94 lakh||INR 57.90 lakh||INR 11.04 lakh|
This also allows you to shift from 2WD to 4WD on the go, as long as the SUV is below 70kph. The Rubicon also gets a 4:1 low-range gearbox ratio and a higher crawl ratio of 77:1. Meanwhile, the Unlimited variant gets a 2.72:1 low-range gearbox ratio and its crawl ratio is 44:1. The Rubicon also has higher ground clearance at 217mm (214mm for Unlimited). The Wrangler rivals other hardcore off-roaders like the Mercedes-Benz G-Wagon (INR 1.62 Crore to INR 2.42 Crore)* and the Land Rover Defender (INR 73.98 lakh to INR 1.08 crore)* in the Indian market, but is significantly more affordable than both of them. Stay tuned to IndianAutosBlog.com for more Jeep updates and other four-wheeler news. *Ex-showroom price, India