Jeep Wrangler 0-60 times

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2018 Jeep Wrangler 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
Rubicon 2dr 4x4

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 89 mph
Sport 2dr 4x4

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 89 mph

2017 Jeep Wrangler 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
Rubicon 2dr 4x4,285 hp

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 89 mph
Sahara 2dr 4x4,285 hp

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 89 mph
Sport 2dr 4x4,285 hp

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 89 mph

2016 Jeep Wrangler 0-60 times, all trims

Trim, HP, Engine, Transmission0-60 times1/4 mile times
Rubicon 2dr 4x4,285 hp

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 98 mph
Sahara 2dr 4x4,285 hp

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 98 mph
Sport 2dr 4x4,285 hp

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 98 mph


Jeep Wrangler 0-60 mph acceleration across years

Year of a Model0-60 times1/4 mile times
2018

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 89 mph
2017

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 89 mph
2016

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 98 mph
2015

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 98 mph
2014

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 98 mph
2013

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 98 mph
2012

6.8 sec

15.3 @ 98 mph
2011

7.9 sec

16.1 @ 89 mph
2010

7.9 - 8.5 sec

16.1 @ 89 - 16.6 @ 87 mph
2009

7.5 - 8.1 sec

15.8 @ 89 - 16.3 @ 88 mph
2008

7.3 - 8.6 sec

15.4 @ 89 - 16.7 @ 85 mph
2007

7.5 - 8.6 sec

15.8 @ 89 - 16.7 @ 85 mph
2006

8.1 - 10.1 sec

16.1 @ 81 - 17.4 @ 74 mph
2005

8.1 - 10.1 sec

16.1 @ 81 - 17.4 @ 74 mph
2004

8 - 10.3 sec

16.1 @ 79 - 17.4 @ 76 mph
2003

7.9 - 10.3 sec

16 @ 80 - 17.4 @ 76 mph
2002

6.85 - 9.2 sec

15 @ 0 - 17.35 @ 0 mph
2001

7.1 - 9.05 sec

15.25 @ 0 - 17.2 @ 0 mph
2000

11 - 12.6 sec

19 @ 0 - 19.5 @ 0 mph
1999

11 - 12.6 sec

19 @ 0 - 19.5 @ 0 mph

Cars with the same 0-60 time

2018 Hyundai Elantra

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.2 sec @ 92
2018 Hyundai Santa Fe Sport

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15 sec @ 90
2018 Hyundai Sonata

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.3 sec @ 94
2018 Kia Optima

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.2 sec @ 94
2018 Lexus RX 350

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.1 sec @ 93
2018 Porsche Cayenne

0-60 times 6.8 sec

1/4 mile 15.4 sec @ 88

One of the most recognizable vehicles on the road, the iconic Wrangler is all-new for the 2018 model year. Sure, it doesn’t look like it on the outside, but the Wrangler has never been about modern styling, but for a more “retro” approach. And truth to be told, the Wrangler has always worn the same cloth, with only small changes from generation to generation.

The new Wrangler still sits on a ladder frame – great news for everyone that’s into off-road driving. Jeeps says that the all-new architecture will improve driving on the road, while still retaining the great off-road characteristics. The 2018 Jeep Wrangler is also lighter than before, which improves performance and fuel economy. All of that is wrapped into a package that looks cool and will always attract attention from the surroundings.

 

Jeep Wrangler Performance

The 2018 Jeep Wrangler is available with two engines at launch. The highly-popular and well-known 3.6-liter V6 with 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque is the base engine, paired either with an eight-speed automatic transmission or a six-speed manual. We especially like the V6 and eight-speed auto combo, as it provides strong acceleration in every gear and is very smooth on the road too. The six-speed manual is precise, but fewer gears mean that the engine will be in the less-torquey, low-rev region for longer periods – the V6 tops the torque number at a very high 4.800 rpm.

The other engine available is a “mild-hybrid” system, which is a combination of a 2.0-liter turbocharged petrol engine and 48-volt electric system, for a combined total output of 270 horsepower. That’s less than the V6, but the real story here is the torque – the mild-hybrid has 295 pound-feet that arrive at only 3.000 rpm. Thanks to this, the 2.0-liter turbocharged mild-hybrid is much more responsive, especially off-road. Also, the mild-hybrid achieves better fuel efficiency – here, the air conditioning and electric systems can run on the 48-volt system even when the engine is not running.

Driving dynamics in the new Jeep Wrangler are improved compared to the old model, but you shouldn’t expect miracles. Ride quality is also better, but if you want a comfortable driving experience, opt for the longer Wrangler Unlimited model, as the shorter model has a choppy ride. Both models are amazing off-road, but if you’re very serious into tackling heavy terrain, there is the Rubicon model that comes with a suspension upgrade and massive 33-inch wheels.

 

Exterior & Interior

The Wrangler is offered in several different body styles and roof options, but all of them have something in common – a retro design that looks tough and robust. This look certainly catches the eye and makes the owner looks like he (or she) knows what he wants.

The interior continues with the retro styling, but things here are more playful thanks to a center-mounted 5.0-inch infotainment system (much better 8.4-inch option available) and more liberal use of buttons and switches. The materials are rugged and suit the car very well.

 

Conclusion

The Jeep Wrangler is all-new for 2018 model year, but that doesn’t mean that it detracts from its predecessors much. That said, it’s better in almost every area and even comes with a new “mild-hybrid” engine that’s both strong and efficient. And in Rubicon guise, it’s the best off-road vehicle you can find right now.

Ivo Gievski



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