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Brand New 70 Jeep Wrangler 2.0 Night Eagle 4dr Auto8

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From £49,850
£3499 initial rental
£499 per month

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Featured specification

Standard specification

Driver Convenience

Active speed limiting deviceApple car play/Android Auto
Emergency response assistance systemExterior temperature gauge
Instrument cluster with 7" colour TFT DisplayParksense rear park assist system
Parkview rear backup cameraPower Steering
Swap radio splash screenTrip computer
Uconnect 8.4" with navigationUconnect live - Europe
Vehicle information centre 

Entertainment

Alpine premium audio system with subwoofer + 9 speakersSteering wheel mounted audio controls
USB portWizard black radio bezel

Exterior Features

Auto dimming rear view mirrorAutomatic headlights
Black door mirrorsBody colour fender flares
Daytime running lamp systemDeep tint sunscreen glass
Gloss black fog lamp bezelsGloss black grille throats and headlamp bezels
Gloss black jeeb badges on fendersHeadlamp levelling
Headlamp off time delayLED fog lights
LED tail lampPower adjustable heated door mirrors
Power front windows with one touchPremium LED headlamps
Tow hooksTubular side steps
Windshield wipers with intermittent and variable 

Interior Features

12V auxiliary power outlet in centre console12V auxiliary power outlet in rear
2 way manual adjustable drivers lumbar support4 way manually adjustable passenger seat with height, reach,till and backrest
6 way manually adjustable drivers seat60/40 split folding rear seat
Cargo compartment floor matCentre console storage
Climate controlDoor armrest and console lid with black accent stitching
Front centre armrestFront headrests
Hardtop headlinerIlluminated front cupholders
Isofix child seat preparationLeather upholstery with bucket seats
Leather wrapped steering wheel with shift knobLED ambient lighting
Lockable gloveboxRear compartment storage system
Rear headrestsRear luggage cover
Reclining front seatsStorage nets
Storage traysSunvisors with illuminated vanity mirrors
Tilt adjustable steering columnWizard black console shifter bezel
Wizard black door appliquesWizard black outlet bezels
Wizard black painted mid bolsterWizard black steering wheel

Packs

Tech pack - Wrangler 

Safety

3x3 point rear seatbeltsABS
Driver / front passenger multi stage airbagsElectronic stability control
Front side airbagsHill descent control
Hill start assistTraction control
Tyre pressure monitoring warning lamp 

Security

Keyless entryKeyless go with 'push to start' button
Locking fuel filler capLocking wheel nuts
Premium security alarm 

Wheels

18" gloss black alloy wheelsFull size spare wheel
Vinyl spare wheel Cover
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Technical specification

Emissions - ICE

CO0.454CO2 (g/km)201
HC0.044NOx0.031
Particles0.0005Standard Euro EmissionsEURO 6
WLTP - CO2 (g/km) - Comb259WLTP - CO2 (g/km) - Comb - Max259
WLTP - CO2 (g/km) - Comb - Min254 

Engine and Drive Train

CamshaftDOHCCatalytic ConvertorTrue
CC1995Compression Ratio10.0:1
Cylinder LayoutIN-LINECylinders4
Cylinders - Bore (mm)84Cylinders - Stroke (mm)90
Fuel DeliveryTURBO DIRECT INJECTIONGears8 SPEED
Number of Valves16TransmissionAUTO

Fuel Consumption - ICE

EC Combined (mpg)31.4EC Extra Urban (mpg)37.7
EC Urban (mpg)25.7WLTP - FC (l/100km) - Comb11.3
WLTP - MPG - Comb25 

General

Badge Engine CC2.0Badge Power268
Based On ID86920Coin SeriesNight Eagle
Generation Mark3Insurance Group 1 - 50 Effective January 0740E
Manufacturers Corrosion Perforation Guarantee - Years7Manufacturers Paintwork Guarantee - Years2
NCAP Adult Occupant Protection %50NCAP Child Occupant Protection %69
NCAP Overall Rating - Effective February 091NCAP Pedestrian Protection %49
NCAP Safety Assist %32Special EditionTrue
Standard manufacturers warranty - Mileage60000Standard manufacturers warranty - Years3
Vehicle Homologation ClassM1 

Performance

Engine Power - BHP268Engine Power - KW200
Engine Power - RPM5250Engine Torque - LBS.FT295
Engine Torque - MKG40.8Engine Torque - NM400
Engine Torque - RPM3000 

Test Cycles

Emissions Test CycleWLTP 

Tyres

Alloys?TrueTyre Size Front255/70 R18
Tyre Size Rear255/70 R18Tyre Size SpareFULL SIZE
Wheel Type18" ALLOY 

Vehicle Dimensions

Height1838Length4882
Wheelbase3008Width1894

Weight and Capacities

Fuel Tank Capacity (Litres)81Luggage Capacity (Seats Down)1059
Luggage Capacity (Seats Up)548Max. Roof Load45
Max. Towing Weight - Braked2495No. of Seats5
Turning Circle - Kerb to Kerb12.28
The vehicle information above was correct at time of manufacture. Please speak to the dealership for full current specification.

Independent review

Review courtesy of Car and Driving

Jeep Wrangler

If you thought Jeep's Wrangler was strictly for Californian rock hoppers and D-list boy band members, think again. The current 'JL'-series fourth generation model offers new engine technology and has smarter looks. Jonathan Crouch reports

Ten Second Review

The Jeep Wrangler is one of the most iconic serious SUVs on the planet and has never been a car to shy away from even the toughest off-road conditions. The current model is this fourth generation 'JL'-series version, which takes a completely fresh approach beneath the bonnet, introduces modern safety standards and features a redesigned interior. There's even a PHEV derivative. It's still very much a Wrangler though.

Background

A bit of history first. Shortly after the surface of the earth cooled, vertebrates appeared, developed into dinosaurs and then died for reasons still not fully understood. Shortly thereafter, the Willys Jeep was built and spawned countless generations of Wrangler models, first driven by cigar-chomping beefcakes in aviator sunglasses who hadn't realised World War II had ended. Unfortunately, the brand image suffered a terrible knock in the mid Eighties when boy band Bros chose the Wrangler as their vehicle of choice. Bear with me, we're nearly there. Realising that the Wrangler just didn't cut it in an increasingly sophisticated world, Jeep subjected it to major surgery, creating the 'TJ' series model in 1997. This sold until the launch of the 'JK' series design in 2006, which was replaced by the current 'JL'-series fourth generation model in 2018. With the 'JL', the challenge for Jeep was to modernise the vehicle without alienating the hardcore fans of the marque. The first step was to make sure it rode a whole lot better than its predecessor (which wasn't too difficult). Since then, the brand has concentrated on gradually enhancing powertrain refinement and efficiency. Having done so, the company has tweaked the exterior looks, creating the MK4 model we're going to look at here.

Driving Experience

Just about the only way we can describe the ride of pre-2007-era Wrangler models to the uninitiated is to imagine being stricken with a rather severe case of haemorrhoids and then being superglued to a spacehopper. Perhaps that's a tad harsh but after the novelty of an old Wrangler's bouncy ride had worn off, you were left with a vehicle that could crawl through deep mud but which wasn't much good at anything else. With the current 'JK' series car, things certainly improved - if not dramatically then, at least, unequivocally. This design is much quieter than its predecessors too, thanks to beefed up insulation from engine and road noise. There's a choice of two conventional engines - a 2.2-litre Multijet II diesel with 200hp and 450Nm of torque. And a 2.0-litre turbo petrol unit with 265hp and 400Nm of torque. Both are mated to 8-speed auto transmission. Sadly, the rorty 3.6-litre V6 Pentastar petrol unit is no longer offered to European markets. You can though, talk to your dealer about a PHEV version, the Wrangler 4xe, which mates the 2.0-litre petrol engine to a motor generator unit and a 400V 17kWh battery pack which when charged, can offer up to 25 miles of electrified driving. These days, the Wrangler offers two active, on-demand full time 4WD systems - known as 'Command-Trac' and 'Rock-Trac'. These use next-generation Dana axles, Tru-Lock electric front and rear-axle lockers, a Trac-Lok limited-slip differential and an electronic front sway-bar disconnect system. Whichever engine you go for, the Wrangler is still brilliant off road, with its super aggressive approach and departure angles. Opt for the entry-level Sport or Sahara trims and the car comes with clever brake lock differentials. In the two-door short wheelbase line-up, the range-topping Rubicon model gets even more specialist front and rear locking differentials. On road manners feel safe and predictable, if a little slow-witted, but there are decent levels of grip and, on broken or rutted surfaces, the handling is no longer stymied by a bouncy ride.

Design and Build

Changes to this Wrangler's looks yo create this fourth generation design include small styling changes to the instantly recognizable keystone-shaped grille, iconic round headlamps and square tail lamps. Plus there are improved aerodynamics and Jeep promises a convenient fold-down windscreen for off-road purists, even more open-air freedom and dozens of different door, top and windscreen combinations. Quite a lot though, hasn't changed at all. The trapezoidal wheel arches, the external door hinges and the rubber bonnet catches are all present and correct, so the Wrangler still looks properly butch. The cabin is pretty spacious in all dimensions and a fold and tumble feature for the rear seat virtually doubles the available cargo capacity, while the curved glass windscreen reduces drag and helps refinement. On the inside, the cabin is actually a lot more car-like that you expect it might be, with decently smart surfaces, a neat instrument panel, plenty of storage areas and an intuitive switchgear layout. Heated, power mirrors are optional and rearward visibility is aided by large rear windows.

Market and Model

The fourth generation Jeep Wrangler is offered in two or four-door configurations. Pricing starts at just under £49,000 for the two-door models, offered in Overland and Rubicon forms. Most buyers choose a four-door variant (for which the starting price is about £48,500), with a choice of Sahara, Night Eagle, Overland and Rubicon trims. Engine-wise, the main selection is between a 2.0-litre petrol or a 2.2-litre CRD diesel, priced identically. Either way, you have to have 8-speed auto transmission. You can also talk to your dealer about the clever '4xe' PHEV plug-in petrol version. As for kit, well even on basic variants, expect to find 16-inch steel wheels, a DVD-compatible stereo with six speakers and remote keyless entry offered as standard. Range topping Rubicon variants will have a '4:1 Rock Trac' part-time four-wheel drive system, electronic front detachable anti roll bars, Tru-Loc front and rear axles and performance suspension. New features this time round include LED headlamps and tail lamps, plus a more sophisticated Uconnect infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and the choice of 5.0, 7.0 or 8.4-inch touchscreens with pinch-and-zoom capability. An array of safety and security systems are also now on offer, including Blind-spot Monitoring with Rear Cross Path detection, a ParkView rear backup camera with dynamic grid lines, electronic stability control (ESC) with electronic roll mitigation and four standard air bags. It makes it sound as if the Wrangler has become gentrified. Don't be fooled. Bottom line? Only buy this car if you're very serious about off-roading. Otherwise you'll merely be wasting your money.

Cost of Ownership

All the available engines have all the right efficiency kit to offer a big step forward for Wrangler buyers when it comes to CO2 and fuel consumption stats. An engine stop/start system features with every powerplant. The 2.0-litre petrol unit combines the use of a Twin Scroll turbocharger, a new C-EGR system, central direct injection and the independent liquid cooling intake of air, throttle body and turbo, all in a bid to reduce consumption. The combined cycle fuel figure is 31.4mpg and 201g/km with manual transmission (WLTP). The 2.2-litre diesel meanwhile, features a multiway EGR system, with LP EGR and HP EGR, both cooled. In addition the air is cooled with a Water Cooled Air Cooler that helps to reduce emissions. The aftertreatment has a underfloor SCR system that reduces NOx to negligible values and a DOC and DPF close coupled to the engine for the particulate Matter reduction. Both these aftertreatment systems makes the vehicle compliant to the latest RDE Euro 6/D standards. The combined cycle fuel figure is 36.7mpg and 202g/km with manual transmission (WLTP). The Wrangler 4xe hybrid powertrain has three modes of operation, known as E Selec. The driver can select the desired powertrain mode via buttons mounted on the instrument panel, to the left of the steering wheel. Regardless of the mode selected, the Wrangler 4xe operates as hybrid once the battery nears its minimum state of charge. There are three settings. In the first, 'Hybrid', this default mode blends torque from the 2.0-litre engine and electric motor. In 'Electric', the powertrain operates on sero-emission electric power only until the battery reaches the minimum charge or the driver requests more torque (such as wide-open throttle), which engages the 2.0-litre engine. The third mode, 'eSave' prioritises propulsion from the 2.0-litre engine, saving the battery charge for later use, such as EV off-roading or urban areas where internal combustion propulsion is restricted.

Summary

Jeep has had to walk a very precarious tightrope in its improvements to the Wrangler. On the one hand, they needed to make it smarter and more relevant to the majority of SUV buyers, while at the same time not alienating those customers who loved the model's rough, tough go-anywhere ability. After looking at this MK4 'JL'-series model, we think many brand loyalists will feel that the company has succeeded in achieving this. Although still not a good choice if your SUV will have a heavy diet of on-road work, this Jeep is now a more capable all-rounder, more comfortable and with a much improved interior. But it's still very much a Wrangler. And that's all that really matters.

Performance
50%
Handling
50%
Comfort
40%
Space
50%
Styling
80%
Build
70%
Value
50%
Equipment
70%
Economy
50%
Depreciation
80%
Insurance
60%

* This vehicle is affected by the new 2020 road tax rules. Find out more

** Depending on the age of the vehicle, MPG and CO2 may be quoted using either NEDC or WLTP testing standards. Find out more

Figures are provided for comparison purposes. Fuel consumption under real world driving conditions and the CO2 produced will depend upon a number of factors, including any accessories fitted after registration, variations in driving styles, weather conditions and vehicle load.

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Monthly payment£499
Initial Rental£3499
Term (months)36
Cash price£49,850
Contract mileage24,000
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