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Jeep Wrangler

$81,450 - $90,450* MRLP

Jeep’s iconic Wrangler lives on, keeping live axles and serious off-road capability. Powered by a 3.6-litre petrol V6, it can be had in short and long wheelbases, soft tops and hard lids. The Wrangler is a unique model with rich heritage, old-school heart and some good technology.

Latest Jeep Wrangler ratings breakdown


Safety Technology
Ride Quality
Infotainment & Connectivity
Handling & Dynamics
Energy Efficiency
Driver Technology
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Interior Comfort & Packaging
Fit for Purpose
2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Overland review
Review | 27 Jun 2022


Like seeing a cowboy in a suit, the Jeep Wrangler Overland tries to add some road manners, and a cool powered roof, to the adventure staple. Does it work?
2018 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon versus the Rubicon Trail: Rear View Mirror
Review | 28 Nov 2021
For 25 years, Drive has been at the forefront of Australian motoring media. In our new series, Rear View Mirror, we delve into the back catalogue of thousands of reviews to bring you some of the memories.
2021 Jeep Wrangler v Suzuki Jimny review: Off-road comparison
Review | 28 Apr 2021


Biggest isn't always best, and the alternative is a dying breed of four-wheel drive. We take a closer look at two surviving examples of short-wheelbase life.

2020 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon Short Wheelbase off-road review
Review | 9 Apr 2021


Is this the best option in the line-up?

Jeep Wrangler Specs:

Select Variant (3 available)
8 Speed Automatic
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Fuel Efficiency
9.7L / 100km
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Jeep price rises hit overdrive, Wrangler up $19,000 in 12 months
news | 4 Oct 2022
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New Models | 16 Sep 2022
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Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator prices rise again by up to $12,100
news | 1 Sep 2022
Prices of the Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator have risen by between $3000 and $12,100 depending on model.

Jeep increases prices on Wrangler and Gladiator by up to $7000
news | 16 Feb 2022
Wrangler and Gladiator deposit holders are facing the prospect of paying the higher price to secure their orders. 
'Jurassic World Dominion' marks a major automotive U-turn
Culture | 11 Jun 2022
Movie-goers watching 'Jurassic World Dominion' will notice the film's cars have switched from Mercedes-Benz to Jeep.
Video: 2021 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Recon Short Wheelbase reviewPlayIconRounded
Video | 9 Dec 2021
The short-wheelbase Wrangler Rubicon is making a short comeback to Australia in 2021, with only 40 vehicles making up a 100-strong contingent of ‘Recon’ special-edition models.
The missing pieces – what models are absent from brand line-ups in Australia?
Opinion | 3 Jun 2021
Isn't it great when manufacturers listen to their consumers? Hyundai, give us a large seven-seater. Kia, we'd love a smaller SUV and Jaguar Land Rover, please extend your warranty. Done deal.

Designing an icon
Culture | 22 May 2020
How Jeep's head of design respects the tradition of the storied brand.
2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited: owner review
Owner Review | 30 Oct 2021
As the saying goes. "There is only One Jeep". I've been driving Jeeps for 12 years now, and this is my third one.Owner: Andrew Tan
2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport: owner review
Owner Review | 30 Sep 2021
I've wanted a Jeep, CJ / Wrangler for as long as I can remember. So I am pleased to say I have no regrets in buying mine.Owner: Milan
2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Renegade (4x4): owner review
Owner Review | 28 Nov 2020
OMG, after using your rating system, I wonder why I love my Wrangler. I suppose the Wrangler is not a car, it has never pretended to be a car and this makes it unique in a world of SUV’s. The reason I am a Wrangler owner who is willing to put up with everyone’s negative opinion is because it is an awesome off-roader that I can remove the roof, doors and even lower the windscreen to enjoy the nature without having to walk. I found it amazing that when I told my friends that wanted to buy a Jeep, how negative people were (now I know how Manly supporters feel). No one had firsthand experience of owning a Jeep, they all read something.I have taken Jeep hates off-road and I even let them drive, it’s amazing how quickly there telling everyone how good they are off-road. It’s my daily driver and weekend toy. It safely transports my 2 German Shepherds thanks to dog harness attaching to the roll bar above their bodies. I treat my Wrangler like a Ute, it carries my surfboards and mountain bikes easily because of the square shape. Apparently you can even hose it out due to the carpet being easily removed and the abundance of drain plugs. The Wrangler has been simple for me to service as everything is easy to access and there has been no issue accessing parts. I have found the Lismore Jeep dealership very professional when I have had the recalls completed. The main problem for me at the dealership is trying not to buy the new JL Wrangler. One of the best things about being a Jeeper is the Jeep community support. I enjoy the opportunity to join in on the “Topless days” and many more Jeep events. The Jeep wave is great (I know, I am sad), but I love that sense of belonging. Jeeps are addictive, my wife has the Grand Cherokee (a lovely tourer) and my daughter has owned a Cherokee (surprisingly good off-road) and most evenings are spent looking at what future modifications I may do. That is a great thing about a Wrangler, you can personalise it. In my small town every recognises me because of my Jeep. It was better a few years back when my Jeep was the only one in the area. Today I see so many more Jeeps around which is great, as they all look slightly different. Driving a Wrangler on the road does come with some challenges, Having a suspension lift and mud terrain tyres has affected the on road handling, it reminds of my old HR Holden, a little bit floaty and it’s not the quickest thing around the corners. The wrangler has been a chore on the long distance road trips, but I have loved every kilometre I have travelled in it. My Wrangler being a 2007 model means it is missing out on the niceties of the new Wrangler. The Jeep Wrangler is not for everyone, either you enjoy rock climbing or the novelty of having a 4 door convertible. The Wrangler suits my active lifestyle and has only done 192,000 km’s, so I will keep for another 50,000 km’s before I upgrade to the new JL Wrangler rubicon.

2005 Jeep Wrangler Renegade Extreme Sport review
Owner Review | 23 Feb 2018
I recently fulfilled a long time dream and bought a Jeep Wrangler. It has an interior you can hose out!! Being a special edition it has a temperature gauge and compass in the rear view mirror! Amazing technology (:)) I wanted a 4 seat convertible and it fits the bill perfectly. I am a performance car nut and have owned numerous high performance rides. This car has taught me that there is more to life than performance. This is the first car that puts a smile on my dial without pushing any limits - warm night, top down and off you go. It loves trails and off road with its short wheelbase and low down torque. There is no technology to speak of, the brakes are rubbish but work well enough, the engine is a 4.0L six torque lump with a 4 speed auto. Fuel economy is average at best. It even has a fold down windscreen! To attach all soft top bits is annoying and the hardtop weighs a ton. At least I have an aftermarket stereo with bluetooth. It is related to the WW2 Willys Jeep and I know they only sold about 10,000 of these in 10 years in Australia. Any car related to a vehicle credited with helping the allies win the war has to be legendary!! What other car offers such instantly familiar looks other than a 911, mini or Beetle? Whether you love them or hate them you must admit they are a motoring legend. My kids love it and, strangely , so do I. It proves speed isn't everything. One of the most surprising things is the reaction from other people - plenty of thumbs up, comments, waves from other Jeep drivers. This car makes you happy when you are driving it and makes other happy, whether they are passengers or other road users. Unfortunately, the Car Advice ratings scale don't have any relating to fun or 'x' factor as this would be off the charts. It may be mediocre on all measurable criteria but in the real world it is awesome. I'm sold.

Jeep Wrangler rivals


Hyundai IONIQ 5

3 badges available
$ 69,900 - $ 85,000* MRLP

Jaguar F-PACE

11 badges available
$ 79,461 - $ 188,700* MRLP

Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class

8 badges available
$ 60,688 - $ 121,900* MRLP

Volkswagen Touareg

14 badges available
$ 87,990 - $ 116,290* MRLP

Jeep Wrangler Deals

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2022 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 3.6L SUV 4XD

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2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Night Eagle 3.6L SUV 4XD

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2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Overland 3.6L SUV 4XD

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2022 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon 3.6L SUV 4XD

* ‘MRLP’ is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.