2018 Jeep Wrangler Owner's Guide Has Been Leaked

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It contains everything you need to know.

It was only a matter of time until this happened. Someone has leaked the all-new 2018 Jeep Wrangler order guide online. And yes, this leaked guide (click here for the PDF file) reveals everything about the new Wrangler. Set to make its official live debut at LA in early December, the new Wrangler looks very much like its immediate predecessor, not to mention all of its ancestors. Obviously Jeep knew not to mess too much with an iconic design, so everything new is under the skin. And there’s a lot that’s new there.

The interior, all technical specs, even the doors and dashboard lighting info – it’s all included in this guide. As we’ve been combing through the material, there was one new thing in particular that caught our attention, the new power sliding roof. The guide confirms this power top is not removable, unlike the familiar soft and hard tops. But it can be opened at speeds up to 60 mph and there’s a manual mode as well. Another thing we found interesting is that Jeep made entry to the rear seat even easier than the outgoing model. Based on the images within the guide, the interior itself, notably the dashboard, is more premium than before.

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We wouldn’t call it luxurious, this is a Wrangler after all, but features like heated seats and steering wheel will certainly increase the comfort level. There’s also close-up shots of things like the 8.4-inch infotainment system (with UConnect, finally!) and upgraded build materials. For those who like to tow stuff, the two-door Wrangler can tow up to 2,000 pounds while the four-door Unlimited has a 3,500 pound maximum capability. These figures are for Wranglers powered by the turbo 2.0-liter four-cylinder; 3.6-liter V6 numbers weren’t listed. Other modern features include start/stop technology and a backup camera with sensors. There’s a lot of information here folks, so take your time reading through it all.

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