Before it became an entirely new model in its own right, the Renegade package was an option that included hood stripes and Renegade decals. It also had a heavy-duty frame and springs.
An iconic special edition during the 70s and 80s, especially in the original Oakleaf Brown paint, the Golden Eagle edition added little extra utility beyond extra lighting on the roll bar.
The Wrangler had always been a small utility vehicle, but the Unlimited special edition normalized the 13-inch longer wheelbase and laid the groundwork for the 4-door Wrangler.
The Willys rekindles the military origins of the hardy little SUV. It has aggressive off-road tires and a limited-slip differential. The modern edition is even more capable.
The Rubicon was originally a special edition designed specifically to overcome the trail of the same name with a special transfer case and Tru-Lok differential.
One of the hardiest Rubicons out there, the Hard Rock is also surprisingly plush, with a high-quality interior that includes many options you normally have to tick a box for.
One of many special editions for the original JL Wrangler, the Chief uses blue and white paint to pay respect to the Chief Cherokee and combines off-roading with beach-side vibes.
This special edition was designed for the Black Bear Pass, making use of a Command-Trac transfer case, and Dana front and rear axles. The Kevlar-reinforced tires were iconic.
The North Edition proves that the Wrangler can play in the snow just as easily as in the mud. It gets a heated steering wheel and seats, as well as a safety kit and towing equipment.
Only 3,500 of these video game tie-in models were made. It is based on the Rubicon, so it has genuine off-roading ability to go with its bold looks and MW3 badging.
Made to bridge the gap between the Sahara and Rubicon trims, the Moab gives owners the best of both worlds with on-road comfort and enough off-road chops for most adventures.