2024 Jeep Wrangler specs and pricing announced

By Evan Spence 5 Min Read

For 2024, the Jeep Wrangler sees new Australian pricing, new specs and a new 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol motor. I’m sure you can tell already, this isn’t going to be a cheap 4×4. But for those that want a capable four-wheel drive, with solid axles and a removable roof, there’s not much else like it. Here’s a brief summary of what has been reported so far. We’ll get back to you after a proper drive of the 2024 Jeep Wrangler. Until then, on with the show.


What’s the story?

What we do know, is the 3.6L V6 Pentastar motor has been kicked in the bin for the 2024 Jeep Wrangler range, and has replaced by a 2.0L turbo-charged petrol engine. To think, the 2024 Wrangler will have the same capacity motor as a GWM Tank… I’ll just leave that there.

It’s not confirmed if the 3.6L motor will stay in the JT Gladiator, so we’ll focus on that another time.

Sad days for Jeep V6 fans? Or are you looking forward to the new motor?


For 2024, Jeep is bringing quite a big change to the Wrangler line-up. There is a new 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol-powered motor. Jeep says this offers a claimed 200kW of power, which will be delivered at similar RPM compared to the previous 3.6L Pentastar engine.

Jeep has also reported this 2.0L turbo petrol engine will produce a claimed 400Nm of torque. They also say this engine will consume less fuel in the process. If the GWM Tank is anything to go by, I’m seeing reports of between 12L-14L/100km. And no Jeep fans, I’m not saying they are the same motor. Just the same capacity, with a turbo, pushing a brick-shaped 4×4. It will be an interesting comparison to put together in the future, however.


2024 Jeep Wrangler Specs

  • 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine
  • Heavy Duty Dana 44 full-floating rear axle on Rubicon Spec
  • Front TrailCam standard on Rubicon
  • New front grille
  • New wheel designs
  • Antenna relocation to windshield glass
  • Front “Gorilla Glass” windshield
  • Side curtain airbags
  • Rear seat reminder (four-door)
  • 12.3-inch Uconnect5 touchscreen
  • Front powered seats (Overland/4-door Rubicon)
  • Nappa Leather Seats (Rubicon)
  • Claimed improvements to NVH

Off-road stuff

The 2024 Wrangler retains a body-on-frame design, with a 5-link front and rear suspension. Jeep mention the upper and lower control arms used in the 5-link suspension setup are made from high-strength steel. Vague, yet hopefully a good thing. There’s also full-width high-strength steel track bars, and tuned shocks for what Jeep says will offer balanced on-road and off-road performance. Again, we will hold judgement until we experience the 2024 Jeep Wrangler.

Sport S and Overland models feature the Selec-Trac® 4×4, providing both part-time low and high range and high range full-time automatic 2WD to 4WD shifts based on conditions. Rubicon models come standard with the Rock-Trac® 4×4 System, offering a 4:1 low gear ratio, 77.2:1 crawl ratio, Tru-Lok® electronic locking front and rear differentials and an electronic front sway bar disconnect.


Pricing for the 2024 Jeep Wrangler range, including Sport S 4DR, Overland 4-door, Rubicon 2-door and Rubicon four-door can be found below. Current Jeep Wrangler pricing can be found here.

Sport S 4-door2.0L Turbo8-speed auto4WDPetrol200kW$75,950
Overland 4-door2.0L Turbo8-speed auto4WDPetrol200kW$84,950
Rubicon 2-door2.0L Turbo8-speed auto4WDPetrol200kW$83,950
Rubicon 4-door2.0L Turbo8-speed auto4WDPetrol200kW$90,450
These are not drive-away prices – pricing subject to change – click the link above


The 2024 Wrangler lineup sees first and second row side curtain airbags across all models, as well as driver and passenger front and side seat-mounted airbags. Another new feature is the rear seat reminder alert (4DR only) which informs the driver when children or packages may inadvertently be left behind. No ANCAP testing has been undertaken as of yet, as far as we are aware, and we look forward to seeing the results when they are made public. Currently, the Jeep Wrangler has a 3-star ANCAP rating, with the last test being conducted back in 2019 .

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