At the point when the new JL Wrangler appeared for 2018, two motors were accessible—a reexamined adaptation of Chrysler’s respected 3.6-liter Pentastar V-6, and another 2.0-liter turbo four-chamber. For 2020, a 3.0-liter diesel V-6 joins the blend, giving the Wrangler an immense lift in torque, and likely efficiency.
The motor is Fiat Chrysler’s new EcoDiesel V-6—which appeared with the 2020 Ram 1500—and it will present 260 hp and 442 lb-ft of torque. Jeep is just offering it with four-entryway Wrangler Unlimited models, and as standard, it’s matched with an eight-speed programmed. On the off chance that you need a manual-transmission Wrangler, you’ll need to stay with the gas V-6.
What’s more, talking about the Pentastar, it will accompany FCA’s eTorque mellow half breed innovation in programmed transmission Wrangler Sahara models. The eTorque framework matches the inside ignition motor with a little electric engine driven off a 48-volt electrical architechture to help torque and efficiency. Wrangler Sahara clients will even now have the option to arrange the 2.0-liter four-chamber with eTorque for 2020, also.
Despite everything we don’t know two of the Wrangler EcoDiesel’s most significant numbers—mileage and cost. A Jeep representative disclosed to R&T that mileage figures are pending EPA affirmation, and valuing will be reported nearer to the Wrangler EcoDiesel’s market dispatch, which ought to occur before the year’s over.
2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Pricing :
starting price $38,645