2020 Jeep Wrangler Trim Levels
It’s hard not to love the Jeep Wrangler. With unmistakable Jeep looks, an untamed attitude, and impressive off-road capabilities, the Jeep Wrangler is built for the adventurous. Not only that, but the Wrangler comes in 9 different trim levels to further accommodate every Wrangler owner.
The 2020 model year is the third entry into the fourth generation of the SUV, bringing with it many familiar trims and equipment, but cutting out some others. Read on to learn more about the trim levels available on the 2020 model year of the Jeep Wrangler.
Trim Level Overview
The Wrangler comes in 9 varieties, many carrying over from previous model years. From the base-level Sport trim to the premium Sahara Altitude, the Wrangler shows off its ability to be unique and exceptional at any level.
- Sport: The base trim level comes in both a two-door and a four-door model, and the soft top design that has become synonymous with the Wrangler for years. With a starting MSRP below $30,000, it’s one of the best ways to get introduced to the Wrangler.
- Sport S: The S version of the Sport is made to be upgraded how you see fit. The S can take advantage of better equipment, like LED headlights, a segmented hard top, a larger touch screen, and improved safety technology.
- Sahara: At the Sahara trim level, Wrangler owners have access to an available powered top, 18-inch wheels, and an even larger touchscreen. An available improved 4x4 drive system can turn the Sahara into a much more capable off-roading vehicle.
- Rubicon: The Rubicon name means capability. The Rock-Trac® 4:1 low transfer case and high-clearance fender flares work with massive tires to grant the Rubicon the elevation and torque to climb rocks, logs, and just about anything else.
- Willys: Like a Rubicon with more attitude, the Willys does what the Rubicon can do, but with a more deluxe look and feel.
- Black & Tan: Despite being called the Black & Tan, shoppers can find this trim level in 10 different paint colors, but the soft top remains tan. Inside, the Black & Tan improves the seat trim and instrument panel as well.
- Freedom: The freedom Edition has slightly smaller wheels, but all-terrain tires to strike a great balance between road and trail driving. Leather-trimmed seats and hood decals give Freedom owners a reminder of the military heritage of the Jeep with a sense of comfort not found on lower trim levels.
- Sport Altitude: The Altitude version of the Sport brings back many of the things that made the lower trim levels great and presents them as a sort of remix, but without a two-door option. Four different tops mean you can get the Sport Altitude how you want it.
- Sahara Altitude: Six available tops and the return of leather-trimmed seats turn the Sahara Altitude into a luxury off-road vehicle. The four-door-only Sahara Altitude is made to bring everyone on the adventure, and the interior makes sure nobody feels left out.