From serving as a backbone for transporting troops during WW2 to becoming an icon and a legend, the legacy of Jeep has come a long way. As a direct descendant of the original Jeep, the Wrangler has been one of the most capable off-roaders in its class and can punch above its weight as well while going off the roads. Even though the Wrangler entered its fourth-gen model back in 2017, FCA has been rather laid back in updating the Wrangler design-wise, because irrespective of its lackluster fuel economy, lack of safety ratings, and poor on-road driving dynamics, it sells.
The 2022 Jeep Wrangler will be a carryover model and will see no minor updates as well. Under the hood, the SUV will see the same standard V6 with an optional turbocharged I-4 that offers more torque. In terms of safety, the Wrangler gets no advanced driver assistance feature as standard and it lacks crashworthiness ratings as well. The base price of the 2022 Wrangler will commence from $31,590, and the SUV will compete against the Ford Bronco and the Toyota 4Runner.