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Do you want to feel the freedom of the open road; connect with nature; or challenge yourself over rocks, rivers, mud ruts, sand, and the occasional urban sprawl? The 2015 Jeep Wrangler is everything a fun utility vehicle should be, and more. The Wrangler has been winning drivers' hearts and minds for decades, and the 2015 model is no exception. Three trim options; a handful of special editions; and the ability to hit the road without doors, a roof, or a windshield? Count us in. For a one-of-a-kind driving experience, the Jeep Wrangler delivers. Keep reading for more on the 2015 model of this SUV icon.
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In today's ultra-bulky and extra-protected SUV world, the Jeep Wrangler's unique proposition—a sports utility vehicle with removable doors, windshield, and roof—seems almost unbelievable. The great news is that it's all true. The 2015 Wrangler has three roof options: the standard Sunrider® soft-top with a fold-back sunroof feature, an available premium Sunrider soft-top with further sound-dampening functionality, or an available three-piece modular design hard-top (the Freedom Top®).
The Jeep Wrangler is not here to play (though it is fun and playful)—its off-road capability has been tested in a variety of terrain and weather conditions to ensure it can support your adventurous off-road plans. The Trail Rated badge lets you know the Wrangler has trail-rated traction control, an articulate suspension system, precision steering and maneuverability, skid plate undercarriage protection, and water fording competency up to 30 inches deep. Impressed? You will be.
Expect the unexpected with each model year of the Jeep Wrangler. The standards are always high across its three standard trim levels: Sport, Sahara, and Rubicon. What makes the 2015 model really pop, though, are the special editions, splashy exterior colors, and features that make the Wrangler a supermodel in the Jeep lineup. Shop for a 2015 model in Baja Yellow or Sunset Orange or look for the Wrangler Rubicon Hard Rock Edition—it has exclusive accent finishing and a nine-speaker Alpine® premium sound system.
The 2015 Wrangler interior can handle whatever comes its way, from the sand between your toes to the mud splashes of a wilder excursion. The Wrangler has weather-resistant surfaces and footwells that can handle a wash down with a low-pressure hose. The Wrangler's built-in drain plugs and waterproofing around the electrical systems give you license to have fun on the weekend, and then drain away the mess in time for your Monday morning commute.
All 2015 Wrangler models feature Uconnect, an easy-to-navigate infotainment system that gains additional features and functionality as you move up the trim or special edition levels. Standard features include an eight-speaker audio system, AM/FM radio, CD player, and an audio input jack. Choose the Sahara or Rubicon trims to enjoy Uconnect features that can make a big difference on longer road trips. Features unlocked with the Uconnect 730N package include Bluetooth® voice commands and audio streaming, a 6.5-inch touchscreen display, and enhanced GPS navigation.
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Fold-flat front passenger seat
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Rear-hinged aft doors
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Front and rear parking sensors
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RepairPal gave the Jeep Wrangler an overall reliability rating of 3.5 out of 5 stars, which RepairPal describes as Above Average. This rating ranks Jeep Wrangler 27th out of 27 among Compact SUVs.View RepairPal's full rating of the Jeep Wrangler
Includes a soft-top fold-down roof, skid plates, ambient interior lighting, fold-down windshield, removable metal doors with manual windows, eight-speaker audio system, and more.
Adds 18-inch alloy wheels, power windows and locks, remote keyless entry, automatic headlamps, hood insulation, air conditioning, leather-wrapped steering wheel, and more. The Wrangler Unlimited Sahara also benefits from tubular side steps and rear-row grab handles.
Adds 17-inch alloy wheels, upgraded transfer case with lower crawl ratio, front and rear locking differentials, rock rails, coat hooks, 115V AC power outlet, and more. Unlocks the available Rubicon Hard Rock Edition package.
Jeep Wranglers are very good in the snow, though we suggest picking a model that's equipped with available heated front seats. Once you're toasty warm, the 10 inches of ground clearance (at curb weight), fog lamps, standard AWD, and rugged off-road suspension can give you a head start in snowy or icy conditions.
The mid-level trim for the 2015 Jeep Wrangler is the Sahara. It adds upgraded features like 18-inch alloy wheels, body-colored fender flares, side steps, tinted windows, and more. The Altitude special edition Wrangler is based on the Sahara equipment, adding stylish black accent touches, heated front seats, and more
If you're planning to travel with friends most of the time, choose the four-door, five-seat Wrangler Unlimited. It has more cargo space (31.5 cu ft behind the rear seats vs. 12.8 cu ft on the two-door model), and your passengers have direct entry and exit to the rear-row seating. The two-door Wrangler seats four, and its smaller footprint makes it more maneuverable through forest trails and urban settings. If you're drawn to the Wrangler aesthetic rather than its off-road chops, the two-door model might make more sense for you.
Billet Silver Metallic
Copper Brown Pearl
Hydro Blue Pearl
Sunset Orange Pearl
Dark Saddle (Sahara and Rubicon trims)
The Jeep Wrangler has two body styles: a two-door model that seats four passengers, and a four-door model (Wrangler Unlimited) that seats five. The Wrangler is built for adventure—expect hard-wearing interior surfaces that are easy to clean, standard cloth upholstery, and a dash that's functional in style.
There are plenty of optional extras that can level up the utility feel, including leather upholstery and heated front-row seating, which is available with many of the Wrangler's sub-trim editions. Securing your valuables when the roof or doors are off is straightforward, thanks to the lockable glove box and center console.
The Wrangler has 12.8 cubic feet of fixed cargo space behind the rear row, increasing to 55.8 cubic feet behind the front row. If you need more cargo space, making the leap to the four-door Wrangler Unlimited will bag you 31.5 cubic feet behind the rear row, and up to 70.6 cubic feet when the 60/40 split-folding rear row is flipped forward.
Taller passengers will prefer the front row's 40.9 inches of legroom, though the rear is not uncomfortable—there are 34.6 or 36.3 inches of legroom, respectively, on two- or four-door models.
All 2015 Wrangler models have two full sets of LATCH connectors (two lower anchors and an upper tether) in the rear-row outboard seats. An upper tether is also included on the four-door Wrangler Unlimited's rear-row middle seat.
You may want to decide first if you should choose a two- or four-door model, as space can be an issue. You can install seats into the rear row of the two-door Wrangler, but the space you'll have to maneuver around in while doing so feels small. The four-door Wrangler Unlimited has more space across the row itself, and installing is much easier thanks to that direct-to-row access. You can also borrow lower LATCH anchors from the adjacent seats for a middle-seat installation.
All seat types are accommodated, including front- and rear-facing convertibles, infant, and booster seats. Rear-facing seats that are installed directly in the outboard spots tend to impact front-row legroom in both the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited.
All 2015 Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited models are powered by a 285-hp 3.6L V6 engine. A six-speed manual transmission and four-wheel drive are standard, while a five-speed automatic transmission with hill start assist and hill descent control is an available option.
All 2015 Wrangler models (two- and four-door) with the 3.6L V6 engine get an EPA-estimated 18 mpg combined.
Pick the Wrangler Unlimited with the 3.6L engine for maximum towing capability—when properly equipped, it can tow an estimated 3,500 lbs.
2007-2017 Jeep Wrangler "JK" (third generation)
The iconic Jeep Wrangler "JK" enjoys an interior upgrade for the 2013 model year, with improved seat comfort, and the addition of a premium Alpine sound system option. 2013 Unlimited models get an easier-to-maneuver standard soft-top, and an available premium version, too. The 2013 limited-edition 10th Anniversary Rubicon model features a head-turning red leather interior.
Following a no-change year in 2014, the 2015 Wrangler gains a standard eight-speaker audio system and a Torx Kit with all the tools required to remove the doors and the roof. The 2016 Jeep Wrangler debuts the 75th Anniversary, Black Bear, and Backcountry special editions, while 2017 models gain a cold weather package option.
2018-2022 Jeep Wrangler "JL" (fourth generation)
The Jeep Wrangler JL fourth-generation model made its debut in 2018, fully redesigned. Notable updates include a new engine option and more connective technology. The 2019 Wrangler adds forward collision warning and adaptive cruise control to its available features, while 2020 models gain a turbodiesel engine option. An exciting addition to the Wrangler lineup arrived in 2021—the 4xe, a plug-in hybrid Wrangler. The 2022 Wrangler has no major changes.
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