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The last year of the JK generation. It only makes sense to touch on where the 2018 Wrangler originated. A military vehicle one thing above all and that’s mobility. Similar to the Jeeps of old, the newest iteration of the JK still sports a body-on-frame design, giving it that ruggedness it’s known for. Other similarities include the rounded headlights, the seven slot grille, removable doors, and foldable windshield.

For this year, the 2018 Wrangler gets an additional engine option in the 2L turbo. Although you might be thinking “why a turbo 4-cylinder?”, this engine also has a hybrid assist, giving the extra push necessary to support an off-road vehicle. For its final year, the 2018 Wrangler lineup includes the Sport, Sport S, Willys Wheeler, Freedom, Sahara, Altitude, Rubicon, Rubicon Recon, and the Golden Eagle.


The last year of the JK, but the first year of the JL generation. What’s the difference? For starters, the JL Wrangler is physically bigger than the JK. The JL is also more angular such as the grille and windshield. The headlights also intrude on the seven slot grille design, leaving a circular cut out in the outside slots. More subtly, look for a push button start and fender vents.

2018 JEEP WRANGLER JK Accessories & Parts

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