The Jeep Wrangler is one of the most beloved automobiles of all time. It has a history going back nearly 100 years, and it has won over legions of dedicated fans around the world. Every year, the Jeep Wrangler comes out with small upgrades that improve its styling, performance, or features, making driving even more fun.
Typically, the Jeep Wrangler is offered in a variety of trim levels. Nearly a dozen trim levels were offered for the 2022 Jeep Wrangler, for example. That wide variety gives you a lot of choice when configuring your Wrangler so that you get exactly the features you want and need.
The base level Jeep Wrangler most years is known as the Sport. Then there are often variations, such as the Sport S or the Sport Altitude, as well as other trim levels. When you compare the Jeep Wrangler Sport to the Jeep Wrangler generally, you are comparing the differences between the base model and all the other trim levels, which usually build on what’s offered in the base.
The exact features you get from year to year depend heavily on what trim levels you are comparing. When you shop for previously owned Jeeps, you’ll also see great variation in the model year and in the original configuration, which may have included options packages. One of the biggest advantages of shopping for previously owned vehicles is that you gain access to more features for a fraction of the cost.
Tim’s Truck Capital is proud to carry a large selection of previously owned Jeep Wranglers, including the base Sport trim level and other trims. Here’s a look at some of the differences you can expect to see in the Jeep Wrangler Sport and the rest of its trim levels:
Many people come to the Jeep Wrangler because they are interested in a great, four-wheel drive vehicle that they can take off road, that they can count on to get them out of sticky situations, and that they can take when they are in search of new adventures. They get that starting with the Jeep Wrangler Sport.
The base model Jeep Wrangler doesn’t have the most high-powered engine, but it does offer the power you need for adventuring. Most recent models come with a 3.6-liter V6 engine. Four-wheel drive is usually standard, and there is often a choice of transmission for manual or automatic.
When you look at other trim levels, enhancements are made to improve power and performance. Some features on the other trim levels include heavy duty axles, performance suspension, more advanced front and rear locking differentials, and more.
The Jeep Wrangler is designed for performance, and you get it right from the base level. However, if you know you are going to be taking on more extreme terrain, you may want to explore higher trim levels for those enhanced performance features.
The Jeep Wrangler Sport comes in both two-door and four-door options, and you can find these options in the other trim levels also. The interior of the Jeep Wrangler Sport is built mostly for functionality, as most Wrangler trims are. The seating is comfortable, but the upholstery is usually vinyl or cloth for easy cleaning and durability. If you are looking for a more luxurious option, a higher trim level is your best choice.
Recent models of the Sport are outfitted with plenty of comfort and convenience features that make driving a pleasure. Depending on the model year and how it was configured, you can find features on the Sport including push button start, a large touchscreen for the infotainment system, USB ports and auxiliary jacks for charging and streaming devices, and a split-fold rear seat. The base trim level also has interior drain plugs for easy washing out after an especially muddy trip.
As you move up the trim levels of the Jeep Wrangler, you will find more luxury features, such as automatic climate control, a premium sound system, heated seating, a navigation system, and more. You will find a great variation in features because of the great number of trim levels and packages available.
A lot of people who buy a Jeep Wrangler are interested in going off the beaten path. While the performance features built into the Wrangler help make that possible, there is still an increased safety risk. The Wrangler makes up for this with safety features that protect you on even the roughest drives.
Some of the standard safety features you’ll find on the Jeep Wrangler Sport include a rear backup camera, hill start assist, stability and traction control, a full suite of airbags, and more. Variation will be found between model years.
When you go through the trim levels, you’ll find more advanced safety features such as rock protection sill rails, blind spot monitoring, rear cross path detection, parking assist, LED tail lights, and more.
The Jeep Wrangler is designed with safety in mind. Not only does it have a strong body with a powerful engine guiding it, but it has added safety features that provide driver assistance and offer aid in case of an accident.
The Jeep Wrangler has been a consistent fan favorite for a reason. It is a rugged and dependable vehicle that will be a reliable companion no matter where you choose to roam. In the meantime, it will offer you a comfortable ride and a fun drive with its slate of comfort and convenience features.
The base model Jeep Wrangler Sport has plenty to offer on its own, and many drivers are thrilled with everything it provides. However, if you know that there are additional features you want, you can certainly find them in the higher trim levels of the Wrangler. The knowledgeable associates at Tim’s Truck Capital are ready to help you find the perfect Jeep Wrangler to fit your style and meet your needs. We offer a large selection of high quality previously owned models. Visit us today, and we’ll help you find the perfect Wrangler for you.