So it isn’t so much a secret as there may or may not have been some leaked documents that tell about the 2018 Jeep Wrangler and what it has going on. Today we want to share with you what some of those documents said. Soon you will be able to get the 2018 Jeep Wrangler at All Star Jeep Dealer in MO.
While the giant owner’s manual and user guide laid out towing specs for the two-door Wrangler and four-door Wrangler Unlimited, it did not have any information on the pickup truck’s capabilities. Since the Pickup (known as “JT” will theoretically be used more as a workhorse, towing and cargo capacity there are of particular interest.
The paperwork we’ve seen looks legitimate enough to be worth our attention, and its max trailer rating for the regular Wrangler lines up with what we saw in the owner’s manual. And since truck fans love obsessing over weight capacities and specifications, we thought you might like some of the specifics. While we cannot show you what appear to be power point slides, we will outline a little bit of the information here.
Besides confirming what’s ostensibly been established regarding the new Wrangler’s engine options, this doc tells us that U.S.-market Wranglers will be able to tow 3,500 pounds or carry between 1,075 and 1,310 pounds inside.
“We can also deduce curb weights of these Wrangler trims by subtracting the Max Payload (what a truck’s rated to carry) figure from the GVWR (what a truck’s rated to weigh in total including max cargo.) Using that logic, it looks like a 2.0-liter Sport will weigh 3,797 pounds and a 3.0-liter (that’s the diesel) Rubicon will be 4,390.”-truckyeah.jalopnik.com
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