Are you a Georgia fan of the Jeep® Wrangler? You may want to check out the Jeep® Wrangler 4xe, which is the plug-in hybrid version of the ever-popular Jeep® SUV. With the 4xe, you can enjoy all the perks of the Wrangler while enhancing the Wrangler with hybrid technology. But which one is better for your lifestyle? Read on to see some similarities and differences between the two models.

Wrangler vs Wrangler 4xe

The main difference between the two Wrangler models is that the Wrangler 4xe is a plug-in hybrid SUV. This affects not only performance but also price. The base Wrangler starts at around $33,225, whereas the Wrangler 4xe features a higher price of $52,230. This price hike is due to changes made between the models. For example, the Wrangler 4xe is considered to have a better balance of performance and efficiency. The standard setup in the base Wrangler is the 285-horsepower 3.6L V6, while the standard Wrangler 4xe consists of a turbocharged four-cylinder, two electric motors, and offers 375 horsepower.

If saving on fuel is a big benefit for you, we suggest you choose the Wrangler 4xe. If you drive less than 22 miles a day, you can rely more on electric power to get around. That being said, the base Wrangler is still a fantastic vehicle, offering plenty of utility and versatility.

Which Will You Choose in Georgia?

Have you made up your mind on which model to go with? If not, feel free to contact our team to learn more about each vehicle. We love to help our customers learn how our amazing inventory can enhance their daily lifestyles. Give us a call today or visit us when you have time.

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