The fourth-generation Wrangler was unveiled in late 2017 as a 2018 model. The JL features a host of new features including: additional powertrains over the Pentastar V6, a redesigned transmission, new fold-flat windshield and soft top designs, and a more modern interior.
The third-generation Wrangler was released for the 2007 model year. Along with the traditional 2-door model, a 4-door Unlimited model was released.
Introduced in 1996 as a 1997 model, the second-generation Wrangler reintroduced the round headlamps from the classic Jeep models. From the Wrangler TJ onwards, all Wranglers were fitted with coil-spring instead of leaf-spring suspension. Late in its lifecycle, a long-wheelbase Unlimited model was introduced.
This is the first original model Introduced in 1986, the first-generation Wrangler featured rectangular headlamps, differing from the round ones on its predecessor, the CJ Jeeps. Although continuing on the same wheelbase as the CJ-7, it was a significantly new design with a wider track, slightly less ground clearance, more comfort and improved handling.