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5 reasons why you want a Jeep Wrangler 4xe

April 8, 2024

1. Best of both worlds

The Wrangler 4xe combines the best of both worlds: the off-road capability of a classic Jeep Wrangler and partially electric driving. The result? A groundsman who is also green. Thanks to the plug-in hybrid powertrain, you can effortlessly switch between emission-free electric driving and the rugged all-wheel drive Jeep is known for. All-electric driving in nature is also possible, which is an experience you must experience once. You hear the birds whistling, the leaves rustling and the sand shifting under your tires. One with nature!

A black Jeep Wrangler 4xe parked on an asphalt road with trees in the background.

2. Power!

The electrified Wrangler is not only green, but also lightning fast. With a combined output of 380 hp and impressive torque of 637 Nm, the Wrangler 4xe sprints from 0 to 100 km/h in just 6.4 seconds. Whether you’re racing along muddy trails or waiting at the stoplight, the Wrangler takes off like a rocket.

3. Green commuting

A Wrangler is not known as the ideal daily driver. It often craves a sip, so daily commutes quickly add up. With the Wrangler 4xe, you won’t have to deal with that, because the electric mode lets you drive about 50 kilometers on electricity. Ideal for daily rides to work or a quick errand around town. Is there a stretch of highway on your route to work? No problem, the electric motor can do all the work up to 130 km/h. Then the battery does drain quickly, but at a speed of 100 km/h we managed to drag 48 kilometers out of the battery pack. Not bad.

Jeep Wrangler 4xe plugged in and charged.

4. It’s a Wrangler

With a Wrangler, something does arrive. From behind the wheel, you have a view of the large hood and look down on vans. With its rugged, muscular design and iconic features such as the seven-slot grille and powerful LED headlights, this Jeep attracts attention everywhere. Are you a shy type? Then you should definitely NOT buy the Wrangler.

Close-up of a burning taillight on a black Jeep Wrangler 4xe with a wet exterior, suggesting recent rain.

5. Lots of technology

The Wrangler 4xe we drive – the 2023 model – is almost old news again. The updated 2024 model has already been announced and has significantly more technology on board. Our test car has to make do with a somewhat dated infotainment system, but the updated model features a display that is nearly 50% larger and is wirelessly capable Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The updated Jeep has also been refreshed on the outside, including a new grille, which of course still has seven slots. Read more about the new Wrangler 4xe below:

Dashboard and steering wheel of a Jeep Wrangler 4xe with infotainment system displaying a Bluetooth connection error.