While the current-generation model returns close to 26.6 MPG, not bad for a luxury SUV with on and off-road capabilities, the upcoming variant promises to do even better. The exact figures are currently unknown, as Jeep is yet to make a formal announcement.
Jeep had sold over 255,000 units of the Wrangler in 2015, 79% of which were in the USA. This is a sad reality, since, the brand is available around the globe. Jeep has been plagued by numerous quality issues, and that has been killing the brand’s reputation the world over.
Even though their level of dependability has increased in the past few years, it will take a few more successful model years to get the customers back in line.
However, considering the positive side of the deal, they sold over 60,000 units of the Wrangler in the US last year, which is not a bad score, since, Jeep currently has just one operational plant in the US.
Land Rover has been their primary competitors from the other side of the pool, and even though the British giants have had their share of misfortune, Land Rover vehicles have gained the trust and confidence of the buyers in the recent years.
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