2011 Jeep Wrangler, Wrangler Unlimited Get Serious Price Bump

All the changes Jeep made to the 2011 version of the Wrangler and the four-door Wrangler Unlimited come at a price. For most trim levels, that price is nearly $1,000. So far, Jeep has only released 4x4 models. Pricing for 4x2s will be announced closer to when they go on sale.

To read about all the changes between the 2010 and 2011 models, along with images of the 2011s, read our report here. To see the prices for the 2011 versus the 2010, keep reading. The 2011 models are on sale now.

2011 Wrangler 4x4 Price (2010 Price)

  • Jeep Wrangler Sport: $22,045 ($21,165)
  • Jeep Wrangler Sahara: $27,245 ($26,255)
  • Jeep Wrangler Rubicon: $29,245 ($28,775)

2011 Wrangler Unlimited 4x4 Price (2010 Price)

  • Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sport: $25,545 ($24,585)
  • Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara: $29,945 ($28,905)
  • Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon: $32,745 ($32,050)

Prices do not include a $750 destination charge.

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By David Thomas | September 21, 2010 | Comments (26)



Are they really making a 2wd version? If so I am severely disappointed.


i won't even consider a Wrangler until the 3.8L V6 is gone for good. there are four cylinders with more power. put the new Pentastar V6 in this vehicle with the six speed auto or just forget about the freshening altogether.


Only a tea-bagger would drive a Wrangler ruining our environment. Time to grow-up and be smart and get a hybrid. If a hybrid is good enough for President Obama it's should be good enough for you.


that is one of the silliest things i've read all day. thanks jon!

I think that Wrangler certainly need to mak some ong over due improvements if they want to continue trading.


Hey Jon.
Pull your head out!

Amuro Ray

Now now, Jon does have a point, although he's too blunt with it (or unless he's sarcastic 'bou it). My concern 'bou this post is the picture that Chrysler has put out for the Jeep:

(1) I thought that there was a "relatively" new law that prohibits car manufacturer from posting pictures which give false senses as to what a vehicle could do, but the instance that you do that, your warranty vanishes into thin air (which means that your vehicle is NOT built to do it). Try driving it to a water stream like that in the pic, and then bring it to a dealership for ANY repair that's warranty covered, but do mention, "oh, that was fun driving over the water stream / river" and see what happens.

(2) By driving over natural env like that in the pic, you are polluting that water with your oil and grease, hence destroying nature when you thought that you are "enjoying" what nature provides...


Driving through water does not violate your Jeep warranty. If your vehicle is properly maintained the drivetrain would remain sealed so there's no oil and grease polluting the environment.

I understand you carry with you a high level of ignorance you inherited from your Mother but that's still no excuse.

Amuro Ray

Hey idio...I mean Calvin, why argue with me when Chrysler states the following in its warranty:

"Traversing water can cause damage that may not be covered by the new vehicle warranty."

Just do a google search, which I guess u r capable to do do with your seemingly low IQ...

Oh, the grease and oil and come from MANY places in ur vehicle, like the door joints, ur oil plug, etc. They don't have to come from your drivetrain...Just spray water to your engine bay or underneath of ur car, and u can see oil spot. Idiot.


Like a tiny bit of oil is really going to hurt all those gallons of river water. There are even bacteria that live naturally in the water that digest the oil and break it down. Just goes to show that God's a lot smarter than us.

Amuro Ray

There are idiots, and there are those who just failed education (or our education system has failed them)...

I've seen both today.

Naturally living bacteria in nature DOES NOT digest all type of oil, esp those that aren't natural oil to begin with like motor oil or automotive grease. Even natural oil such as that BP oil spill...I guess that based on ur suggestions, we can just ignore it and the oil will disappear...
(and those BP/Gov't idiots who spend millions to billions on chemical dispersants and stuff).

Sure, the tiny amount of pollutants from 1 vehicle may not do much damage, and if that's an excuse to give ok to ALL SUVs to allow them to drive over natural habitat like that in the picture, 'coz EACH vehicle only produces a small amount of pollutants...


I will NEVER drive a hybrid; they are for p*ssies. It's liberals like you that are ruining this country. YOU need to wake up and stop listening to whatever liberal media tells you. I will happily run you off the road with my gas guzzling SUV!


Wow, did a troll just catch a troll?

Good trolling Jon and Mike!


Yes, it might cause some damage it EVERY suv was driving through rivers, but only a small fraction of the owners do that, so what's the problem?


lets put it this way. Why buy a vehicle like a jeep and drive it only on the road. Now thats silly. people buy tthese vehicles to go out on back roads and trails.

Richie Rich

Asked every Wrangler Unlimited owner I see at my ski resort in WV and the answer is ALWAYS the same: weak, feeble, not good to drive on (paved) WV mountain roads!


I've been in deeper water then that and it hasn't hurt my jeep nor has it hurt my warranty. I actually twisted off a u-joint in a mud hole and the Jeep dealer repaired it no questions asked. And I was riding on 35" tires and a lift at the time of repair.


And the dealer bought you a lollipop and a dog too, I'm sure. Because U Joints twist out all the time.....

On another note, trollfest!!!

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I have owned my 2008 jeep wrang. For over two years and I have been off road a dozen times in river once, and I have had all warranty done without a problem, I even cracked the rear end!", and as for you environmentalist, there far more things to worry about destroying the earth that a jeep driving on the back trails,rivers and hills. So if I see you in your hybrid which consist of Rubber tires,and Plastic parts as in my jeep, "I Will Try To Tread On You Lightly" and the next time a Hurricane like IKE comes " call me" I'll come and pull you out!!!

smarter than you

I am going to give you dorcs a wise heads up! are you listening?What obama failed to explain is that we will never stop drilling and using oil for cars! your so called nature is a planet made up of oil dirt and gases! What is so clean about it? I think your teachers and parents and government have brainwashed you.

smarter than you

One more thing! stop buying toyota cars.All you are doing is supporting and building the japanese economy and weakening our countrys econony. screw toyota!

smarter than you

If you need help just ask! I'm here all day!


concerning the wrangler depositing oil and grease in rivers, what do you whiners suppose happens when you drive in the rain? :-)


I came to this site to get some information and all I got to read is some environmental debate, and not even a good one. Thanks for wasting my time.


Gentlemen, There are folks with good reasons to have a 4WD vehicles. I had a Explorer 4WD what was smooth on the highway and could do fairly well in some bad weather conditions. I live at the top of a very steep dirt road and a long steeper side pitched driveway. In snow conditions only my Cherrokee could negociate the turn into the pitched driveway. The Explorer can get straight up with a running start but lost it on the turn into the pitched driveway siding into the ditch. Springtime water runoffs and mud was just as bad as snow many times. Cherrokee wasn't as comfortable on long highway drives, thus the Explorer was for that purpose. Jeeps have purpose and many don't live/travel just in suburbia highways.. You might say why not walk it, but often its too slippery to make it up on foot. I tried it many times and learned to leave the Jeep at the bottom when weather was on the way.

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