Jeep Wrangler Trim Levels
The 2016 Jeep Wrangler is a rugged, robust trailblazer with unabashed power and off-road handling. Each come with a standard 3.5L PentaStar® V6 engine with a best-in-class 285 horsepower, six-speed manual transmission, a Black Sunrider® Soft Top, and four-wheel drive for sharp driving dynamics and a truly one-of-a-kind performance. Wherever you’re headed in Sodus, Webster, and Wayne County, the Wrangler delivers a confident and capable ride.
Even though each Wrangler features the same standard engineering options, its three trim levels include minor tweaks, customizations and unique, edgy features. We’ve broken down each below to help you decide which one is best for you.
The 2016 Wrangler Sport comes with a standard Command-Trac® Shift-on-the-Fly Part-Time four-wheel drive, which balances power, efficiency and provides a best-in-class winter performance. When coupled with its standard V6, the Wrangler Sport boasts unbridled power both off-road and on the highway.
Inside, the Sport offers eight standard speakers, an audio jack input for smartphones, steering wheel mounted controls and available Sirius XM Satellite Radio so you can listen to music the way artists intended. These add an extra level of convenience to the Wrangler’s ride, and provide hours of entertainment during your next road trip.
The Jeep Wrangler Sport is further divided into four special edition models – Sport S, Willys Wheeler, Black Bear and Freedom Edition. Each come with additional ride-enhancing features to improve the Wrangler’s off-road performance through Wayne County, Wester and Sodus.
The Wrangler’s second trim, Sahara, is also offered in a Willy’s Wheeler W sub trim, which is lighter and has a higher ground clearance than the model it’s based on. The Sahara comes with the same Command-Trac® Shift-on-the-Fly Part-Time 4WD as the Sport, but offers a heavy duty suspension with gas shocks and an available Trac -Lok® differential front axle for sharper and more defined off-road handling.
Inside, the Wrangler Sahara offers several luxury amenities compared to the Sport trim, including heated front seats, leather-trimmed bucket seats, a 40 Gb hard drive and the Alpine Premium nine-speaker sound system with an all-weather subwoofer. These features deliver a ride that’s more refined and connected than the Wrangler Sport.
Unlike the Wrangler’s lower two trims, the Rubicon comes with the Rock-Trac® 4X4 system that offers a 4:1 low-gear ratio and best-in-class off-road performance. Together, these features increase the amount of torque in the Wrangler’s wheels, allowing you to move forward at a lower speed while on terrain.
Its standard performance suspension, Tru-Lock differential front and rear axles, and Next Generation Dana® 44 Heavy Duty front and rear axles add a smoother quality to the Rubicon’s performance, especially on rough surfaces around Upstate New York.
The Jeep Wrangler Rubicon is also divided into three special edition trims-Backcountry, 75th Anniversary Edition and Rubicon Hard Rock-allowing you to customize your Wrangler’s ride and performance even further.
Test Drive a 2016 Jeep Wrangler at Peake
No matter what trim you choose, the 2016 Jeep Wrangler provides a sharp, fun-to-drive performance throughout Sodus, Webster and Wayne County. Schedule a test drive of any of these quality Wranglers at Peake today.