Jeep Wrangler Boot Space, Size, Luggage Capacity & Cargo Volume

Jeep Wrangler Colours

There are six choices of premium paint for the Recon – Firecracker Red, Ocean Blue, Granite Crystal, Sting Gray, Sarge Green, and Hella Yella. All costs $745 each.

Black or Bright White exterior paint is free.

Sarge Green Bright White Black Billet Silver Granite Crystal Sting Gray Firecracker Red Hella Yella Snazzberry Hydro Blue

To confirm current colour availability, please check the manufacturer’s website.

2018 Jeep Wrangler Cargo Space

The 2018 Jeep Wrangler has 31.7 ft3 of cargo space from the front row seats to the back of the vehicle.

See the data outlined in the table below.

2018 Jeep Wrangler Cargo Space Chart
Dimension Cargo Space
Cargo Volume From Back Of Vehicle To First Row 31.7 ft3
Cargo Volume From Back Of Vehicle To Second Row 12.9 ft3
Cargo Volume From Back Of Vehicle To Third Row 12.9 ft3
2018 Jeep Mopar Wrangler Rubicon vehicle at the North American International Auto Show.

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Jeep Wrangler Interior

It’s a snug practical space interior, that is comfortable and durable. Everything that should feel solid does (like grab handles), and all operational mechanisms (dials, knobs and switches) are easy to quickly locate with your eyes and, more importantly, swiftly operate while traversing all types of terrain.

Clever ideas, such as tensioned net pockets on the doors and in the seat-backs, and deep small-storage spaces with textured, grippy bases, abound.

Upfront there are USB ports, a 230V power outlet, directional air vents, and cup holders in the centre console.

With all seats in use, rear cargo space is rather shallow and really limited to only copping a few bags.

Upfront there are USB ports, directional air vents, and cup holders in the centre console. The interior is comfortable and durable. Standard Rubicon features include 8.4-inch touch-screen multimedia system.

Jeep Wrangler Exterior Design

 

One of my personal favorite features on the new Jeep Wrangler JL is the added LED running lights and turn signals installed into the front fenders. These allow for increased visibility in the day time and at night, while also providing a sleek new design element to the frame of the vehicle. Vents behind the front bumper effectively reduce road noise and allow for increased air circulation.

The JL has a slight sleeker, more modern grill design that further vary itself from the JK. While the might not be immediately noticeable to most people currently, this slight difference will become easier to spot as enthusiasts begin to get ahold of the new generation of Wranglers. Jeep made sure to stick true to the successful body aesthetic that has helped the American automobile company break records year after year.

Additionally, the Jeep boasts a much stronger steel frame and newly introduced aluminum body panels that allow the Wrangler to keep its familiar heavy-duty frame, while keeping unnecessary weight to a minimum.

An added feature Jeepers will certainly write home about is the new rear-view camera included in the new generation of Wrangler off road vehicles. The blind spot tracking system located inside the taillight will also improve some of the safety issues prominent press reported on when reviewing the previous JK models.

Although a minor adjustment, the material on rear swing gate of the new JL has slightly altered to a lightweight magnesium composition. For us adventurers, this allows us to get in and out of our Jeep Wrangler integrated storage with ease. Feel free to grab all your emergency items and throw them in the back.

 

 

 

Power – Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited



Wrangler’s base engine is a 3.6-liter V6 with 28

Wrangler’s base engine is a 3.6-liter V6 with 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque – an optional version of this V6 is a mild-hybrid eTorque system that boosts torque during acceleration. Its available powertrains include a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with 270 horsepower and 295 pound-feet of torque, and a 3.0-liter V6 diesel engine with 260 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque. An additional option is a turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine and two electric motors that combine to produce 375 horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. It comes with four-wheel drive, and either a standard six-speed manual transmission or an available eight-speed automatic that is standard in turbo-four and diesel engines. Later in 2021, the Wrangler 4xe will join the lineup, featuring a plug-in hybrid with 375 horsepower and two electric motors with a turbocharged engine and an eight-speed automatic transmission. The powerful Rubicon 392 adds a V8 engine with 470-horsepower and 470 pound-feet of torque. It also features a standard 4WD system and an eight-speed automatic. The two-door Wrangler can tow up to 2,000 pounds, and the four-door Wrangler Unlimited can tow up to 3,500 pounds. Fuel is estimated at 20/24 mpg city and highway with the base engine and 13/17 mpg with the V8 engine.

Jeep Wrangler Storage

 

The lack of Jeep Wrangler integrated storage space in many of the past year’s editions has been a big issue for enthusiasts. Finding a suitable area to keep your gear for adventures, as well as personal belongings has proven to be a difficult task for the travelers and enthusiasts worldwide.

How much bigger did the Jeep Wrangler storage get in the new JL model? 

The answer is – unfortunately not much.

With rear seats up, the Wrangler JL Unlimited measured at about 31.7 cubic feet. Folding the seats nearly doubled the vehicle’s trunk space for a total of 72.4 cubic feet.

When comparing to previous JL models, we see that Jeep could only make room for about 1.8 cubic feet of extra space with the seats folded down. This, of course will not make much difference to most people, but it’s reassuring to witness the brand making a conscious effort to remedy this issue for adventurers. 

While Jeep figures out to maximize their Jeep Wrangler storage space, there are tons of third-party alternatives to help you make the most out of your vehicle’s rear cargo area.

XG Cargo has an incredible line of sleekly design cargo tools that allow you to make the most of the most unassuming features in your Jeep Wrangler storage. Their team has developed interior storage for a multitude of well-known automotive manufacturers.

Who would’ve thought to attach tool bags to the stock rollbar? Probably quite a few brands, but not many could develop a product with top quality materials and an incredible eye for design.

 

For those looking to increase the power and potent 

For those looking to increase the power and potential workload of your Jeep, the next generation will provide you with a pleasant surprise.

 

From the interior and exterior design to the new engine options that boast performance never before seen in the Jeep line of vehicles, the JL model will be one to look out for as they become commonplace in the Wrangler community.

 

The new JL is sleek and lightweight, yet still provides the same aggressive look and feel that has made Jeep a household name is in the industry.

 

Which model do you prefer? – The Jeep Wrangler JK or the new Jeep Wrangler JL? Let us know below in the comments! As always, we look forward to reading your responses!

 

 

 

1998 Jeep Wrangler Cargo Space

The 1998 Jeep Wrangler has 53.5 ft3, 36.9 ft3 or 35.7 ft3 of cargo space from the front row seats to the back of the vehicle depending on trim level.

See the data outlined in the table below.

1998 Jeep Wrangler Cargo Space Comparison Chart By Trim
1998 Jeep Wrangler Trims Cargo Space And Dimensions
  • 2dr SE
  • Cargo Area Length (At Floor) From Back Of Vehicle To Second Row Seats: 42.5″
  • Cargo Area Width At Beltline: 57.5″
  • Cargo Volume From Back Of Vehicle To First Row: 53.5 ft3
  • Cargo Volume From Back Of Vehicle To Second Row: 11.3 ft3
  • Cargo Box Width At Wheel Housings: 35.6″
  • 2dr Sport
  • Cargo Area Length (At Floor) From Back Of Vehicle To Second Row Seats: 42.5″
  • Cargo Area Width At Beltline: 57.5″
  • Cargo Volume From Back Of Vehicle To First Row: 35.7 ft3
  • Cargo Volume From Back Of Vehicle To Second Row: 10.9 ft3
  • Cargo Box Width At Wheel Housings: 35.6″
  • 2dr Sahara
  • Cargo Area Length (At Floor) From Back Of Vehicle To Second Row Seats: 42.5″
  • Cargo Area Width At Beltline: 57.5″
  • Cargo Volume From Back Of Vehicle To First Row: 36.9 ft3
  • Cargo Volume From Back Of Vehicle To Second Row: 10.9 ft3
  • Cargo Box Width At Wheel Housings: 35.6″

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