You can expect to Go Anywhere, Do Anything® in a Jeep® vehicle thanks to more than 70 years of tried and true off-road craftsmanship.
Wrangler has two Trail Rated® 4WD systems:
Feature AvailabilitySelect model for specs:
- Command-Trac® 4WD
- Rock-Trac® 4WD
- Standard on:
- Skid Plates
- Dana 30 Solid Front Axle
- Dana 44 Heavy-Duty Solid Front Axle
- Standard on:
- Dana 44 Heavy-Duty Solid Rear Axle
- 3.21 Axle Ratio
- 3.73 Axle Ratio
- 4.10 Axle Ratio
Solid Front & Rear Axles
- Crawl Ratios
Rubicon has an incredible 73.3:1 crawl ratio, allowing for a controlled 0.5 mph cruise up or down the rocks. High crawl ratios keep you slow for more control on the rock. The crawl ratio is the combined first gear x low range x axle ratio. The higher the number, the slower the vehicle will go. And driving slowly is the key to successful off-road driving, especially over rocks and rugged terrain. You’ll be able to see what you are driving over and tiptoe over obstacles with controlled authority.
- Tubular Rock Rails
Mopar® rock rails are constructed of heavy gauge steel tubing to take on the toughest trails. These rock rails are fully functional and provide added lower bodyside protection when off-roading. Rock rails have passed stringent corrosion and appearance testing for long life. For more on this Jeep accessory by Mopar, visit mopar.com.
- TRAC-LOK® DIFFERENTIAL
The Trac-Lok® rear differential is available on select Wrangler Sport and Sahara models. It’s a torque-sensitive mechanical unit that works to maintain traction in slippery or rough conditions. Trac-Lok automatically distributes the available rear torque to the rear wheel that provides the most traction, thus helping to reduce wheel spin caused by lack of traction in the other rear wheel.