Jeep Wrangler MPG
Built for adventure, the Jeep Wrangler has been forging its own path for over three decades. Featuring a legendary all-wheel-drive system along with a newly efficient 2.0L turbo engine, when properly configured, the 2019 Jeep Wrangler receives an EPA-estimated 23/25 city/hwy MPG*.
To help drivers throughout Chicago, Skokie, and Park Ridge determine whether the Wrangler is the right SUV for their active life, the team at Marino Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram created this helpful guide to how this American classic is engineered for the long haul.
Performance and Capability
Supplying rugged dependability with deft handling, the Wrangler feels equally at home trekking country backroads as it does navigating around busy city traffic. While its 2.0L turbo I-4 engine delivers 270 horsepower, the 3.6L Pentastar® V6 engine packs up to 285 horsepower with 260 lb-ft of torque. A heavy-hauling turbo-diesel V6 is also available, supplying a remarkable 440 lb-ft of torque.
Its five trim levels provide three distinct 4×4 systems to suit your lifestyle and needs, while its 8-speed automatic transmission efficiency provides the right level of power no matter the conditions outside. A six-speed manual is also available for those who like a little more control over their drive.
Taking the Journey Farther
While the 2019 Jeep Wrangler’s fuel-economy means you can enjoy tackling the open road with fewer stops at the pump, there’s also several easy things you can do as a driver to help maximize your fill-ups like:
- Rotate Your Tires. Rotating your tires every 5,000-7,000 miles will ensure they wear down evenly and maintain your Wrangler’s average MPG. Worn tires place extra burden on your engine, causing it to burn fuel faster. You also should check the PSI levels in your tires at least once a month to make sure they’re properly inflated.
- Change Your Oil and Filter. One of the biggest things that impacts your gas mileage is your engine’s oil and filter. Motor oil keeps your engine working at peak performance and should be replaced every 3,000-5,000 miles.
- Limit Extra Weight. When properly outfitted, the 2019 Wrangler can haul up to 3,500 lbs. While this is great for hauling a small boat or trailer, exceeding this weight limit can have a significant effect on your fuel-economy. Likewise, you should try and limit the amount of weight you carry inside the cabin as it places extra pressure on your engine.
Your 2019 Wrangler’s owner’s manual is a great resource to learn about maintaining its performance.
Learn More about the 2019 Jeep Wrangler Today!
Now that you know more about the Wrangler MPG and some easy ways to maximize its fuel-efficiency, we invite you to take a closer look at all the incredible features and packages the 2019 Wrangler has to offer.
At Marino Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we’re committed to helping drivers throughout Chicago, Skokie, and Park Ridge get behind the wheel of a car, truck, or SUV they’ll love. Stop by our convenient location or go online to schedule a visit today!
*Compared to Wrangler JK model with EPA estimated 17 city mpg when equipped with 3.6L engine and six-speed manual transmission. EPA estimated 23 city mpg with 2.0L turbo engine and eight-speed automatic transmission. Actual mileage may vary.