Top Questions About the Jeep Wrangler in 2024 near Temple TX
Drivers who want to buy or lease a new Wrangler can now test-drive the 2024 Jeep Wrangler at Benny Boyd Lampasas Jeep. We are the local Jeep dealership serving Temple, TX, and beyond, and here are some top questions we’ve received from customers considering the Wrangler as their next vehicle:
- What are the differences between the two body configurations?
- What are the hard and soft top options?
- What’s new for the 2024 model year?
Jeep offers two distinct bodies for the 2024 Jeep Wrangler: the classic two-door version and the more popular four-door variant, the Unlimited. The Unlimited is the larger vehicle overall, with a 118.4-inch wheelbase and a 188.4-inch length as opposed to 96.8 and 166.8 inches. The larger model also seats five rather than four, affords 2.6 inches of additional rear legroom, and provides 18.8 cubic feet more dedicated cargo space.
A soft top is standard equipment. Starting with the base trim, you have the option of a three-piece hardtop or a Sunrider hardtop by Mopar. Beyond the base trim, you can have a Sky one-touch power soft top or choose the Dual-Top Group, which includes a Sunrider soft top and the three-piece hard top. Note that the Rubicon X and Rubicon 392 trim levels include the three-piece hardtop.
The Wrangler receives a mid-cycle refresh for 2024, which includes a light makeover of the exterior design and nearly a dozen new wheels to choose from. A larger touch screen is now standard across the board, including with the Sport, which has traditionally been a stripped-down recreational vehicle. Jeep has also updated the onboard navigation system with trail support. It comes preloaded with over 2,000 trails, and you can download even more.
Contact our dealership for more information about the Jeep Wrangler. Visit us near Temple, TX. Also serving Belton, Georgetown, and Austin Texas.