Jeep has announced plans to launch four new all-electric SUVs in North America by 2025, including a luxury Grand Wagoneer and a Wrangler-inspired off-road vehicle called the Recon. The Recon is about the size of a Wrangler and has a Skyslider retractable roof, windows that lower or come off the car, and removable doors. It also features styling cues such as the seven-slot grille, upright windshield, and exposed door hinges.
The Jeep Wrangler lineup for 2023 remains essentially unchanged, but the Freedom Edition is available for a limited time. This model is based on the Sport S trim and features capability enhancements and military-themed exterior and interior cues. The 2023 Jeep Wrangler has a starting price of $30,295 for two-door models and $34,165 for four-door models.
When you purchase a new Jeep, your ride will retain most of its value for the first five years of ownership. The Wrangler has one of the road’s best depreciation values for various reasons. Jeep plans to roll out numerously electrified and pure electric vehicle (EV) models in the years ahead, from a production version of the Chrysler Airflow Concept to an electric Ram pickup truck.
The most intriguing of the automaker’s upcoming models is the 2025 Jeep Recon EV. It shares its platform and other components with another battery-electric model called the Wagoneer S. Jeep confirmed that PHEV versions of the full-size Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer are coming, offering up to 500 miles of total range between electricity and gas. By 2025, every Jeep model will offer an electrified powertrain. By 2030, Jeep says half of all its sales will be battery-electric models.