Jeep Wrangler 4×4 officially launched in Nepal

To mark its 80th anniversary celebration, Jeep has officially launched the Wrangler in Nepal. The Wrangler was unveiled by his Excellency, the Ambassador for the United States to Nepal, Randy Berry. The newcomer 4×4 off-roader is available in two variants: the Unlimited and the Rubicon. Prices start at Rs 2.67 crore.


The all-new Wrangler has inherited many of its body-design cues from its predecessors–iconic styling, round headlamps, seven-slot grille, rugged side-steps, and flat fender flares. And it gets 18-inch polished alloy wheels with tech-gray spokes. For the lighting, the vehicle features LED reflector headlamps (automatic), DRLs, and fog lamps at the front, and the rear features LED tail lamps and adaptive brake lights.

The vehicle gets an upgraded interior with a new seat design–leathered upholstery–that features a six-way adjustable driver’s seat (with two-way lumbar adjustment),  four-way front-passenger seat, additional rear-seat legroom, and premium armrests. On the dashboard, behind the steering wheel, sits a 17.78 cm digital cluster display for keeping track of active safety and security features, vehicle speed, navigation, radio information, and more.


The Wrangler’s engine is powered by a 2.0L turbo engine–mated to an eight-speed automatic transmission–that generates 201 kW of power and a torque of 400 Nm.


Engine2.0L turbo
Fuel typePetrol
Displacement (cc)1999
Transmission8-speed automatic
Drive system4 WD
Fuel tank capacity (L)81
Seating capacity7
Boot space (L)249 (extendable to 1796)
Ground clearance (mm)260
Water-wading ability (mm)760


The Jeep Wrangler comes equipped with a Uconnect 4 NAV system with an 8.4-inch display (compatible with Android Auto and Apple Carplay), GPS navigation, GPS antenna input, integrated voice command. For convenience, the vehicle includes features such as a remote start system, USB ports, MOPAR hard-top headliner, freedom panel storage bags, rear-window defroster, three-piece hard top (rear), rear-window wiper/washer, and MOPAR all-weather floor mats.

For safety, the Wrangler comes with airbags (including front-seat side airbags), traction control, brake-assist, four-wheel disc ABS, rear park-assist system with backup camera, three rear-seat head restraints, child-seat anchorage, seat-belt warning, and driver height adjuster seat.

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Price in Nepal

The Wrangler is available in Nepal in two variants: the Unlimited and the Rubicon. The price of the Wrangler in Nepal starts at Rs 2.67 crore (for the Unlimited) and Rs 2.68 crore (for the Rubicon).

Wrangler modelPrice in Nepal
UnlimitedRs 2.67 crore
RubiconRs 2.68 crore

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