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You can find 29 different trims for the Jeep Wrangler and their corresponding recommended coolant type.
The years available stretch from 1985 through to 2022 and to view the coolant type and capacity you just click to expand.
The Wrangler line from Jeep has been running since the mid-1980s as a replacement for the CJ.
It offers an affordable offroad-capable car to those wanting something rugged while able to sacrifice luxuries.
Historically it has been available as both a hard-top and soft-top – in recent years the body styles have been expanded out.
You can now get your hands on a 4-door convertible and 2-door hard-top unlike in the first few decades that the Wrangler was on sale.
The most recent version of the car is known by the code JL and came into production in 2018.
This was at roughly the same time as their Gladiator, the first pickup truck the company had offered in nearly 3 decades – built using the Wrangler as a donor.
Unlike previous versions of the car, this fourth-generation example of the car is fitted with a fleet of safety and entertainment features.
It was necessary for Jeep to put these in to keep up with the strong competition seen in the SUV market right now.
They also needed to keep up with safety regulations getting tighter, many automakers are putting incredible autonomous driver-aids in their models.
Engine options for this modern Jeep Wrangler range from the modest 2-liter Hurricane all the way through to the high-performance 6.4-liter HEMI V8.