Both the 2018 Jeep Wrangler and the 2018 Toyota 4Runner give drivers ample towing capacity and passenger space, but the Wrangler is a better choice for:
Not only does the Jeep Wrangler deliver standard 4WD capability – an off-roading feature that will cost extra on the 4Runner – but Janesville adventurers will have access to more efficient engine options as well. Let’s see how their max fuel economy compares:
Even with standard 4WD, the Wrangler delivers better fuel economy than the rear-wheel drive Toyota 4Runner.
With a base price of $27,495 MSRP vs. the Toyota’s base cost of $34,610 MSRP, the Jeep offers an impressive value for your car-buying dollar. Wrangler drivers also have access to impressive available features you won’t find in the 4Runner:
This makes the new Wrangler an excellent choice for San Angelo drivers who value high-class features and off-road capability.
Explore the 2018 Jeep Wrangler and Jeep Wrangler JK at Burtness Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram and see their performance and utility features in action. You can also view additional accessories to increase your adventure options!