2009 Jeep Wrangler Values

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2009 model year changes

For 2009, the Wrangler gets a couple of new storage spaces--a storage net at the bottom of the dash and a bin in the center console. Hill Start Assist is newly standard across the line, and Trailer Sway Control is available. Otherwise, there are few changes except some new colors; Sunburst Orange Pearl Coat replaces Rescue Green Metallic Clear Coat, and Deep Water Blue Pearl Coat replaces Steel Blue Metallic Clear Coat.

Competitive comparison

Tough off-road ability; rugged style;

Special features for 2009

The rugged Jeep Wrangler maintains a strong cult following of off-road purists. It's a great choice for those who have an active, outdoor lifestyle that involves frequent off-roading and tough terrain. With its last full redesign in 2007, the Wrangler picked up modern safety features and a more refined driving experience without losing its distinct character. And the new Unlimited model has a back seat big enough to fit adults. What's more, Jeep claims that the Wrangler is the only true 4x4 convertible, which sets it apart from anything else in its class.
For 2009, the Jeep Wrangler, a small two-door SUV with a convertible top, gets some upgrades, including a storage net added to the center console, top hill start assist and trailer sway control. Powered by a 3.8L V6 engine generating 202 hp and 237 lb-ft of torque, the Wrangler gives a choice of a standard six-speed manual transmission or optional four-speed automatic transmission. Jeep Wranglers are equipped with four-wheel drive and a full array of high and low gears. EPA estimated fuel economy is pegged at 15 mpg city/19 mpg hwy and 17 mpg in combined driving. With a towing capacity of 2,000 pounds, the Wrangler offers a special towing package that includes trailer sway control among other features. Jeep Wrangler Rubicon specifications feature heavy-duty axles, a Rock-Trac transfer case with extra-low gearing, and electronically locking front and rear differentials. Wrangler safety equipment provides stability control with a rollover sensor, antilock brakes, and hill start assist, while front-seat side airbags are optional.