Jeeps brings back the military-themed Wrangler Freedom edition. With each purchase, Jeep is making a $250 donation to the USO. USO is a nonprofit charitable organization that provides morale and recreation services to U.S. armed forces personnel and their families. The special edition will be available on the 2020 Jeep Wrangler Sport S. The military-themed Jeep joins the Willys and Black and Tan special edition models (and don’t forget the Ram “Built to serve” special edition).
The Wrangler Freedom edition is offered in both two-door and four-door body styles. It will feature special graphics that include a large military star on the hood, American flags on the front fends, and “Oscar Mike” on the tailgate and stitched into the seatbacks. Other features include a premium Sunrider soft top, 17-inch wheels with gray finish, cloth seats with leather accents and silver contrast stitching, and an aluminum data plate inside the tailgate that references the original Jeep’s military history.
Jeep announced that the two-door will be priced at $34,190 and the four-door at $37,690 (plus the $1,495 destination charge). The Freedom package represents a $2,695 increase over the standard Wrangler Sport S. You guessed it, the Wrangler Freedom edition will be available in red (Firecracker Red), white (Bright White) or blue (Ocean Blue) for the first round of production. After the first production run, you have the ‘Freedom’ of choice on colors.
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