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2020 Jeep Wrangler Gets Special Editions New and Old

Jeep has unveiled two new models for the 2020 Wrangler JL, one last seen on the prior-generation Wrangler JK (Willys Edition) and one that’s new to the lineup altogether (Black & Tan). Both models are based off the Wrangler JL’s Sport S trim configuration, which isn’t exactly the base model but isn’t the higher-contented Sahara or Rubicon versions either. Both editions come in either two- or four-door configurations.

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2020 Jeep Wrangler Willys

Just like the last Willys version on the Wrangler JK, the new Willys adds some content meant to bridge the gap between the very off-road-capable Sport S and the rock-climbing Rubicon model. Mechanically, it gets a limited-slip rear differential, Rubicon-style rock rails and shock absorbers, big 32-inch Firestone mud-terrain tires and upgraded heavy-duty brakes. The Command-Trac part-time four-wheel-drive system with its two-speed transfer case and 2.72:1 low-range gear ratio carry over unchanged. Cosmetically, the Willys gets the traditional black grille, black 17-inch wheels and a Willys hood decal. The package also now includes all-weather slush mats, as well as LED headlights and foglights. Jeep will offer the Wrangler JL Willys in 10 colors: black, Granite Crystal, Sting Gray, Billet, Ocean Blue, Firecracker Red, Punk’n, Hellayella, Mojito! and White. Pricing starts at $35,235 for the two-door or $38,735 for the four-door (all prices include destination).

2020 Jeep Wrangler Black & Tan

If you’re looking for something a bit dressier than a Willys, Jeep has a second special edition for 2020: the Black & Tan. This package includes a premium tan soft top, 17-inch Machine Granite wheels with the Sport S’ standard all-terrain tires, side steps and low-gloss exterior badging. Despite the name, you can actually get the Black & Tan in any of the Wrangler Sport S’ available exterior colors. Inside, however, the Black & Tan comes in just one palette: Heritage Tan cloth seats and a Wizard Black painted instrument panel. The package also includes some additional content, including the Technology Group (Uconnect 7-inch touchscreen, 7-inch gauge display and dual-zone climate control). Prices start at $34,435 for the two-door and $37,935 for the four-door. Both the 2020 Willys and Black & Tan editions are available to order at Jeep dealers right now.

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