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2020 Jeep Wrangler Interior

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2020 Jeep Wrangler Interior Review


Interior: 6.8

The 2020 Jeep Wrangler has a handsome interior with user-friendly features and durable materials. It’s also quite spacious in its four-door Unlimited body style, both for passengers and cargo. The biggest drawbacks are significant wind noise at highway speeds and a tough-to-access back seat in two-door models.

  • "A tall, upright seating position provides a commanding view over the relatively short, narrow hood. You sit close to the windows and windshield that now has a steeper rake to it with the redesign." -- Autoblog
  • "The Jeep is not a silent SUV, but you knew that by looking at it. Wind flows around its boxy body, and tire noise is apparent. But this new Wrangler is quieter than past models, and hood flutter has been eliminated. The significantly improved soft top is also far less noisy and flappy than before." -- Edmunds (2019)
  • "Even with the available leather, the 2018 Jeep Wrangler's interior does not qualify as plush. The main requirement is durability, which describes the Sport model's cloth seats and the hard plastic surfaces. But there's plenty of versatility." -- Kelley Blue Book (2018)


The two-door Wrangler has four seats, while the four-door Wrangler Unlimited has five seats. The SUV’s boxy shape means even taller passengers should find ample headroom in both rows. The front seats are fairly plush and supportive. That said, adults will probably prefer the Wrangler Unlimited’s back seat over the two-door model’s, thanks to the Unlimited’s easier second-row access and additional legroom.

Cloth upholstery is standard. Leather upholstery, heated front seats, and a heated steering wheel are available.

  • "The Wrangler doesn't place a great importance on passenger comfort, but there are a few highlights here. The front seats are well-shaped and remain livable on long trips. The rear bench is flatter and firmer, but it reclines a bit. … The boxy design and large tires create a heap of wind and road noise, though the cabin is quieter than in previous Wranglers." -- Edmunds
  • "The Wrangler's tall, boxy body means headroom is more than adequate in both the front and back seats, but front-seat legroom is rather cramped for extra-tall occupants. The back-seat area is sized for children and very difficult to access on 2-door Wranglers, but it's surprisingly spacious on the longer-wheelbase 4-door version. Average-sized adults will be able to sit in comfort, though the narrow door openings and high step-in can complicate entry and exit." -- Consumer Guide (2018)
  • "Back seat comfort is enhanced with a more reclined seatback, and the cheap seats also get their own heater/air conditioning vents and USB charging outlets." -- New York Daily News (2018)

Interior Features

The 2020 Wrangler comes standard with a 5-inch touch screen, Bluetooth, a USB port, two 12-volt outlets, an eight-speaker sound system, manual windows and door locks, push-button start, cruise control, and a rearview camera.

Available features include air conditioning, power windows and door locks, remote keyless entry, remote start, 7-inch and 8.4-inch touch screens, navigation, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, HD Radio, satellite radio, an Alpine sound system, a Wi-Fi hot spot, additional USB ports, and automatic climate control.

Available safety features include blind spot monitoring, rear parking sensors, forward collision warning, and adaptive cruise control.

The Wrangler’s controls are simple and easy to use. All the audio and climate functions can be accessed using buttons and knobs on the dashboard. The Uconnect infotainment system earns praise for its touch screens’ intuitive menus, which respond quickly to inputs. They are also water resistant – a big plus if you get caught in the rain with the top off.

The Wrangler comes standard with a soft-top roof; a hardtop is available. Both are pretty simple to remove. The soft top folds neatly onto the rear tailgate.

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  • "One can opt for as much or as little technology as they want in Wranglers now. The base Wrangler comes with a basic 5-inch touchscreen for barebones audio/car controls. A 7- or 8.4-inch touchscreen can be optioned with FCA's user-friendly Uconnect system for those who want that tech. … All the controls are easily within reach." -- Autoblog
  • "The Wrangler greets the driver with straightforward and logical controls for just about everything. Every switch and knob has been rethought to be easy to find, self-explanatory and good-looking in a Jeep-themed way." -- Edmunds (2019)
  • "The Wrangler is fundamentally a convertible; that's part of its appeal. … The accursed zippers are gone, and the side windows are now attached with a series of channels and retainers. The roof itself has never been easier to operate; even on a four-door Unlimited, I'm able to raise and lower the top in moments. It's a beautifully engineered piece." -- Autoweek (2018)


The two-door Wrangler has 13 cubic feet of cargo space with its rear seats upright and 32 cubic feet with them folded. That’s well below average for a compact SUV. On the other hand, the four-door Wrangler Unlimited has 31 cubic feet of space behind its rear seats and a vast 72 cubic feet with them folded.

  • "As an errand runner, the Wrangler offers enough room for groceries and gear, but be aware that its rear seats don't fold flush with the floor. As you might expect, there's a significant cargo-hauling trade-off for going with the classic two-door Wrangler versus the larger Unlimited four-door model. Fitting just two of our carry-on cases behind the two-door's back seat—versus 10 for the four-door—means packing light if you're adventuring with friends." -- Car and Driver
  • "The Jeep's iconic narrow body is an off-road strength, but it ultimately limits cargo capacity. That said, the space it has is laid out efficiently." -- Edmunds (2019)
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