Jeep Wrangler and Renegade 80th Editions revealed

Limited edition Jeep’s announced as part of brand’s 80-year celebrations.

Jeep has revealed 80th ANniversary Editions of the Wrangler and Renegade, the latter a vehicle no longer sold in Australia.

The SUVs feature commemorative “80th Anniversary” badging and unique 18-inch alloy wheels. Jeep has also finished both cars’ exterior trim in contrasting Granite Crystal paint – and the cabin features a pair of new black leather seats which bear the brand’s “80th Anniversary” logo.

Standard equipment for the Jeep Renegade 80th Anniversary includes LED headlamps, LED fog lamps and rear privacy glass. Inside, buyers get gloss black dashboard trim, special edition floor mats and an 8.4-inch infotainment system, which has been reconfigured with a unique “Since 1941” graphics pack.

The Jeep Wrangler 80th Anniversary also comes as standard with LED headlamps, although they’re fitted with an automatic high beam function. Other tweaks include a body-coloured hardtop and a further commemorative plaque for the off-roader’s rear swing gate.

The Wrangler’s cabin gets an 8.4-inch infotainment screen and a host of extra equipment. There’s a seven-inch digital gauge cluster, a nine-speaker Alpine stereo system with a 552W subwoofer, deep-pile carpets and a leather-trimmed dash.

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There’s also a host of standard safety equipment, including a blind-spot monitoring system, forward collision warning, advanced brake assist and adaptive cruise control. Rear parking sensors also feature, along with a rear parking camera.

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