What Is a Jeep Wrangler JK?Last Updated February 5, 2020 | Alison Smith
Whether you are already a Jeep Wrangler lover or a new Jeep fan, you might have heard about the Jeep Wrangler JK. In production from 2007 to 2018, the JK Wrangler is one of the most-loved Wranglers ever created. From the release of the four-door version to the addition of the famed 3.6L Pentastar engine in 2012, the JK Wrangler has been making waves in the off-roading community and will continue to do so even after being replaced by the fourth-generation JL Wrangler.
Since 1979, the Federal Government mandated how VINs should be regulated and modeled off a particular template. Found on the driver's side dash or door jam, you JK Jeep's VIN can be deciphered to provide you with information about your JK that you might not have known about. You'll be able to decipher that VIN right here in CJ's Resource Center.
What is the difference between a Jeep JK Wrangler and a Jeep TJ Wrangler, and furthermore, what do those letters even mean? Since the inception of the original Jeep Wrangler in 1986, there have been several variations of the well-loved off-roading vehicle. From the first-generation YJ Wrangler to the fourth-generation JL Wrangler, here is a breakdown of every Jeep Wrangler model to date!
For the past ten years, the Wrangler JK has been dominating off-roading trails and blazing through the wilderness. But what are the types of Jeep Wranglers? From the basic Sport edition to the Rubicon, there are many different Wrangler models to choose from. While some Wrangler models will serve better purposes than others, you can’t go wrong with a Jeep!
Since 2006, over 2 million JK Wranglers have rolled off the assembly line, eventually going on to conquer numerous trails worldwide. Although it’s a sad day for fans of the third-generation Wrangler, it’s been a good run, lasting longer than any other generation thus far. However, Jeep has bigger and brighter things on the horizon with the recent release of the JL Wrangler and the upcoming Jeep Scrambler.