Each year, Canadian Black Book provides consumers with insights on the latest vehicles and even recognizes some for excelling in various ways. The Jeep® Wrangler recently won a 2021 CBB Best Retained Value Award in the SUV: Main Mid/Full category.
The introduction of the all-new Wrangler 4xe and first V8-powered Wrangler Rubicon 392 both played big parts in the model’s success in 2021. Whether consumers were looking for a more fuel efficient SUV or something with a bit more brawn under the hood, the Wrangler delivered.
This isn’t the first time the Wrangler has been praised by Canadian Black Book. Before the award segments were updated for 2021, the popular model was the 2020 winner in the Compact SUV category. In total, the Wrangler has been recognized by CBB for 12 consecutive years in the Best Retained Value Awards.
Some of the latest Wrangler’s highlights include its standard 4×4 capability, the cutting-edge Uconnect® 4 system, a wide variety of exterior colours to choose from, and the 12 versatile models available in the lineup. When you consider the starting price of $38,145 and the fact that the Wrangler has been going strong for decades since its debut, it’s no wonder it was considered such a great value by CBB.
To learn more about the new Jeep® Wrangler or to experience it for yourself, contact our team at Downtown CDJR in Toronto, Ontario.
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