The Wrangler badge has been in use since 1986 and is one of the oldest of Jeep’s lineup still on the market today.

With a large number of editions and variations of the model available, many of them have made their way to UK shores over the years.

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The history of the Jeep Wrangler

  • The Wrangler is an indirect successor to the Jeep CJ range of vehicles and the classic Jeep models used during the Second World War.^
  • There have been four generations of the Jeep Wrangler, with the most recent going on sale in 2018.
  • There’s a range of body styles covered by the Wrangler badge, including everything from a 2-door convertible to a 4-door pickup.
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Did you know?

In 2007, a Jeep Wrangler set the Guinness World Record for the highest altitude attained by a four-wheeled vehicle*, after it was driven atop Ojos del Salado, a volcano in Chile. This has since been surpassed by a modified Suzuki Samurai.

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Need comprehensive cover?

At Ageas, we’ve decades of experience when it comes to protecting Jeep drivers on Britain’s roads.

That’s because we’re always working on our comprehensive cover, ensuring it gives all our customers exactly what they need from us, including a raft of optional extras such as replacement vehicle cover, to make your policy go even further.

You can be confident we keep things moving forwards when you need us the most, with a lifetime guarantee on all the workmanship of all repairs undertaken by our approved repairers - for as long as you own the car**.

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See how Ageas can help with your Jeep Wrangler car insurance when you start your car insurance quote today.

Tax and insurance groups for the Jeep Wrangler

When calculating a quote that’s fair for your car cover, insurers will look at a range of information about yourself and the car you drive. One factor that an insurer might look at is the insurance group of the car you’d like to insure. These groups are bands running from 1-50 that indicate the cost of parts and driving performance of every vehicle model, helping insurers gauge the size of potential claims.

There’s also a banding system in use when it comes to paying tax on your vehicle. Known as Vehicle Excise Duty, this tax is owed annually and the amount due depends on the CO2 emissions of your car’s model.

Tax bands and insurance groups for some editions of the Jeep Wrangler include:

Model Insurance Group Tax Band
Jeep Wrangler 2.8 CRD Sport 2d 18 K
Jeep Wrangler 2.8 CRD Sahara Unlimited 4d 18 K
Jeep Wrangler 2.8 CRD Ultimate 2d Auto 20 L
Jeep Wrangler 2.8 CRD Sahara 4d Auto 24 L
Jeep Wrangler 2.8 CRD Polar 2d Auto 25 K
Jeep Wrangler 2.8 CRD X Edition 4d Auto 31 K
Jeep Wrangler 3.6 V6 Overland 2d Auto 33 M
Jeep Wrangler 3.6 V6 Overland 4d Auto 34 M

 

Here at Ageas, we’re happy to offer our car insurance policies to as many UK drivers as we can. But we can’t guarantee we can cover every driver and every vehicle, and this could include some editions of the Jeep Wrangler.

We will assess if we can provide you with a quote based on a number of factors that include your car and your personal circumstances.

^https://www.jeep.co.uk/history

*https://www.autoblog.com/2007/04/03/jeep-wrangler-gets-high-sets-record 

**Subject to the vehicle being maintained in accordance with the manufacturer routine maintenance schedule. Defective parts will be replaced without charge as long as they are covered by the part manufacturer’s warranty. Failure of components or bodywork damage will not be covered if deterioration is through normal usage.