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Plenty of speculating has been done over the new 2018 Jeep Wrangler, and now what could be a credible source has leaked information on the engine options.

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Spy photographers have grabbed a set of clean photos showing the interior of the upcoming 2018 Jeep Wrangler. 

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Amid all the hand wringing and social media sobbing over the celebrities we’ve lost in 2016, no one thought to mention the Jeep Compass and Patriot — strong-selling, affordable yet archaic vehicles that were loathed by the automotive press.

We caught our first good look at the new Jeep Wrangler testing a few months back, even though it was still heavily covered.

We caught our first good look at the new Jeep Wrangler testing a few months back, even though it was still heavily covered.

An all-new Jeep Wrangler is set to debut in 2017 as a 2018 model-year vehicle and there is already plenty of information out there about the new model.

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For Jeep enthusiasts who have been clamoring for a new Jeep pickup truck, it appears your wish may be granted.

Whew! The next-gen Wrangler will still feature solid axles, and that's great news for off-roaders and the aftermarket.

A recent report says the next-gen Wrangler will retain its core identity in terms of construction and capability, though it will reportedly be able to achieve up to 30 mpg.

A recent story in Automotive News highlighted a conversation with a Jeep dealer who was shown the new Wrangler at a conference in Las Vegas, with the dealer stating the the next-generation Wrangler, which is expected to be a 2018, ‘stays pretty true to its current form.’

The Africa concept explores ideas that we could see on the next-gen Wrangler.

The Africa concept explores ideas that we could see on the next-gen Wrangler.

Jeep knows its core audience well, and the brand has wisely viewed the Easter Jeep Safari as an opportunity to connect with its core audience. This is exemplified not only by Jeep’s presence here in Moab, but also by the drool-worthy concept trail rigs the brand brings out each year.

These Jeep concept vehicles are no doubt high on cool factor, but they also provide the opportunity for the company to gather valuable intel and customer feedback. One of the vehicles that may have asked the most questions, albeit very subtly, was one of the least flashy concepts of the bunch, the Wrangler Africa. The sand-colored paintjob of the Africa practically blends the Wrangler into the sandstone backdrop of Moab, and at first glance it’s easy to skip over this overland-style Wrangler and focus on the more flashy rigs like the Jeep Chief, Staff Car or Grand Cherokee Overlander. A closer look at the Africa, however, reveals there’s much at play here than meets the eye.

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According to a recent story from Automotive News, the next-generation Jeep Wrangler will not move to an independent suspension design and will retain floating solid axles. The next version of the Wrangler, expected to be a 2018 model that we should see in late 2017, will reportedly receive suspension updates to improve the SUV’s fuel economy and its on- and off-road ride.