2020 Jeep Wrangler Freedom Edition Goes On Sale, Starting From $34,190

For every Wrangler Freedom Edition sold, Jeep will donate $250 to USO.

Jeep has brought back the Freedom Edition to the Wrangler lineup, launching it in two- and four-door body styles.

Pricing starts at $34,190 and $37,690 respectively, not including destination and dealer fees, with the first batch to be available in Bright White, Firecracker Red and Ocean Blue. The Black, Sting Gray, Granite Crystal, Punk’n, Hellayella and Bikini will follow shortly.

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Based on the Wrangler Sport S,  the new Wrangler Freedon Edition features special accents on the outside, including the American flag, ‘Oscar Mike’ badge (military slang – On the Move), military star decal on the hood, black Sunrider soft top, privacy rear glass, side steps and 17-inch aluminum alloy wheels painted in Satin Carbon and shod in all-terrain tires.

Changes inside the cabin include the McKinley black cloth seats with black leather bolsters and Light Tungsten accent stitching, as well as ‘Oscar Mike’ embossing throughout.

“We are thrilled to bring the Wrangler Freedom model back to the Jeep lineup as a tribute to active and retired members of the U.S. military”, said Jeep North America chief Jim Morrison. “The Jeep brand has a long military history and the new Wrangler Freedom model is a small, but important way we can honor those who have and continue to serve their country.”

Jeep says that with every Wrangler Freedom Edition sold, they will also donate $250 to the United Service Organizations.


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