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  • Truck Bed Dimensions for a Jeep Wrangler

    Truck bed dimensions for a Jeep Wrangler vary because several models have appeared. On the average, the length is 50 inches.

    JK (2007–present)

    The 2-door Rubicon is 72.3 in (1,840 mm) high while the standard models are 70.9 in (1,800 mm). The 4-door is 73.9 in (1,880 mm) wide while the 2-door is 73.7 in (1,870 mm). The length is 173.4 in (4,400 mm) for the 4-door and 152.8 in (3,880 mm) for the 2-door.

    The wheelbase is 116 in (2,900 mm) for the 4-door and 95.4 in (2,420 mm) for the 2-door. The available transmissions are 6-speed Chrysler NSG370 manual, 5-speed W5A580 automatic (2012-Present) and 4-speed Ultradrive 42RLE automatic. The engine options are 3.6L Pentastar V6 and 3.8 L EGH V6.

    The 2007 model is a total redesign of the Wrangler line. The JK platform was developed to take the place of the TJ. It is significantly larger than its predecessors.

    Most notable are its 3.4-inch (86 mm) wider track and wheelbase which is 2 inches (51 mm) longer. However, the 2-door model is 2.5 inches (64 mm) shorter compared to the previous version. This is true regardless of the truck bed dimensions for a Jeep Wrangler.

    Other Information

    The JK was introduced during the 006 North American International Auto Show. The JK comes in two types: long-wheelbase Unlimited 4-door and the short-wheelbase 2-door. Both 2 and 4 doors are available in Rubicon, X and Sahara trims.

    TJ (1997–2006)

    This is the previous model. The height is 71.2 in (1,810 mm) for the 2004-06 SWB. For the 2002-03 & 2004-06 LWB it is 70.9 in (1,800 mm). The 2000-01 models are 71.1 in (1,810 mm) tall. The width is 66.7 in (1,690 mm for the 2004-06 SWB and 68.3 in (1,730 mm) for the 1997–2003, 2004-06 LWB.

    The lengths are as follows. 2004-06 LWB: 171 in (4,300 mm); 2004-06 SWB: 154.9 in (3,930 mm), 2000-03: 155.4 in (3,950 mm) and 1997-99: 151.2 in (3,840 mm). The wheelbase is 103.4 in (2,630 mm) LWB / 93.4 in (2,370 mm) standard.

    The TJ came out in 1997. The truck bed dimensions for a Jeep Wrangler slightly differ from the previous versions. The Wrangler has coil-spring suspension. The handling of the jeep has also been improved.

    The headlamps were also redesigned so they resemble the classic CJ. Right hand versions of the truck were also made available in several countries. In many cases only those with auto transmissions are available.

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