Jeep and the EPA announce the electric-only range for the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4Xe plug-in hybrid. The newest electrified Jeep gets a total EPA electric range of 21 miles, and a combined ratings of 49 MPGe, and 20 MPG if running on gasoline. This Jeep’s total driving range is listed at 370 miles.
Here is how the Jeep compares to some of the other 4-wheel-drive plug-in hybrids on the market today – the Range Rover Sport PHEV and the Toyota RAV4 Prime.
Naturally, the Jeep Wrangler has the running gear and the drivetrain to make it just as capable off-road as a gas-only Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. It has the clearance, the solid axles, the locking differentials, and the rest. It had a LOT of off-road capability built into it. While the RAV4 Prime and the Range Rover Sport PHEV have very sophisticated AWD/4WD systems – they are better suited for all-weather driving and light off-roading. The Range Rover will be able to tackle some difficult terrain with an adjustable suspension.
The Range Rover Sport is rated at 19 miles of all electric driving range and 480 miles of total range. The RAV4 Prime has an electric range of 42 miles and total driving range of 600 miles.
Here are all the details about the Wrangler 4Xe.