What Is the 2022 Jeep Wrangler 4xe MPG?

2022 Jeep Wrangler 4XE

 

Plug-in hybrid vehicles like the Jeep Wrangler 4xe offer a perfect solution if you want the option to drive on electric power alone, but you don’t want to fundamentally change the way you drive. Running on hybrid gas-electric power, the Wrangler 4xe MPGe is a combined city/highway 49 miles per gallon/kilowatt.

Some drivers worry about the range of all-electric vehicles or live in an area where charging stations are few and far between. With a PHEV, you’ll still be able to fuel up with gasoline at Dayton-area gas stations, and the Wrangler 4xe’s gasoline engine earns 20 MPG combined when you’re working without electric power. All that said, it’s easy to charge your Wrangler 4xe’s dual electric batteries with an at-home charging system!

2022 Wrangler 4xe Gas Mileage Specs

Unlike hybrid vehicles—which run continually on a combination of gas and electric power and don’t require charging—plug-in hybrids can run on gas alone, on battery power alone, or on both simultaneously. With a PHEV like the Wrangler 4xe, gas mileage is better than you can get with a hybrid—especially if you use battery power alone for short trips around Springfield. During these times, your 4xe will be functioning as an EV.

All in all, the 4xe will be a great fit for you if you drive in lots of different settings, from off-road trails to highways to traffic in downtown Huber Heights. Here’s what you should keep in mind:

  • When using the electric motor and gasoline engine, the Wrangler 4xe MPGe is a combined city/highway 49 miles per gallon/kilowatt.
  • When using the gasoline engine only, the Wrangler 4xe MPG is a combined city/highway 20 miles per gallon.
  • When using battery power alone, the Wrangler 4xe has an EPA-estimated electric range of 21 miles.

Charging Your Wrangler 4xe PHEV

To maximize your Wrangler 4xe gas mileage, we suggest installing a Jeep Hardwired Level II Charging Station in your home. Many drivers choose to install this convenient system in the garage, but a lockable and weatherproof enclosure makes it suitable for outdoor installation, too. Still on the fence? Consider these unique benefits of PHEV vehicles:

  • Control charging with built-in Wi-Fi connectivity, mobile app, and web portal.
  • Reduce energy costs by charging at low-rate times thanks to smart grid optimization.
  • Save on your purchase of a new PHEV with state and government incentive programs.

Installing your Level II home charger is simple! Our service technicians can answer any questions you may have about getting your home ready for an electric vehicle.

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Whether you opt for a Wrangler PHEV or a gas-powered Jeep SUV, our team is here to help you achieve the perfect build! Take a look at our current Wrangler lease deals to get a great price on your next purchase, and stop by our New Carlisle showroom for a test drive today.

 

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