|03-14-2010 11:35 AM|
|J.B.||Luv this Forum already! Heh Heh!|
|03-14-2010 11:19 AM|
|03-13-2010 11:28 PM|
|J.B.||Welcome to the forum buddy!|
|03-13-2010 10:50 PM|
|old z duner||thanks for the info, i just bought a '10 sport and was wondering about the differences also|
|03-13-2010 08:55 PM|
|J.B.||That more than cleared it up. Thanks kik! Oh.......and InfernoGirl???|
|03-13-2010 02:53 PM|
This should clear it up: NEW FOR 2010:
- Wrangler X and Wrangler Unlimited X renamed Sport
- Two-door Wrangler Sport adds standard cloth seats with driver’s height adjuster and front seat map pockets, floor mats, temperature gauge, compass, full-length floor console, fog lamps, new bumper assembly with tow hooks, sliding sun visors with mirrors, front dome lamp with on/off switch, Interactive Decel Fuel Shut-Off, and on automatic transmission-equipped models, a Fuel Saver Indicator
- Sahara adds standard satin silver finish 18-inch aluminum painted wheels
- Rubicon adds standard satin carbon 17-inch aluminum finish painted wheels
- New optional Rubicon Wheel and Tire Group offered on Wrangler Sport
- Two-tone leather optional on Sahara and Rubicon models, replacing Limited package
- Sunrider soft top easier to use; dual-top models include hardtop storage bag
- UConnect hands-free phone added to CD/DVD/MP3 Media Centre radio
- Wrangler Sport S adds available 32-inch Tire and Wheel Group package
- Exterior colours: Surf Blue Pearl, Natural Green Pearl and Dark Charcoal Pearl added; Jeep Green Metallic, Detonator Yellow and Sunburst Orange Pearl discontinued
- Sahara model now available in all colours, adding Stone White, Flame Red and Surf Blue Pearl
For 2010, the base Jeep Wrangler models change their names: formerly the Wrangler X and Wrangler Unlimited X, they are now called Sport. The Wrangler Sport receives considerable new standard equipment missing on the X, including upgraded seats, new gauges, a full-length floor console, new bumper, and Interactive Decel Fuel Shut-Off, which cuts the fuel supply on deceleration for improved fuel economy.
Other changes include new wheel finishes for the Sahara and Rubicon, the addition of UConnect phone to the CD/DVD/MP3 Media Centre stereo, and a soft top that’s easier to use.
The Wrangler is available as the two-door Wrangler, or as the four-door Wrangler Unlimited, in Sport, Sahara and Rubicon trim lines. All use a 3.8-litre V6 with six-speed manual transmission or optional four-speed automatic, and with part-time four-wheel drive.
Features on the Wrangler Sport include 16-inch steel wheels, full-framed doors with roll-up windows, black fender flares, fog lamps, black manual mirrors, tow hooks, Sunrider soft top, variable intermittent wipers, rear under-floor storage bin, floor console with locking bin, front floor mats, CD/MP3 stereo with auxiliary input, two-tone cloth bucket seats, driver’s height adjustment, fold-and-tumble second-row bench seat, tilt steering column, removable carpet panels with floor drain plugs, Dana 30 solid front axle, Dana 44 heavy-duty solid rear axle, 3.21 axle ratio, hill start assist, skid plates, and tire pressure monitoring system.
The Wrangler Sport S package adds 17-inch alloy wheels, deep-tinted windows, cruise control, and leather-wrapped steering wheel.
The Unlimited Sport is equipped similarly to the Sport S, but adds a 60/40 split-folding and reclining second-row bench seat, and front and rear floor mats.
The Wrangler Sahara builds on the Sport S and adds 18-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, body-colour fender flares, tubular side steps, Freedom Top three-piece modular hardtop, power locks with keyless entry, security alarm, power windows with auto-down, premium Infinity speakers and subwoofer, and heavy-duty suspension.
The Unlimited Sahara is similarly equipped.
The Wrangler Rubicon builds on the Sport S and adds 17-inch alloy wheels, air conditioning, power locks with keyless entry, power windows with auto-down, security alarm, premium Infinity speakers and subwoofer, Dana 44 heavy-duty solid front axle, 4.10 axle ratio, front and rear remote electronic locking differentials, performance-tuned suspension, and electronic disconnecting front sway bar.
The Unlimited Rubicon is similarly equipped.
Depending on the trim line, available options include half-metal doors, dual hard- and soft-top package with storage bag, trailer tow package, navigation system, and leather seats.
|03-13-2010 02:05 PM|
|CruserBruiser||from my quick google search it appears the only difference is the sport sticker and the cost. You can expect to pay about $1000 more for the 2010.|
|03-13-2010 01:46 PM|
|kik||For 2010 there is the Sport (for the most part the 09 X), Sport S, Islander, Sahara and Rubicon. In order of basic to not so basic.|
|03-13-2010 12:37 PM|
|Ozarkharleyguy||I bought a Sport but heck if I know. Found what I wanted and a deal I could live with so good enuff. Good question but if I were you I'd make myself happy.|
|03-13-2010 12:26 PM|
|MOz||Not JK expert, but it sound like a different sticker to me.|
|03-13-2010 12:22 PM|
Well no...... One was made in '09, the other in '10..... Sorry, couldn't help myself....
Pretty sure you are correct.
|03-13-2010 12:12 PM|
The X and the Sport
Just wonderin'...seen where the 2009 were X's and 2010 are Sport's. Aren't they both the same?