If stealthy style and luxury what you want from a Jeep, look no further than the Jeep Wrangler High Altitude. Jeep has just launched the configurator for the model on their website, so here’s what you need to know before speccing yours out. The High Altitude starts at $49,995, but current promotions have it listed for $45,027.
The High Altitude edition is one of a seemingly endless list of Jeep Wrangler derivatives. This model is focused on street style, and has the nicest cabin in the Wrangler lineup. The exterior is mainly body colored panels or blacked out. All models come standard with black painted 20 inch wheels, black grille inserts and badging, but body colored fenders, roof and bumpers. Black and tan tops are also available, if you want a soft top or one of the multi-piece units.
As with all Wranglers, the High Altitude gets Jeep’s range of four and six cylinder engines, but only gets an 8-speed automatic with no manual on offer. That’s hooked up to four-wheel-drive, with a 2.72:1 transfer case available.
The Jeep Wangler High Altitude is only offered in five exterior colors. Black and white non-metallic paint is no cost, while Granite Crystal, Billet Silver and Ocean Blue metallic colors are all a $245 option. The Snazzberry color is set to arrive later on.
Another distinction between this and other Jeep models is that it’s only available with all season tires. It should still be capable off-road, but has less of a focus on when the pavement ends.
As for the interior, the High Altitude comes highly equipped with black quilted leather and the 8.4 inch Uconnect touchscreen as standard. Optional packages include a trailer and tow group ($795), advanced safety group ($795), and cold weather package ($695).
Add it all up, and the Jeep Wrangler High Altitude can top $50,000. Expensive, but that’s the price to pay for such style.