Utility Features in the 2022 Jeep Wrangler
The 2022 Jeep Wrangler will feature four different four-wheel drive systems, each with its own unique capabilities. The most basic system, 4×4 Part-Time, is designed for light off-roading and is not recommended for towing. The next step up is 4×4 Full-Time, which is a more robust system that can handle more challenging off-road terrain. It is also capable of towing up to 3,500 pounds, which is the average towing capacity for any trim Jeep Wrangler.
The most capable system is 4×4 Rock-Trac, which is designed for serious off-roading. It features a low-range gear set that allows the Wrangler to crawl over obstacles that would stop other vehicles in their tracks. It also has an electronically locking front differential and an upgraded suspension.
The final four-wheel drive system is 4×4 e-Lockers. Drivers should also keep in mind that the Jeep Wrangler may have one of two different types of axles – the Dana 35 and Dana 44 rear axles.