Closer Look: 2014 Jeep® Wrangler Polar Edition [Photos]


This year, we’ve come out with a cooler way to celebrate the winter season – the 2014 Jeep® Wrangler Polar Edition is here. We first introduced the vehicle at the Frankfurt Motor Show and brought it to North American showrooms in November.

The Wrangler Polar Edition is based on a Jeep Wrangler Sahara and features 18-inch alloy wheels, a new front grille and power dome hood. The hood decal details an outline of mountains and a “Polar” badge near the front fender flares. On the badge are the geographic coordinates of Vostok (in Antarctica), the place where the world’s coldest temperature was recorded.


As far as capability goes, the Wrangler Polar Edition is equipped with a Dana 30 front axle and Dana 44 rear axle. It also comes standard with the Trac-Lock anti-spin rear differential to help you navigate through whatever winter throws your way.


Inside, the Wrangler Polar Edition features black heated leather seats with white accents throughout the vehicle. It has an all-new instrument cluster with the “Polar” logo in the background. The “Polar” logo also appears on the upper front seat backs.


The Jeep Wrangler Polar Edition comes in Hydro-Blue (shown), Billet Silver Metallic and Bright White. To learn more about the 2014 Jeep Wrangler Polar Edition, visit


15 Responses to “Closer Look: 2014 Jeep® Wrangler Polar Edition [Photos]”

  1. Mark Otley

    I’ve been to Antarctica twice and would have been cool to have one of these….

  2. lionheartsghost .

    Pretty awesome but there is not enough clearance. In Tahoe we sometimes are driving through 3 to 4 feet of snow.

    • Carol L

      Definitely way too low for significant mountain snows and I gotta “feel that hamstring burn” when I climb inside to know it’s a Jeep!

  3. Simpledakota

    I would love one of these just for everyday use living in South Dakota. 🙂 ( like checking cows in the pastures.:) Fixing fence..and chasing horses.. then using it to go to church.!!.

    • Royce Plain

      I use my 1998 wrangler for chacing cows and fixing fences you are right it does great for all you just said even going to church a good all aroud ride

  4. Royce Plain

    I love the new look for the wranger. I own a 1998 half door wrangler it has the 2.5ltr in it and it does what i want it to do

  5. Rick Delaune

    So if I buy one of these Polar Editions and spend $40,000 of my hard earned Dollars, do ya think Chrysler will give a rats ass if the front end goes out after just 40,000 miles ???? Don’t think so !!! The same think happened on my Sahara. And how do I know Chrysler knew about the problem ?? They put out a Service Bulletin to correct the issue. This was not wear and tear…………this was a warranty issue that cost me $480 plus New shocks, front end alignments and wheel balances, a new stabilizer bar in an attempt to correct what they knew was a problem..All toll I spent $1,200 to correct a problem the factory knew about.
    I love my Jeep. It’s my second. My first Jeep Cherokee, if you made a Left hand turn, the engine would kill. The dealership could not find the problem. I had to get rid of it or wind up dead. So Chrysler, do the friggin right thing for your buyers and make those of us who put our trust in your Car Company and do the right thing for all the Problematic Jeeps out there with Steering Problems !!! Have a Service Executive call me if you would like to talk to me direct.
    Captain Rick Delaune
    424 Chase Court West, Mandeville, LA 70448


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