BLIND SPOT MONITORING AND REAR CROSS PATH DETECTION
Both Blind Spot Monitoring (BSM) and Rear Cross Path Detection (RCPD) rely on radar-based sensors to detect other vehicles. BSM will alert you if another vehicle is traveling in your blind spot, while RCPD will warn you of vehicles crossing your path when you’re backing up.
The new sport bar is constructed of ultra-high strength steel formed into a tough, rugged unitized component, painted body-color to blend with the rest of the body.
Hill Start Assist
Great for off-roading and steep urban streets, Hill Start Assist helps prevent your 2018 Jeep® Wrangler from rolling backward when starting on an uphill slope.
EYES IN THE BACK OF YOUR HEAD
Whether backing up to a campsite, a boat launch or a parking spot, the ParkView® Rear Back Up Camera combined with the Uconnect touchscreen will make it easier.
The ParkSense® Rear Park Assist System uses sonar sensors located in the rear bumper to detect obstacles behind you. It will sound an alert when you get close to a potential hazard when parallel parking or backing into a parking spot.
Tire Pressure Monitoring System And Full-Size Spare Tire
Properly inflated tires provide better efficiency, safety and security. The Tire Pressure Monitoring System will alert you if pressure is incorrect and, in case of a flat tire, the 2018 Jeep® Wrangler is equipped with a full-size spare.
Never take your key out of your pocket. The passive entry system will automatically unlock the door(s) and swing gate when you pull the door handle on the Jeep Wrangler.
KEEP IT ON THE STRAIGHT AND NARROW
Gusts of wind or a large passing truck can cause your trailer to sway from side to side. When swaying occurs, the Trailer Sway Control system applies brake pressure on alternating wheels and adjusts engine throttle to help eliminate the sway and maintain the vehicle and trailer system stability.