The Jeep® Wrangler 4xe has won Canadian Black Book’s 2023 Residual Value Award in the PHEV category.
This is the second year of CBB’s Best Residual Value Awards and the first where it has ranked plug-in hybrid electric vehicles. The awards measure a vehicle’s value into the future. They recognize which vehicles are expected to hold the largest percentage of their Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) 48 months after the original date of purchase. The Best Residual Value Awards complement CBB’s long-running Best Retained Value Awards, where Jeep Wrangler also has a long streak of success.
“This award from Canadian Black Book is only the latest feather in the cap of Jeep Wrangler 4xe,” said Jason Stoicevich, president – Canada, Stellantis. “As Jeep brand’s mission of Zero Emission Freedom takes shape, the plug-in hybrid Wrangler shows that electrification only enhances the capability – and the desirability – of its most iconic vehicle. This is also evidenced in its position as the number-one selling PHEV in both Canada and the U.S.”
The first electrified Jeep Wrangler, the Wrangler 4xe features a 2.0-litre turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine integrated with two electric motors and a 400-volt battery pack, delivering up to 35 kilometres of all-electric range, average fuel economy of up to 4.8 Le/100 km, instant torque and nearly silent off-roading.
“Stellantis’ Jeep Wrangler has been receiving awards from CBB almost every year for over a decade. This year is no different, and we are excited to reveal the latest win for the Wrangler 4xe in our ‘PHEV Main’ category. Congratulations on continued success with the iconic Jeep Wrangler,” said Yolanda Biswah, Senior Vice President and GM at Canadian Black Book.