2024 Wrangler gains Xtreme 35-inch tire option

One of the more popular modifications to Wranglers has been 35-inch tires; but the factory never made this available for the classic two-door Jeeps, until now. Jeep has just announced the 2024 Wrangler two-door’s Xtreme 35 tire package, available only on the Rubicon and Willys. It comes three years after its debut on the four-door model, which was originally dubbed “Unlimited”—and which now outsells the classic two-doors.

2024 Jeep Wrangler Willys with xtreme 35 tires

The package includes B.F. Goodrich KO2 tires, and increases the breakover angle to 32.4° (the approach angle is 47.2° and the departure angle is 40.4° with the package). Water crossings are rated at 34 inches, and ground clearance at 12.6 inches (32 cm).

For Canadians, the package costs $4,995 CAD, currently around $3,500 in USD. It requires the four-cylinder turbo engine, which puts out more power than the V6, and also comes with 17×8 beadlock-capable tires, a swing gate reinforcement due to the added weight of the spare, a 4.56:1 axle ratio, and 1.5 inch (3.8 cm) factory lift complete with unique shock absorbers. Overall, the package is a better deal than most home-grown modifications, since it promises far greater durability and will not throw off the suspension geometry.

The 2024 Wrangler Rubicon X, which is (Canadian) $79,905 plus $2,095 shipping, comes with the package as standard equipment. Orders will open in the next seven days for the Rubicon; the Willys will follow in the next two months. Production starts in Spring 2024.

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