The Chrysler group's Toledo Supplier Park is cranking out 600 vehicles per day. Of those, 82 percent are four-door Unlimiteds and 18 percent are two-door units.
Nearly 500 Wrangler Unlimiteds roll off Chrysler's Toledo Supplier Park assembly line daily.
Earlier Chrysler reported the mix was about 60 percent four-door and 40 percent two-door. The four-door Wrangler is available in hard- and soft-top versions.
"Demand for the hardtop four-door is much higher than we expected," said Cynthia Sidoti, Toledo Supplier Park plant manager.
The 2007 four-door Wrangler began arriving in dealerships last September.
In June, Jeep sold 10,952 Wranglers, the best June results ever for the Wrangler, according to Darryl Jackson, Chrysler vice president of U.S. sales.
Dealers say they've had a difficult time getting the top-of-the-line Rubicon version of the Wrangler, which is trail-ready and has Chrysler's MyGIG entertainment and information system that includes navigation.
"The market is overwhelming," Sidoti said. For 2008, the MyGIG system will be available without the navigation.
The Toledo Supplier Park is closed this week for model changeover. Workers will return July 23 and begin building 2008 models.
One change that dealers will notice immediately is a new Wrangler color. It's Detonator Yellow, which is fitting for one of Jeep's most explosive-selling vehicles.