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Jeep Wrangler Guide
Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Jeep Wrangler. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Jeep Wrangler.
The Jeep Wrangler has been an iconic fixture on the SUV landscape for over three decades. Over the years, it's evolved from a simple and utilitarian off-road vehicle to something that's more civil on the road. The newest iteration of the Wrangler includes a four-door model as well as better aerodynamics and an upgraded interior with plenty of the latest tech. Despite the modern upgrades, the Wrangler still remains a very capable off-road vehicle.
Interior StyleEarlier generations of the Wrangler were known for basic interiors without even power locks or windows. The latest generation features a totally redesigned interior with upgraded materials, more cabin space and a contemporary layout with body-color panels. Available leather seats and dash give it a premium and almost luxurious feel. Android Auto and Apple CarPlay are also included with the Uconnect infotainment system.
Four-Cylinder PowerIf you're searching for slightly better fuel economy but no significant loss of power, the Wrangler's available 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine fits the bill nicely. The horsepower output is smaller than the V-6 at 268 vs. 285, but it offers 295 pound-feet of torque vs. the V-6's 260 pound-feet. This torque comes at lower revs as well. The four-cylinder comes paired only with the eight-speed automatic transmission.
Trim ChoicesThe Wrangler has always been available with a wide range of special editions and trims, and the newer generations are no different. The first step up from the base trim is the Sport S, which offers air conditioning, a leather-wrapped steering wheel and 17-inch alloy wheels. The next level is the comfortable Sahara with 18-inch alloy wheels, automatic headlights and side steps. For those who want the best off-road upgrades, the Rubicon offers a more competent four-wheel drive system as well as locking front and rear axles.
Entertainment OptionsDespite more modern construction with lighter materials, the Jeep Wrangler is not a particularly fuel-efficient vehicle. The 3.6-liter V-6 in the two-door model gets 17 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway regardless of what transmission its paired with. The four-door automatic model drops further to 16 mpg in the city and 21 mpg on the highway.
RideThe Jeep Wrangler is still a truck-based SUV with an off-road-ready design. The suspension reflects that with solid front and rear axles. Although the latest generation of Wrangler has a smoother ride than previous generations, it's still a rougher ride compared to modern SUVs with independent suspensions. The new steering system and upgraded shocks allow the Wrangler to offer a satisfactory around-town driving experience.
Active Safety FeaturesCrash ratings on the Jeep Wrangler are generally good with a three-star rating in the rollover and front crash categories. The side impact category received a marginal rating, and the headlights test was poor as was the side impact test. Active safety features may include electronic stability control and roll mitigation depending on the model year.
Jeep Wrangler Reviews
4.7 OUT OF 5 (126 Reviews)