The most versatile, the most iconic, the most capable, the Jeep Wrangler has been with us for some seventy years now and isn’t ready to roll over and let the younger SUVs on the market have their fun yet. Keeping a lot of design cues from earlier Wrangler models but with just enough of a revamp to let you know it’s aware of the changing world around it, this newest in a long line of business-ready Jeeps has hit the ground snarling.
- Great, Confident looks
- Comfortable, stylish interior
- Pretty decent fuel efficiency
The clever people at Jeep didn’t go too crazy when it came to the redesign of the Wrangler. It has all the calling cards of its predecessors with just a touch of more modern stylings. It still gives the impression of capability over style, but that very fact makes it one of the most stylish SUVs out there. It promises exactly what it delivers.
If you’re looking for a versatile off roader you won’t go too far wrong with the Wrangler, there aren’t many other SUVs you could take the doors and roof off, you can even fold down the windshield if you’re feeling so inclined.
Inside the new Wrangler, you’ll find a healthy blend of modern, high quality materials and the kind of ruggedness you’d expect from a vehicle that cut its teeth on the battlefield. Everything feels built to last and to withstand whatever you feel like throwing at it, but it has all the hallmarks of a comfortable, modern car. Touch-screen infotainment system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, climate controls, and luxuriously comfy seats, these aren’t the kind of features you’d necessarily expect to find in a Jeep, but find them you will.
Aside from the touches of luxury, the interior of the Jeep Wrangler is also incredibly practical. There’s no shortage of storage spaces, with cubby holes dotted throughout the cabin.
- Running Costs
The iconic king of the off-roaders is still as fresh as ever. 70 years on, still the most versatile and fit-for-purpose SUV out there.