Jeep Wrangler Overview
As an everyday vehicle, the Wrangler trails most SUVs, but few are better for off-road use. The Wrangler uses Chrysler's 3.6-liter V6 and five-speed automatic, which returned 17-mpg overall in our tests. Though the Wrangler may be better than ever before, the ride still rocks and jiggles constantly, and handling is very clumsy. Wind noise is very loud at highway speeds. Getting in and out is awkward, and the interior is uncomfortable. Off-road performance is legendary, and the Rubicon performs better there than our tested Unlimited Sahara did. IIHS side-crash results for the two-door are poor, and the four-door scored marginal; but offset frontal and small overlap results for the four-door are good. Reliability has been well below average.
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