Jeep Wrangler Overview

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 Industry Reviews

While a bit more civilized for 2011, the Jeep Wrangler remains a no-nonsense American icon. Its quirky character and unique off-road abilities continue to hold appeal.

The four-wheel-drive, go-anywhere Wrangler remains the quintessential rugged Jeep.

 Consumer Reviews

Had an Xterra before, but the capable out of the box Rubicon opened a new world of trails. - Willaby

Love, Love, Love it!! It is so fun to drive, so versatile. I ride with the top down, the top up but the windows removed, or with the sun-rider top open. I get compliments all the time. - Jody

I will never buy anything but a Wrangler for the rest of my life. This 2011 Jeep Wrangler is everything you want in a new ride! Styling, performance, looks, just the freedom to easly put the top down and feel the wind where ever you want to go. - Joe


Best 4x4 Vehicle of the Decade
Four Wheeler Magazine editors have name the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon the Best 4x4 Vehicles of the Decade. They write, "The JK (current version) Wrangler represented a big step up in on-road ride and handling for Jeeps flagship ride, yet its off-road capability wasn't compromised in the least." That's exactly what we were going for.

Jeep Ranked Top Domestic Brand
Nearly 70 years of innovative engineering and real-world testing combined to create reliable, long lasting and very capable Jeep products it's no wonder the Jeep brand was named the only domestic brand to rank highest in resale value by Which is no surprise considering Jeep owners are some of the most loyal and cover every lifestyle from suburban dweller to off-road explorer

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40 percent more horsepower. 10 percent more torque. 26 percent faster 0-60 mph. Wrangler kicks it up more than just a few notches. The 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine delivers 285 horsepower and 260 pound-feet of torque. All this power and improved fuel efficiency.



The 2012 Jeep Wrangler 4x4 offers the ultimate in capability without compromise. Wrangler delivers with a standard Sunrider® soft top with a large rear window and a body-color Freedom Top® hardtop option on Sahara and Rubicon for a premium appearance. Wrangler holds true to its rugged heritage but ramps up the comfort factor in ride and handling.



Premium soft-touch materials, improved NVH (Noise, Vibration, Handling) for a quiet ride and thoughtfully designed ergonomics mean you'll be comfortable on- and off-road. A new five-speed automatic transmission delivers refined shifting and greater performance. Unexpected comfort features include: available heated front seats, Automatic Temperature Control with cabin air filtration, steering wheel-mounted audio controls, leather-trimmed seats, and more. Craftsmanship lives strong in Wrangler.


Wrangler Rubicon has earned its bragging rights (as if it needs any): Most traction of any Wrangler ever, Best-in-Class water fording capability[2] - through up to 30 inches of water, and Best-in-Class turning diameter[2].



This system allows you, by the flip of a switch, to automatically disengage the sway bar when driving under 18 mph in 4LO mode. The front wheels can then drop and compress up to 22 percent further on Wrangler Rubicon.



Rubicon has Best-in-Class ground clearance[2] along with Best-in-Class approach and departure angles[2]. The front air dam is removable to provide added flexibility (better approach angle) when off-roading.

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