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The Wrangler is the SUV that Jeep fans point to when others accuse the brand of not being a real off-road machine.
While models like the Grand Cherokee have indeed gone full-on luxury SUV, the Wrangler stays much truer to its roots as a genuine off-roader.
The Wrangler has been around a long time, with the first models being released back in 1987.
The current generation is known as the JL, but even after all these years, the original DNA of the Jeep CJ-7 from wartime fame still remains.
What’s nice about the Wrangler is that you get one for almost any occasion.
While any of them fare pretty well off-road, it’s the Rubicon model that’s the best representation of that off-road spirit.
Others are built for a mixture of on- and off-road, with some marketed more as options for adventurous and quirky family cars.
It’s still powered by the Jeep 3.6L Pentastar V6 gasoline engine, but now also has a 2.0L Turbo I4 which manages 270hp and 295lb-ft of torque.
They even brought over a 2.2L turbo diesel from the European market to give the North Americans more choice.
The off-roading king, the Rubicon, comes with the very innovative Rock-Trac system, as well as an electronic locking differential, all of which help it navigate any kind of tough terrain.
These are additions that don’t come as standard on the regular Wrangler.
True to its form, you can still remove the doors and other panels to make it even more of a classic, rugged outdoor adventure.