Few vehicles are better off road than a Jeep Wrangler. This is the one that started it all. Traceable to the original Jeep, the Wrangler is the very symbol of off-road capability.
The Wrangler is offered in the familiar two-door version and a four-door model, known as the Unlimited. The four-door doesn't change the character of the Wrangler but makes it more practical for many. It's much more comfortable and convenient, offering more cargo and rear-seat passenger space. Still, the traditional two-door Wrangler has its charms, and we enjoy all of them.
The 2010 Wrangler has only minor changes, including a couple of new colors and some minor feature enhancements. There's an improved Sunrider soft-top that is easier to remove, Sahara and Rubicon models have new alloy wheels, fog lamps and tow hooks are now standard on all models, the base Sport models now have cloth upholstery, and there are other detail refinements.
The Wrangler is available in a very wide range of models and trim levels and with an extensive array of optional equipment and features. All Wranglers have a 3.8-liter V6 engine; there is no four-cylinder engine available. The standard six-speed manual fits the Wrangler's personality, but the optional four-speed automatic is more convenient. We can't imagine getting a Wrangler without the highly capable four-wheel-drive, a part-time system that includes low-range gearing, but there are two-wheel-drive Unlimited models available.