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By Cars.com Staff
September 1, 2009
Vehicle Overview This off-roader emphasizes rock-crawling over highway comfort, and when it comes to hardcore trailblazing, it's rarely matched. Trim levels include the Sport, Sahara and Rubicon, as well as the four-door Unlimited. Competitors include the Nissan Xterra and Toyota FJ Cruiser. The Wrangler was redesigned for 2007.
New for 2010 For 2010, Jeep has renamed the Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited's base model "Sport." Now standard in the Sport are fog lamps, tow hooks, a compass and an outdoor temperature gauge. It also comes equipped with a soft-top that Jeep says is easier to remove, plus an indicator that shows when you're driving economically.
Exterior An available three-panel hardtop has removable sections above the driver, front passenger and rear passengers. The standard soft-top has been redesigned for 2010 and now can be removed more easily, according to the automaker. The side doors, available as full or half-size, are removable, and the windshield can be folded down.
Standard 16-inch steel wheels
Optional 17-inch aluminum-alloy wheels
Optional 18-inch aluminum-alloy wheels
Standard removable doors
Standard fold-down windshield
Standard full-size matching spare tire mounted on rear gate
Interior The thin-spoke steering wheel has a circular hub, and a vertical center control panel features a high-mounted radio with circular air vents underneath. The Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited feature a floor-length console with front and rear cupholders, plus locking storage.
Available cloth or two-tone leather seating
Standard six-speaker sound system with radio, CD player and MP3 jack
Optional air conditioning
Optional cruise control
Optional power windows and locks
Optional upgraded sound system
Optional navigation system
Under the Hood A 3.8-liter V-6 is the sole drivetrain for the two-door Wrangler. The Unlimited gets its own 3.8-liter V-6 with slightly more horsepower and torque. Off-road mainstays include a non-independent suspension (solid front and rear axles) and a part-time four-wheel-drive system with available dual locking differentials.
Other features include underbody skid plates, an available tow package and an available electronically disconnecting front stabilizer bar for increased ground clearance. The Wrangler Sport uses a standard four-wheel-drive system incorporating a two-speed transfer case for part-time use.
202-horsepower, 3.8-liter V-6 with 237 pounds-feet of torque (Wrangler)
205-hp, 3.8-liter V-6 with 240 pounds-feet of torque (Wrangler Unlimited)
Available part-time or full-time four-wheel drive
Two-wheel-drive Unlimited versions available
Standard six-speed manual transmission
Optional four-speed automatic transmission (standard on two-wheel-drive Wrangler Unlimited)
Standard four-wheel-disc brakes with vented front and solid rear discs
Safety The Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited have a standard electronic stability system with Chrysler's rollover mitigation technology, which can pulse individual brakes in an attempt to prevent impending rollovers. Side-impact airbags are optional for the front seats. Side curtain airbags aren't offered.
Standard front airbags, optional side-impact airbags
Standard electronic stability control with rollover mitigation
Standard brake assist
Standard Smart Key that immobilizes the engine in a theft attempt
Standard all-speed traction control
Standard antilock braking system with on- and off-road calibrations
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