We love convertibles, but many people don’t realize that every Jeep Wrangler SUV is also a convertible, be it equipped with a removable hardtop or a soft-top. Perhaps more notable, it’s one of the largest and most open-air convertibles you can buy since the discontinuation of Nissan’s preposterous Murano CrossCabriolet. (That, plus a droptop version of the outgoing Land Rover Range Rover Evoque.) And unlike most convertibles, the Wrangler is an asset rather than a liability come winter thanks to its go-anywhere character. The only real downside has been how difficult it was to lower the soft-top of previous-generation models.
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