The Wrangler has iconic styling and almost unrivalled off-road ability, but there’s more to it than that. It’s also a practical family car for everyday use.
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Thinking of getting a Jeep Wrangler?
The style of the car
The Wrangler has an iconic look that links back to the famous World War 2 Jeep. It looks like no other car and gives a real sense of strength and ruggedness. The latest version was launched in 2018. It’s available in two lengths, with a shorter two-door model or a longer four-door version. Some models have removable roofs and there are some bold colour options available.
How it drives
The Wrangler is designed to be virtually unstoppable when driving off-road. But you’ll probably spend most of your time driving it on-road, where it’s easy and pleasant to drive at a relaxed pace. The longer four-door version has a larger turning circle, so you have to give yourself a bit more room when parking. Powerful petrol and diesel engines are available and both give more-than-adequate acceleration. All models have an automatic gearbox and four-wheel drive.
The shorter, two-door Wrangler has four seats and is about the same size as a Nissan Qashqai. The four-door version has five seats and is closer to a Volkswagen Touareg in size. Both versions have spacious interiors with room for an adult in every seat. The four-door is the more practical option as back seat access is much easier. There are two sets of Isofix mounts and as much space as any child could need. Smaller children may need help getting in and out, though, as the Wrangler sits quite high off the ground. The four-door has a much bigger boot, too. A week’s camping gear will easily fit. Fold down the back seats and the space doubles. All models come with climate control, sat nav, smartphone connectivity, cruise control and a parking camera.
The Wrangler isn’t the most fuel-efficient of SUVs. According to official figures, the four-door diesel gives a fuel economy of 29mpg and the four-door petrol gives 25mpg. They are in the top road-tax bracket, too, but insurance costs should be reasonable.
How it compares with similar cars
There are other SUVs that combine a family-friendly interior with mountain-climbing off-road ability. The Land Rover Defender and Toyota Land Cruiser, for instance. But they don’t look like a Wrangler. While the Jeep stacks up well as a practical proposition, its styling and heritage are what really set it apart.
Jeep Wrangler common questions
The Wrangler is built to tackle the roughest terrain so it should stand up to the rigours of family life.
The Wrangler isn’t the most fuel-efficient of SUVs. Both the petrol and diesel versions give an official fuel economy of less than 30mpg.
Both the two- and four-door versions of the Wrangler have plenty of passenger space. The longer four-door is the more practical option, with easier access to the back seats and a bigger boot.
There are other SUVs with abilities similar to the Wrangler’s. But the Wrangler has a truly unique look and, if you love it, nothing else will do.