Ten Second Review
Jeep Wrangler Lease Review - This is not a nice looking 4x4 only designed to drive on city roads, the Jeep Wrangler is a vehicle that is built to tackle any conditions you want to try and drive on. With a much improved technical performance the new Wrangler model is more sharp, powerful and agile. Part of this comes from the 3.6 litre engine that is present allowing drivers to rev through most challenges with ease. For when you are driving on the road the new 5 speed automatic transmission helps and makes journeys a more pleasurable experience.
This is the real, back to basics model for Jeep. Built as a challenger for the Land Rover Discovery, this rugged 4x4 takes its cues from the classic Jeeps, with a square frame and wide, conspicuous bonnet. This car makes a statement, and has the ability to back it up. It offers a real off-road experience, low geared and with plenty of power in them, the standard 2.8 litre will have no trouble over any rut or dip, while the interior features a solid upright dashboard surrounded by hard plastic surfaces, perfect for the boots of the passengers and easy to clean afterwards.
The removable roof and foldable windshield available on the Sahara model keeps the driver in touch with the elements, which is really the thinking at the heart of this vehicle. While possibly not the most comfortable of experiences, the Wrangler still hold five with ease and enough bootspace (around 500 litres) to hold any backpacks or luggage for an excursion. On tarmac, the Wrangler features Jeeps customary two-wheel drive option, with electronic stability controls and bouncy suspension to ensure you can get by on-road and off. With today’s predilection for a city 4x4 that can handle a road but starts to worry itself on a basic track, it is nice to see an off-roader built with just that in mind, and gives fans something to enjoy while still being just about practical enough for the modern consumer.