The 2015 Jeep Wrangler ranks 21 out of 25 Affordable Compact SUVs. This ranking is based on our analysis of published reviews and test drives of the Jeep Wrangler, as well as reliability and safety data.
With its standard V6 engine, reviewers say the 2015 Wrangler has plenty of power for day-to-day driving, but isn’t especially fast on the highway. Some critics also comment that the engine is unrefined and loud. A manual transmission is standard and an automatic is optional. At an EPA-estimated 17/21 mpg city/highway, the Wrangler‘s fuel economy is low for the class as a whole but on par with that of other off-road-oriented SUVs. The 2015 Wrangler comes standard with part-time four-wheel drive, and reviewers say it can tackle nearly any terrain with ease, making it one of the best off-road vehicles available. However, the Wrangler’s rugged nature translates to a rough ride and ponderous handling on paved roads, they add.
“There’s something here for anybody who wants off-road utility, from the simple and inexpensive 2-door Sport with a soft top, to the go-anywhere Rubicon. The longer Wrangler Rubicon SUV offers four doors and a more usable back seat, but it does it all with the same off-road prowess as the original.” — Kelley Blue Book
“With roots going all the way back to the Willys ‘Jeep’ used during WWII, the iconic Jeep Wrangler is one of the purest and most capable SUVs on the market today. The latest model, available in two-door and four-door Unlimited versions, has been updated in recent years with a muscular V6 and a host of interior changes that make the truck a better daily driver.” — Left Lane News
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