February 25, 2021

REVIEW : JEEP WRANGLER – SAFETY AND SECURITY FIRST

When you supplicate images of off-road, the 2021 Wrangler is likely the best choice for the scenario. Its nostalgic design will take your memories back to the World War II era military vehicle. Nevertheless, the modernized Wrangler offers a huge range of comfort and sophisticated features considering science fiction. The superior materials and the craftmanship throughout, deliver the design a premium experience. Influenced by the Wrangler legacy, state-of-the-art technology, and the refined cabin gives more comfort and space. Its symbolic look highlighted with the body-color fender flares and body-color hardtop results in the exterior a top-notch.

The removable doors and roof ads perfection for wild riding. You can count on Wrangler; it will take you places even if the condition is rugged with its Trial Rated roughest environments performance. Wrangler will make every single moment of your journey a joy. 

THE MODELS

The Wrangler Jeep has 3 models namely SAHARA, SAHARA UNLIMITED AND RUBICON UNLIMITED. Let’s see their specs at a glance.

SAHARA 

•       It has the standard wheels and tyres, 18-inch Polished Aluminum with Painted Granite Crystal Spokes. The Engine is supported by the 2.0 1-4 Direct-injection Turbo with an 8-speed Automatic Transmission. Has a towing capacity of 907kgs. 

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SAHARA UNLIMITED

•       Same here, standard wheels and tyres – 18-inch Polished Aluminum with Painted Granite Crystal Spokes. Supported by 2.0 1-4 Direct-injection Turbo engine and 8-speed Automatic Transmission. The capacity to tow is 1587 Kgs. 

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RUBICON UNLIMITED

•       The wheels and tyres are standard with 17-inch Aluminum Polished with Mid-Gloss Black Pockets. A 2.0 Liter Direct Injection Turbo Engine, which has an 8-speed Automatic Transmission. Holding a capacity of 1587 Kgs in towing.

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THE ENGINE, TRANSMISSION, AND PERFORMANCE

The standard 285-hp 3.6-liter V6 paired with the manual and automatic gearbox of Wrangler proves it as ‘born off-road-ready’. The part-time four-wheel-drive which is standard among the range adds confirmation born for off-road. A ride in this 4-door is adequately smooth over any vicious surface.

THE RANGE, CHARGING AND BATTERY LIFE

If only the power is captivating you for electric-only for trail tracking, obviously the 4xe powertrain is handy. The 17.0p-kwh battery pack will last for 25 miles (electric-only) or said to be sufficient for a few hours off-roading. Even if the battery runs out, need not worry about getting standard since its turbocharged four-cylinder is capable to drive all four wheels.

THE FUEL ECONOMY 

In common Wrangler’s EPA fuel-economy estimates are ahead of their competitors. The Sahara results with 20-mpg this means 3-mpg shorter than EPA while the hybrid model fares much better delivering 26-mpg.

THE INTERIOR, COMFORT, AND CARGO

Not though accommodating like modern days SUV, the Wrangler provides harmonious blends of vintage and modern Jeep attributes. The Wrangler’s easy navigation gives a commanding view of the road or trail. If still you need a much better view simply pop the top and remove the doors. Wrangler offers enough space for groceries and gears though flunky.

THE INFOTAINMENT AND CONNECTIVITY

The fourth-generation “Uconnect” infotainment interface is user-friendly, prompt, and can be displayed on a touch screen. Optional are both the Android Auto and Apple Car Play, apart from the navigation and a nine-speaker Alpine audio system.

SAFETY AND DRIVER ASSISTANCE.

Have a handful of optional driver assistance features. Few key safety features are listed below

•       Blind spot monitoring

•       Rear cross-traffic alert

•       Rear parking sensors

THE WARRANTY AND MAINTENANCE

The standard package which includes limited warranty and powertrain guidelines is similar to its rivals. With its 3 years of free maintenance comes the below warranties

•       Limited warranty covers 3 years or 36,000 miles

•       Powertrain warranty covers 5 years or 60,000 miles

THE NEGATIVES

Not rated by few important sources like NHTSA and IIHS. Does not have an exciting warranty and not the most spacious as an SUV.

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