Overview (Final Score: A-)
Theis well known for its legendary off-road prowess. It has a lot of quirks and interesting habits, but they’re expected by Jeep enthusiasts and welcomed by those who know what this sport utility is truly capable of doing. There are few things as fun as climbing into a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and either heading for a trail or making your own.
For 2017 not much has changed from the Wrangler’s previous model years. There is now an LED lighting package available for headlights and fog lamps, as well as a new Cold Weather package with a first-time offering of heated seats and remote starting.
From the base-model Wrangler Sport to the top-level and over-capable Wrangler Rubicon, there’s a Jeep in the Wrangler lineup for everyone.
What We Love About the 2017 Jeep Wrangler:
- Still the benchmark for trail readiness
- Nostalgic, one-of-a-kind look that everyone enjoys
- Every Wrangler is a convertible and has more aftermarket options than can ever be counted
What We Don’t Love About the 2017 Jeep Wrangler:
- A daily driver only for the most intrepid of owners
- Safety on the highway is well under par
- Deplorable infotainment and road noise
You can learn a lot more about the 2017 Wrangler now in the FULL CAR REVIEW HERE.