Jeep Wrangler Reviews
Total Aggregate Score
3 / 5
The Jeep Wrangler is a rugged and capable off-roader, just don't ask too much of it on tarmac.
3 / 5
The Jeep Wrangler is nothing like as rough and ready as some people probably think it is. In some ways it's actually quite civilised. The biggest strong point of course is that it can handle pretty much any off-road terrain you throw at it with ease.
2.5 / 5
The Wrangler remains brilliant off road, with excellent ground clearance and good axle articulation, plus a switchable low-range transmission. Other than a emotional buy, the Wrangler can't be considered if you wish to spend a large majority of your time on tarmac.
5 / 10
In many ways the Wrangler is an outdated idea; a relic from a bygone age. There are a number of very impressive off-roaders that don't compromise on refinement and comfort in the ways that the Wrangler does.
2 / 5
It’s also still more than capable when it comes to off-roading . But buyers looking for on-road comfort, refinement or an upmarket practical interior will find a better alternative elsewhere.
3 / 10
Anyone who is even halfway sensible won't even get close to considering one of these. Which is as good a reason as any to look - if you're into that kind of thing...
1.4 / 5
The Jeep Wrangler is incredibly impressive over rough terrain but compromised as a road car.
1 / 5
The suspension set-up that makes the Wrangler such an off-road star shows its lack of sophistication on the Tarmac. It serves up roly-poly handling and a jittery ride, not helped by slow-witted steering.