Updated: Jul 25, 2020
As I discussed the Jeep Gladiator in one of my previous blogs, today I am going to discuss the Baddest SUV, the Wrangler, and especially the Rubicon Model. The Wrangler enjoys a Huge Fanbase and Recognition around the world, because of it's supreme off Road capability and Space to do a ton of Modifications! People who buy these Trucks usually put on Larger 35 or 37 Inch Tyres for greater off-road Capability and Lifting these SUV is also a Popular Culture. Well Talking about the heart of this machine. You get the option for either the 2.0 Litre Direct Injection Turbo Engine or the 3.6 L Pentastar V6 Engine. Well, I think It's Better to go for the 2.0 L engine because not only will it be giving you more Mileage but also provide the necessary Extra Torque, which is very Helpful In Off-Roading. The Underbody Armor Makes Sure that you Don't damage any Mechanical Parts While Off-Roading. The Skid Plates do their work Well. Plus the Rock Trac 4x4 System is a Must for true Off roaders. Also, the Front and Rear Differential Lock Provide You Ample Traction that is needed while off Roading. In other similar Vehicles, The Boxy Structure feels Like It will Topple During Curves and Corners but not on the jeep. The Sway Bar Works Well In Adjusting The Weight of the Vehicle during corners and Turns. The Front and Rear Dana 44 Axles Provide the Required Strength, Rigidity, and Durability. The Tow Hooks Provided Are Capable of towing up to 3500 Pounds and can also be used to help out less capable vehicles. Plus The Forged Steel Frame is capable Of Taking Heavy Abuse. Now Talking About The Interior The 8.4 Inch Touchscreen Works Fluidly and Comes with Android Auto, apple car play, and Standard Voice Command. Plus The Mobile App Helps you with Security Alerts, navigation Features, and Roadside Assistance Call. But the Wifi Hotspot Which is claimed to work Perfectly Fine is a Bit Too Laggy and takes time to execute Instructions. The Attention to Detail On this vehicle is very good, as You Could Find a Jeep Logo Almost Everywhere, You can find it on the wheel Rims, Wind Shield, and on the Door Glass as well. The Door Mats are Also made with an Off-road Texture, Which Feels Super Cool. Also, The Instrument Cluster has A jeep Wrangler In the Background as a WallPaper. The Cabin Feels Luxurious and Premium From Inside and Doesn't Feel Cheap as Jeep has not used any Cheap Hard plastics Inside the Vehicle. Also, It has Lots Of Space Inside and is high On Practicality, the Underseat Storage is Quite Large, plus the Boot Space is also Decent. The Separate Storage Provided By Jeep for the placement of nuts and Bolts is a Very wise Decision. One Thing I particularly Didn't Like about the Wrangler is the Keyless Go. It works Fine But What if you Start the Car with your Key And You Accidentally Forget the key in your home??. Once the Car is Started you Don't need the Key Anymore. You Can Drive the Car For Infinite Miles until you turn your car off. Cause You will Again Need The Key To Start The Car. I Suppose That Jeep Should Fix this Issue Soon. Well Talking about Safety and Security, you Do Get Abs, parking assists feature, a Rear View Camera, and Blind Spot Monitoring System. All work Perfectly Fine and make the wrangler as an Overall Excellent and Value For Money Package. I Give It A Big Thumbs Up and I think is a Definite Buy. Thank You, Readers.