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Don’t Buy A 2023 Jeep Wrangler Before Seeing This First on Everyman Driver

With deep roots dating back to the Willys Jeep in WWII and CJ models of the 1970s, the Jeep Wrangler has maintained its shape and aesthetic for generations. But today, Wrangler’s off-road capability and affordability set it apart from other brands. For 2023, more than 300 options can catapult the Wrangler high into the realm of luxury SUVs while maintaining its relative value. In other words, a Jeep will cost much less than a Land Rover. Wranglers come with four-wheel drive, two outstanding axles, and a variety of two- and four-door body packages.

The choices for doorless, topless, or windowless driving seem endless. With 10.9 inches of ground clearance and approach and departure angles of 44 and 37 degrees, respectively, the Wrangler can deliver aggressive rock climbing. Locking differentials in the front and rear axles share a two-speed transfer case for low-range gear ratios that ensure optimum crawling and traction. With prices ranging from $30,000 for a base model to $90,000 for a fully loaded Rubicon 392, there is a Jeep Wrangler combination to suit every buyer.

Jeep Wrangler is the standard to which all serious off-road SUVs are compared. But while the Wrangler handles dirt, rocks, and hills like a champ, it’s a rough-riding daily driver.

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