The Wrangler is related to the Willys-Overland General Purpose light reconnaissance vehicle that became an icon of World War 2 and gave birth to the Jeep brand.
Jeep's compact off-roader has become famous in its own right, with a design that has changed only subtly over the decades.
There are two-door and four-door versions (the latter badged Unlimited), while a Rubicon variant indicates the most hardcore version of this immensely capable off-road vehicle.
Tremendous off-road ability
Good variety of models, including option of 2 or 4 doors
V6 petrol and 4-cylinder diesel both strong engines
Removable roof and doors create open-air look of original Willys jeep
Below-average on-road handling
High levels of wind noise
No diesel engine option for hardcore Rubicon variants
V6 petrol thirsty; turbo diesel lacks refinement
This is general information and should not be relied on as purchasing advice.