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Monthly Update for April 2018 - 2018 Jeep Wrangler Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited May 2018 in Jeep

imageMonthly Update for April 2018 - 2018 Jeep Wrangler Long-Term Road Test

During its second month in the Edmunds long-term fleet, our 2018 Jeep Wrangler split its time between commuting and an off-road camping trip.

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Comments

  • misterfusionmisterfusion Posts: 471
    Come on, JKav -- I mean a convertible top does not help with the "functionality or refinement" of a Porsche Boxter, either. Or if we're being honest, it does not help with ANY CAR.

    I don't own a Wrangler and would never buy one, but I would also never say that it isn't well-suited for its intended function. It's crazy how in 2018 there are people who can STILL be surprised at what a Wrangler is, and how it functions.
  • legacygtlegacygt Posts: 599
    edited May 2018
    A year ago, the internet was up in arms about how the new Wrangler may not have a fold down windshield or removable doors. These are things a Wrangler ought to have and these are the things that lead to the lack of refinement. Fine. If you value a quiet highway ride over door-free rock-crawling, then Jeep would be happy to sell you Cherokee or something else. Or you can get a Forester. Or you can get a 5-series. Cars all have strengths and weaknesses. And it's fair to point out that a Wrangler is a poor highway cruiser. But unless every review review of a 5-series is going to point out how it can't handle rocks or mud, I don't think we need to keep harping on what the Wrangler does poorly. Point it out if you must, but then move on.
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