2014 Jeep Wrangler ratings and reviews

The Jeep Wrangler is what most people think of when they hear, “Jeep.” Its ability to perform on the road and off is almost unparalleled by any competitors, and its wide range of trim levels and options ensure that drivers can customize the rugged SUV to their needs. The 2014 Wrangler is a two-door SUV with four trims, starting with Sport B, which gets premium cloth seats, a rear folding seat, cruise control, fog lights, and a six-speaker sound system. Sport S gets air conditioning, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and deep-tinted solar glass. Remote keyless entry, remote start, side steps, automatic headlights, and heated side mirrors come with Sahara, while Rubicon boasts a high-performance suspension, 32-inch tires, rock rails, and an electronic sway bar disconnect. Options for each trim level are plentiful, including a trailer tow package, chrome styling elements, floor mats, and leather-trimmed seats.

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The Jeep Wrangler is what most people think of when they hear, “Jeep.” Its ability to perform on the road and off is almost unparalleled by any competitors, and its wide range of trim levels and options ensure that drivers can customize the rugged SUV to their needs. The 2014 Wrangler is a two-door SUV with four trims, starting with Sport B, which gets premium cloth seats, a rear folding seat, cruise control, fog lights, and a six-speaker sound system. Sport S gets air conditioning, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, and deep-tinted solar glass. Remote keyless entry, remote start, side steps, automatic headlights, and heated side mirrors come with Sahara, while Rubicon boasts a high-performance suspension, 32-inch tires, rock rails, and an electronic sway bar disconnect. Options for each trim level are plentiful, including a trailer tow package, chrome styling elements, floor mats, and leather-trimmed seats.
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