2021 Jeep Wrangler Review. When the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited (4-door version) was released in 2007 I knew it was in my future. Extended wheel base for smoother on-road travel and extra cargo/human capacity moved if from a fun thing to have to something more practical for every day use.
Watching the Wrangler Unlimited evolve over the past 15 years only underscored what I already knew: it was the ultimate go anywhere, do anything vehicle. True: you’re trading some other things for the security of knowing this guy will get you down any road and back again safely. But as the Wrangler evolves the gap between what you’re giving up and what you’re getting shrinks, making it a solid choice for your all around car.
Assuming, of course – you want a Jeep. And the improvements made to the Wrangler JL from the previous JK series (2007 up until 2018) are nothing short of jaw dropping. The JL is equipped with all the modern tech you expect in a contemporary car: countless safety features, backup camera, easy smart phone pairing, keyless entry, etc. The tech in the modern JL Wrangler is on par with most vehicles. What it adds to the equation though is its unique spin on how the whole package comes together.
The Wrangler is a more solid a vehicle than many others on the road. It is built with a predisposition for sturdy dependability. It is not a light weight, slippery, injection-molded plastic car designed to last until your loan is paid off, then move on to the next one. It is designed to be safe, dependable, viable for many years. If you’re looking for an ultimate vehicle that will literally take you any place you can think of – and bring you home safely – there’s no need to look beyond the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited.