Unless it’s a high-performance model, like a hot hatch or a supercar, or something luxurious, POV drives aren’t that interesting, right?
Well, for the most part, yes, but iconic models such as the new Jeep Wrangler is not your run-of-the-mill vehicle. So, besides checking out the usual reviews, a POV video might help answer some of our questions.
In this case, the all-new Jeep Wrangler was taken out at night for a quick spin on the highway and around town. It also stopped for gas, but you’d have to excuse bystanders for not noticing it as the FCA-owned brand chose not to mess with the instantly recognizable design, so you’ll have to look close to spot any exterior changes.
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Things are completely different under the skin and in the cabin, too, where the 2018 Wrangler is much improved compared to its predecessor. It’s still not a quiet and comfortable cruiser, but it is better than ever and will gladly tackle just about every road surface.
Pricing for the all-new Wrangler starts from $28,190 for the base model, whereas the Sahara variant starts at $37,845 and the Rubicon costs $40,995.