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2010 Jeep Wrangler - The Offroad Legacy Continues

The Jeep Wrangler could almost be called an iconic car, one of the most recognizable and most capable off-road vehicles available today. Its four-wheel drive system also offers all-weather capability.  Its convertible body style offers open-air fun, while the Wrangler Unlimited offers a four door body style with room for five. Unlimited also has greater cargo capacity, making the Wrangler more practical. The Jeep Wrangler may not handle the best while on road or get the best as fuel mileage, but the Wrangler is fun. While Jeep's owner, Chrysler LLC is going through a major reorganization, and there will undoubtedly be many models left behind, the Wrangler is just to classic, popular, and loved through out the country. The 2010 Jeep Wrangler will likely feature a 3.6L Penstastar V6 Engine with variable valve timing, which will give it more power and torque, while getting better mileage at the same time. 

The '10 Wrangler will also get a more aerodynamic exterior design for, again, better fuel economy. Its Quadra lift will give it best in class ground clearance. The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is offered in three trim levels: base X, mid-line Sahara, and off-road oriented Rubicon. Standard features will include stain-resistant cloth upholstery, air conditioning, power windows, locks and mirrors, remote keyless entry, cruise control, an Infinity sound system with Sirius satellite radio, compass, outside-temperature indicator, skid plates to protect the transfer case and fuel tank, fog lamps, and all-terrain tires on aluminum wheels. 

2010 Wrangler Power

The more fuel efficient and powerful Pentastar V6 will be the '10 Wrangler engine of choice. No four-cylinder option will be offered. It is also quite possible that by 2010, the electric drivetrain, Jeep Wrangler EV will be rolled out. This is a much anticipated alternative fuel vehicle that is part of Chrysler's ENVI lineup, a group of electric vehicles in development.

Wrangler Design

The Jeep Wrangler is one of the most widely recognizable vehicles in the world. The latest generation looks quite similar to the previous version, which ended production with the 2006 model year. Most important, Wranglers have always had a distinct family resemblance to the original Jeep of World War II fame. Up front you'll find the classic round headlamps, Jeep's seven-slot grille, and a front bumper with integrated fog lamps. The upright fold-down windshield is slightly curved for better aerodynamics and reduced wind noise. Along the sides, all Wranglers have assist steps under the doors to make climbing in easier, and fender flares that are bolted on, so they can be easily taken off for repair or replacement. The standard soft top is relatively easy to remove and install. The Sunrider soft top slides back half way, like a huge sunroof over the front seats. The optional three-piece modular hardtop (Freedom Top) has two front panels that easily pop on and off like a T-top, and can be stored behind the rear seat. The third panel over the rear seat can be removed separately and stored in the garage. The Freedom Top yields a total of six open-air possibilities. Under the body, there's a boxed frame with seven crossmembers. Wide-spaced frame rails cradle the fuel tank between the wheels. Three skid plates protect the fuel tank, transfer case and automatic transmission oil pan.

Driving the 2010 Jeep Wrangler

Few vehicles are better off-road than a Jeep Wrangler. In fact, the Wrangler is the very symbol of off-road capability; everyone knows it was meant to get muddy and meant to climb hills and go over rocks.  Although it is not nearly refined as an on road vehicle, it has improved by leaps and bounds over the years. Hill Start Assist, which makes it easier to get moving from rest while heading uphill, is standard equipment, and the optional Trailer Tow Group includes Trailer Sway control, which monitors vehicle movement relative to the driver's intended path and initiates the activation of the electronic stability control if the trailer begins to sway to an excessive degree.

Inside the '10 Wrangler

The addition of the Unlimited as a four door model was welcome among the 'Jeepers' and future fans alike. The four-door doesn't change the character of the Wrangler but makes it easier to own and more practical for many. Inside, it is much more comfortable and convenient, offering more cargo and rear-seat passenger space. Still, the traditional two-door Wrangler has its charms. The 2010 Wrangler will likely get some minor interior updates, such as new technology and storage features.


The Wrangler was last redesigned for the 2007 model year; expect a redesign within the next couple years. For a look back, read a complete history of the Wrangler. The availability of extensive array of optional equipment and features makes the possible number of combinations to suit a wide range of consumers, from the hard core off-roaders, to those looking for comfort (relatively speaking) and cabin features. The standard six-speed manual fits the Wrangler's personality, but the optional four-speed automatic is more convenient. The Wrangler is one of the most fun-to-drive, off-road-capable Jeeps ever made. From its open-air driving to its more practical hard top, even the doors can be removed for ultimate fun. Electronic stability control with roll control, traction control, brake assist and hill hold control are standard on all Wranglers. Visit the official Jeep Wrangler site for the latest updates.

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