The ace up the 2023 Jeep Wrangler’s sleeve is its off-road capability, but there are far better commuters for most drivers. We rate it at 5 out of 10, awarding it a point for its four-wheeling bits but subtracting one for a clunky ride.
Of course. Even a base Wrangler Sport offers a full toolbox of four-wheeling kit with its 2-speed transfer case, high ground clearance, and available meaty tires.
Rubicon versions add locking front and rear differentials for improved traction in sticky situations. The Mojave has a rear locker for sand use, and the tech is available on select trim levels for an extra cost.
Jeep fits a basic 2-speed transfer case not suitable for four-wheel-drive use on dry pavement, but an optional setup called Selec-Trac has an automatic mode that’s great for rain or light snow.
How fast is the Jeep Wrangler?
The 285-hp 3.6-liter V-6 purrs at…