2015 Jeep Wrangler Review: Softer Look, Gentler Performance, Poor Fuel Consumption

The Jeep Wrangler is one of the most iconic vehicles in the world due to its rich history and off-road prowess. However, things are beginning to evolve for the Wranglers and this is evident with the latest Wrangler Sahara that was launched late last year.

The vehicle is simply different in the sense that it doesn’t flaunt a thoroughly detailed warfare design like every Wrangler before it. Instead, the Sahara sports a toned down design that is coated in Black paint. Even the interior too is themed in Black thus it is no nonsense from the 4WD SUV.

The surprising bit is that the Jeep Wrangler Sahara is also comforting in the best way. The new suspension ensures that the vehicle doesn’t rock roughly and the seat cushions are all softer than before. Furthermore, the tall height of the car gives off a great driving feel.

Then again, the Wrangler Sahara is still a monster when off the roads. Drivers can easily pull down the lever to engage the 4WD mode and start driving like a maniac on the dirt trails, hill ascends and river crosses.

The Wrangler Sahara is powered by a 3.6L Pentastar V6 engine that develops 305hp. The vehicle might perform splendidly when off the roads and decently when on the tar mat but it is in no way fuel efficient. Regardless, one can own the Jeep Sahara Wrangler from just $32,000.

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