Jeep Wrangler Leasing
Top 3 Features
Classic Jeep styling.
Incredible off-road capability.
2- and 4-door versions available.
Why Lease A Jeep Wrangler?
What’s The Cabin Like?
How Does It Drive?
From the outside, the Wrangler looks like a large box on wheels – and while you’d think this would pay dividends when it comes to passenger and luggage space, appearances can be deceptive. First off, the 2-door version is barely any more practical than a small hatchback or sports car, with a pretty small boot and limited cabin storage. The longer-wheelbase 4-door fares much better, of course, but its 548-litre boot capacity is only average for a large SUV – nearly the same as a Mercedes GLC or BMW X3, in fact. Lowering the rear seats frees up slightly in excess of 1000 litres.
No bones about it, there are cheaper SUVs to run than the Jeep Wrangler. That 2.0-litre petrol engine will deliver mpg figures in the mid-20s at best, and likely less if you’re using the car for proper off-road driving or long-distance motorway runs. But that’s the price you pay for the power and capability of a genuine 4x4 off-roader like the Wrangler, as opposed to something that only looks like it could get you to the top of a mountain. The good news is that a petrol-electric plug-in hybrid version of the Wrangler is in the works for the near future, and this should be much more efficient.
Jeep Wrangler 2-doorThe 2-door Wrangler feels most like a ‘classic’ Jeep – especially if you’ve got the roof and doors off and a surfboard sticking out of the back seats. But it’s rather impractical for use as your only car.
Jeep Wrangler 4-doorThe 4-door Wrangler is a more conventional choice, particularly for family motoring, as it’s both more comfortable and accessible for rear-seat passengers and has a greater boot capacity.
High Performance ModelsWhile the Jeep Wrangler is available in its US homeland with huge V8 engines, in the UK it’s only offered with the one 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder option. It’s pretty quick for a big SUV, but not really ‘high-performance’ as such.
The Jeep Wrangler Vs Competitors
The Jeep Wrangler has been designed to take on tough and hostile environments without breaking down, and many of its components are well proven across the wider Fiat-Chrysler group, so there should be no worries here.
In 2-door form, there’s just 203 litres (598 if you lose the back seats). But that expands to a more reasonable 548 litres in the 4-door – or more than 1000 litres when you drop its rear seats.
There are 3 basic ones – Sahara, Overland and Rubicon – plus the occasional special edition, such as the 80th Anniversary. The Rubicon has even more formidable off-road ability than the other 3.
Yes, all-round sensors and a camera are standard on every version.
It’s practical in terms of where it can go and the conditions it can deal with, but not really more practical than a more luxurious premium SUV in terms of luggage and passenger space. The 2-door is tight in both those areas.
The Wrangler has an iconic image – it’s associated with both the WW2 Willys jeep and the adventurous, sporty activities made possible by more recent versions. If you love all things big, brash and American, you’ll love the Wrangler.
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