Jeep’s new plug-in-hybrid Wrangler promises 375 horsepower and 49 MPGe but struggles to smoothly blend its gas and electric power.
Depending on how you frame it, the Jeep Wrangler 4xe is either a relic of the past or one of the most technologically complex vehicles on the road. Body-on-frame construction, solid front and rear axles, and a fabric roof make the Wrangler a sort of 21st-century self-propelled covered wagon.
Jeep is increasing the price of the 2021 Wrangler Unlimited 4xe plug-in hybrid. The entry-level Sahara grade now starts at Read more
When it comes to full-fledged, hardcore off-roading, there are two nameplates that are among the best out there – the Read more
After taking both available powertrains, including the optional seven-speed manual, to the test track, we know a lot more about Read more
Hard-core Rubicon now the only two-door on sale as MY21 Jeep Wrangler starting price rises by $9000 The Jeep Wrangler Read more
Apocalpyse Manufacturing has unleashed the Warlord, a custom Ram TRX with six wheels and a whole lot of attitude. With Read more
We've already driven the Bronco and several cool Jeeps, but 2021 still has a lot more to come. As of Read more
Next-generation all-electric Jeep Wrangler ‘Freedom’ to deploy wild new off-road features Jeep has big plans for its next generation of Read more
It's 950 horsepower worth of star-spangled bombast. Do you go with the slick Mustang or the roaring Wrangler? Last year, Read more
Somewhere, deep in the bowels of Stellantis' sprawling North American headquarters in is a room. In that room, there are Read more
We come to expect certain things from off-road vehicles, but none more so than a willingness to sacrifice on-road livability Read more
We knew Ford's new Bronco would be seriously great off-road, but where it really one-ups the Jeep Wrangler is in Read more