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The 2.8-litre diesel engine gives 197bhp and 339lb ft of torque for taking corners and it over takes at a smooth rate. The performance on road is comfortable and leisurely but off-road is where it’s at its best. Although not very economical the 3.6-litre V6 petrol engine has 280bhp and 256lb ft of torque which makes it almost fly on and off-road as it can run 0-60mph in 8.1 seconds with a six-speed manual gearbox. In comparison the Land Rover Defender 2.2-litre diesel has only 122bhp and although it also runs well off and on road the Wrangler is best all round. Book to test drive the Wrangler on

Running Costs

The Wrangler’s aerodynamics and permanent four-wheel-drive mean that is isn’t the most economical as it will return 35mpg and has Co2 emissions of 220g/km.


The Sahara trim is the entry level into the range, and comes with a hefty amount of equipment including 17" alloys, climate control, automatic lights, Bluetooth and off-roading hardware including hill descent control. Overland trims will have added features such as heated leather seats, tinted windscreen and 18" alloys. The Rubicon trim is the only one to come with Jeep Dana front axle and a lower rear differential ratio and Rock Track back axle. Full specs across all of the trims are available for viewing in our brochure.