2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited


2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited




2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

Engine Size 3,604cc

Registration Year * 2017 / 8

Manufacture Year **N/A

Ext. ColorBlack

Wheel Drive4wheel drive

Transmission Automatic

Locations United States

Steering  Right

Seats  5

Doors  5

Dimension  5.00×1.88×2.34m

M3  21.996

Weight 2,028kg

The 2017 Jeep Wrangler is a unique off-roader bolstered by the freedom of open air driving.

Its aging design is a throwback to the past, but it offers just enough contemporary features and modern amenities.

The 2017 jeep wrangler unlimited Wrangler is a throwback to the brand’s earliest days as a military supplier.

Whether by chance or by design, the purpose-built off-roader has endured decades and has become one of Jeep’s best-selling vehicles.

Offered in Sport, Sport S, Sahara, and extreme off-road Rubicon models, the Wrangler combines an throwback design with a smattering of modern amenities.

As 2017 jeep wrangler unlimited readies a the next-generation Wrangler, likely for the 2018 model year, the 2017 model gets very minor updates.

Changes consist of available LED headlights and fog lights and a new Sport S model in place of the numerous special edition models from last year.

A Cold Weather group is now offered for the Sport S and Rubicon models.

We give the Wrangler an overall rating of 5.8 out of 10.

The 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited does one thing better than just about any vehicle on the planet—off-roading—but doesn’t do anything else particularly well, whether it’s ride, handling, or safety.


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Styling and performance

There is nothing on the road that looks like a 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited; its boxy shape shares the aerodynamic properties of a barn door.

2017 jeep wrangler unlimited  has managed to keep this model’s authenticity not just by preserving its ability, but in maintaining all sorts of details that you might not have otherwise thought could carry over to the present day.

The door hinges are still exposed, attached to flat sheet metal that pointedly avoids mass-market appeal.

And you can still completely remove its top and doors and flip down the windshield. 2017 jeep wrangler unlimited is proud to say that the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited  is the only four-door convertible SUV, which is admittedly a small market.

2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4×4 Side Exterior View

All Wranglers are powered by Chrysler’s 3.6-liter V-6, backed by a 6-speed manual or an optional Mercedes-Benz hand-me-down 5-speed automatic transmission.

The V-6 and automatic make a smooth, willing combination capable of dashing to 60 mph in as little as 7.7 seconds. There’s surprisingly strong passing pep, and revs are kept low.

Interior, safety, and features

The 2017 Wrangler remains a bit crude, but considering where it came from, and where it can take you, it is fairly livable compared to past generations.

The Wrangler has shed its cheap, plastic roots in favor of a modern instrument panel that is curvy and upright, with soft-touch materials in a few, key ares. Don’t be fooled, though; it can still be hosed down after a raucous ride outside.

Two body styles are available: the two-door Wrangler and four-door Wrangler Unlimited.

They offer a choice of soft or hard tops. Though easily penetrated by road and wind noise, they can be removed to completely open the cabin, making the Wrangler a true convertible SUV.

Fans of T-tops will like the Freedom hardtop, which has removable roof panels for a semi-open-air experience that requires less futzing.

The soft tops are still complex, multi-hand operations, and the Sunrider top has a flip-back open-air sunroof feature.

The 2017 Jeep Wrangler cuts an iconic figure, and mixes it with elements of the contemporary.
The current Wrangler looks a whole lot like the Wranglers that came before it, and the older Jeeps that came before that. 

It's ripe with military heritage and go-anywhere parentage, and there's just nothing else that looks like it.

The lineage of the Jeep Wrangler is unparalleled. Few vehicle have such an unmistakable look.

Extra styling doesn't help when the going gets tough, you see, as straight stretches of sheet metal are simply easier to repair.

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The Wrangler is an off-road acrobat, but on the road the ride is jiggly and the handling is slow-footed.

The Wrangler’s driving character is a mixed bag. On the road, it is one of the most raw, archaic, and sloppy vehicles on the market.

Take it off to the trail, though, and you’ll experience the Wrangler’s reason for being.

Off-road champ

The tough body-on-frame chassis and solid front and rear axles that established the Wrangler as one of the most capable off-road SUVs on the market continue to wow, with lots of clearance, a rugged underbody with protective skid plates, and terrific boulder-scrambling prowess.

There’s some modern technology to supplement the traditional four-wheel-drive system, too—like an electric sway-bar disconnect that permits impressive wheel articulation without making the on-road experience too floppy.

2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Recon, 2017 Chicago auto show

For those who shop by the numbers, the critical ones for the Wrangler are 44.3 degrees approach, 25.4 degrees breakover, and 40.4 degrees departure—that’s all for the top-of-the-line, off-road-pedigreed Rubicon.

Among useful quirks, you can start the Wrangler in gear, with your left foot off the clutch (provided you have 4-Low engaged).

This basically uses the starter to get the car going, and is especially useful on an incline when you want to start in gear and manage the brakes to avoid rolling backward.

2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon Recon, 2017 Chicago auto show

The Wrangler’s dull recirculating-ball steering leaves lots to be desired. Turn-in is crisp enough, but the steering has a “dead zone” of sorts and universally lacks feedback or road feel.

The Wrangler’s tall tire sidewalls also tend to get in the way of responsiveness on curvy roads. The good news is that it’s very easy to place on tight trails, and the turning radius is very tight.

All Wranglers are powered by a 3.6-liter V-6. A modern engine in an old architecture, it is rated at 285 horsepower and 260-pound-feet of torque.

The V-6 has all the requisite low-end torque needed for hardcore off-roading, as well as plenty of usable power for the street. The Wrangler accelerates all the way to the redline without any vibrations or roughness.

It’s fairly quick, too, with the 0 to 60 mph run taking 7.7 seconds in two-door Wranglers with the automatic.

This is all relative, of course. In the 2017 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, as with other back-to-basics cars like the MX-5 Miata, you don’t need to be going absurdly fast to have fun.

The 5-speed automatic—a (very good) hand-me-down from older Mercedes-Benz models—shifts smoothly in light to moderate acceleration, but musters a firmer shift feel when you’re driving it hard. A 6-speed manual is available as well.

Even with its long throws, long pedal travel, and touch of vibration, it offers greater control over what the Wrangler is doing, but with a little extra work along the way.

The gear ratios are very tall regardless of whether you choose the automatic or the manual; for instance, a base automatic Wrangler only has to shift once during a 0 to 60 mph run with the 3.21:1 ratio. A low 4.10:1 ratio is available in the Rubicon off-road model.


The back of the Wrangler Unlimited is spacious enough for adults, and the seats are bolstered enough for long hauls, or off-roading duty.


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