2010 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited review

The Wrangler is to Jeep what bananas are to Chiquita, and that's something Chrysler's latest owner, Italian automaker Fiat, has said it won't meddle with. That's probably a good thing. Short of a few luxury models, no other SUVs can boast the Wrangler's off-road chops, and not one can match its outdoorsy versatility. But the other shoe always drops — and in this case it's a steel-toed boot. With a brick in it. Chucked from a ladder.

The Wrangler's off-road capabilities deserve respect, but they come at a high price once you get back to civilization.

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