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29-10-2010  · Read the review and see photos of the 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4x4 at Car and Driver.

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29-10-2010  · Read the review and see photos of the 2011 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4x4 at Car and Driver.

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It’s the fanciest damn Jeep Wrangler you’ve ever seen. For 2011, all Wranglers get a new, more upscale interior in place of the previous assemblage of Playskool-grade plastics, and the optional hardtop can be painted body color on Sahara editions like our test vehicle. Available new features include heated seats, heated power mirrors, automatic climate control, and a steering wheel with buttons for the radio, cruise control, and Bluetooth phone connection. Stability control is now standard, there are more power outlets in the cabin, and the rear windows have been enlarged, too. It seems the Wrangler is all growed up.

Increased sound deadening means less noise than before makes it to occupants, which is a good thing, because the groaning coming from the weak-sauce 202-hp, 3.8-liter V-6 is extremely unpleasant. The optional four-speed automatic in our Wrangler is an abomination, too—better to stick with the six-speed manual, which is at least more entertaining. A much better powertrain—namely, Chrysler’s new corporate V-6 , likely available with a six-speed automatic—will arrive next year, and it should cure the Wrangler’s glacially slow acceleration.

The final tally was $36,490, which is a lot of moola in Wrangler-land. The same money can buy any number of more civilized options, but if customers decide a Wrangler is exactly what they want, then the amount is far less obscene. After all, where else are they going to get all-terrain invincibility, buckets of personality, four-door rooflessness, and an interior this well done? Nowhere but this Jeep.