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Testing the Wrangler Sahara

by David Zatz on

With all the talk of a 2018 Jeep Wrangler on the way, it’s easy to think that the “old” one is unchanged from prior years. As we found by comparing a 2015 Jeep Wrangler Sahara with past versions, Jeep is indeed working on sanding off the iconic SUV’s rough edges and making incremental improvements as everyone waits to see what’s coming next.

2015 Jeep Wrangler

The Sahara increases the Wrangler’s creature comforts, while the Rubicon boosts capability at the cost of ride and hard-road ease-of-use. It still has the heavy duty body and suspension of a “real Jeep,” part-time four wheel drive, and a removable roof and doors. Our latest review looks at driving the smaller Wrangler on the road, rather than on the trail (where it is indisputably best in its class and you don’t need us to remind you of it).

The full story: 2015 Jeep Wrangler Sahara test drive and review

David Zatz founded Allpar in 1998 (based on a site he had begun in 1993-94), after years of writing reviews for retail trades. He has been quoted by the New York Times, the Daily Telegraph, the Detroit News, and USA Today. Before making Allpar a full-time career, he was a consultant in organizational psychology. You can reach him by using our contact form (much preferred) or by calling (313) 766-2304


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