Jeep Wrangler needs no introduction. Having been on the market for 30 years, it embodies the off-roading lifestyle and its silhouette is the typical “Jeep” people recognize. Besides consistent upgrades and modernization, the vehicle has received very little dramatic changes in three decades, like any flagship model – think Porsche 911.

It is also the evolution of the World War II Jeep Willys, the one that introduced the brand and got it its rugged image. In 2017, the Jeep Wrangler has retained a lot of its ancestor’s capability with some added luxury. It is an off-roading beast that will tackle any mud pit you throw at it. But does it get a little bored – or boring – being driven in an everyday context. We take the Wrangler out for a spin to find out.


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Sabrina Giacomini

Sabrina loves cars and hates writing bios, except she’s been told that she can’t get away with writing lazy introductions anymore. So here goes nothing: a long time ago, in a galaxy not so far away called Quebec, a girl was born, destined to love Mustangs, ride motorcycles and master the Force. A Bachelor in Art History and an essay on the positioning of the Morgan cars in the modern definition of the Arts and Crafts movement later, the girl-turned-woman is now thriving in the realms of automotive/motorcycling journalism and geekery of all genre, pretending to use the Force to open automatic doors and to know what she’s doing at the wheel of awesome cars. Sabrina also enjoys walks on the beach, pina coladas and endless sentences.

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