Jeep WRANGLER UNLIMITED Problems
No car is perfect, but we've gathered everything relating to the Jeep WRANGLER UNLIMITED reliability here to help you decide if it's a smart buy.
How to lift a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited?
Firstly, you need to consult an engineering signatory in your state to make sure it is legal to lift the suspension on your Jeep Wrangler Unlimited, as some states do not allow this modification and you can be fined and have your car defected off the road if caught by police. Lifting Jeeps often happens by installing taller springs, and placing taller blocks between the chassis and body. The legal heights of the suspension and lift blocks differ from state-to-state.
How long is a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited?
The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited is 4751mm long.
How many kms does a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited last?
If you look after it and get it serviced regularly there is no reason a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited shouldn't last several hundred thousand kilometres, though you will need to replace parts like shock absorbers, clutches and other wear items.
Are Jeep Wrangler Unlimited good and reliable cars?
Jeep's Wrangler models are an unabashed throwback to their history making simple, rough and ready off-road vehicles. While they've become somewhat chic urban runabouts their fairly simple construction means they're fairly reliable when serviced regularly and looked after. However they're not the last word in refinement or could even be considered all that nice to drive around city environments with poor noise control, heavy steering, poor ride quality and turning circle.
Which Jeep Wrangler Unlimited should I buy?
While the various Jeep Wrangler Unlimited models suit individual tastes, the Sport, Rubicon, Freedom, Overland and Golden Eagle are so similar the best model comes down to which one you can afford and what features you can personally live with or without. Personally, I'd go for the Golden Eagle just for the name alone. 'Murica!
Wrangler Unlimited tow rating
The towing capacity is set by the manufacturer based on things like the design of the vehicle, its rear axle load, the capacity of its tyres, the ability of its brakes to pull it up safely, and the effect of the loaded trailer on its attitude and stability.