Used 2013 Jeep Wrangler SUV Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 Jeep Wrangler SUV

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 Pros Superior off-road capabilities that set the bar for other SUVs to live up to.

 Pros Strong V6 engine delivers surprisingly quick acceleration.

 Pros Extensive list of aftermarket parts available for the highest level of customization.

 Pros The ability to enjoy an SUV and convertible in one.

 Pros Seats are more comfortable and easy to use than last year’s model.

 Pros Distinct exterior styling never goes out of style.

 Pros Rubicon trim gives you robust off-road credentials, with a disconnecting sway bar, heavy duty axles and more.

 Pros Four-wheel drive is standard.

 Pros Scored well in frontal-offset crash tests.

 Pros Cabin can be easily cleaned.

 Pros Nimble on tight trails.

 Cons Soft top comes with security issues.

 Cons Cabin is incredibly noisy.

 Cons Horrible braking distances, taking 140 feet to stop from 60 mph.

 Cons Poor side-impact crash test ratings.

 Cons Only seats four passengers, and the rear two seats have minimal legroom.

 Cons Not much cargo space with the rear seats in place.

 Cons Rugged ride can grow quite tiresome when the vehicle is used on pavement for everyday use.

 Cons Very disappointing fuel economy.

 Cons Automatic transmission option is outdated.

 Cons Some may be bothered by the simplicity of the cabin.