Used 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited SUV Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2013 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited SUV

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 Pros Rugged exterior styling with the iconic grille and headlamps.

 Pros Adult-friendly rear seat.

 Pros Four doors makes it more versatile than the original Wrangler.

 Pros Unparalleled off-road capabilities.

 Pros Standard four-wheel drive.

 Pros Strong V6 engine offers decent acceleration and plenty of power.

 Pros Generous amount of cargo space with seats up and down.

 Pros Nearly endless list of aftermarket parts available.

 Pros Easy to clean interior.

 Pros Four-door version provides a more stable feeling while cornering and on uneven terrain.

 Cons Larger size makes it less nimble on tight trails, plus a huge 41.2-foot turning circle means it is tricky to park as well.

 Cons Wind and road noise in cabin are definite problems.

 Cons Soft top creates security issues.

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

 Cons Scored poorly on side-impact crash tests.

 Cons Rugged ride can get old when driving on pavement.

 Cons No navigation or rear seat entertainment systems available.

 Cons Cabin may be too simple for some.

 Cons Disappointing fuel economy, returning 16 mpg in the city and 20 mpg on the highway.

 Cons Optional five-speed automatic transmission is outdated.