2010 Jeep Wrangler Sport

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The 2010 Jeep Wrangler makes little sense as an everyday driver, yet its quirky character and unique features continue to hold appeal for some.

Vehicle overview

On any reasonable hierarchy of wheeled conveyances, the 2010 Jeep Wrangler would rate only slightly higher than a vehicle towed by a donkey through the streets of Kabul. The engine is anemic and thirsty, and it sounds about as good as said donkey. The interior is louder than a dinner with Chris Matthews. The doors aren't intended to protect you in a crash, and they smack into your leg when they open because they're attached by a strap. The manual passenger-side mirror is adjusted by the passenger or your nine iron. The trunk can be broken into by opening the zipper. The plastic rear windows are defogged by opening the zipper.

Yet the Wrangler remains strangely appealing, not as a vehicle so much as an experience. While all those negatives count against it compared to conventional SUVs, the Wrangler scores points by being unconventional. The 10.2 inches of available ground clearance, the steep approach and departure angles and the two-door's short wheelbase make the Wrangler a go-to vehicle for off-roading.

The doors have that aforementioned strap because they can be removed, which improves off-road visibility (or makes you look carefree and cool on-road). The windshield, meanwhile, can fold forward onto the hood, which is good for catching bugs in your teeth and hunting the occasional water buffalo. Quite simply, if the Wrangler can't get you there, hire a helicopter, or maybe that donkey from Kabul.

The Wrangler Unlimited is also the only four-door convertible on the market. Of course, lowering that top can be an awkward, time-consuming process, but at least it's been made a little easier for 2010 thanks to a simplified removal system that eliminates the need to untuck and tuck the side rails. Aside from its roof, the Unlimited is noteworthy for being the first Wrangler model to offer a modicum of practicality, with four doors and a usable backseat and trunk. Not only can you venture to the Rubicon Trail, you can venture to Rubio's Mexican Grill with four friends as well. Just don't expect the quiet and comfort of some of Jeep's other models.

So despite its obvious, glaring drawbacks, the 2010 Jeep Wrangler remains appealing -- you just need to know what you're getting into. Among specialty off-road SUVs, though, there are certainly more well-rounded alternatives. The Toyota FJ Cruiser is perhaps the best as it, too, is tremendously capable and uniquely styled while adding decent on-road manners. The Nissan Xterra has less style, but its traditional four-door body is a more sensible choice for highway and urban use. However, neither offers a convertible roof, removable doors or a drop-down windshield. For better or worse, there's only one Jeep Wrangler.

2010 Jeep Wrangler models

The 2010 Jeep Wrangler is a convertible SUV available in two- and four-door body styles. The latter is known as the Unlimited. Both are available in Sport, Rubicon and Sahara trims. Standard equipment on the Sport includes 16-inch steel wheels, foglamps, a folding soft top, cloth upholstery, a tilt steering wheel, a one-piece flip-and-fold removable rear seat and a six-speaker stereo with CD player and auxiliary audio jack. The Sport 4x4 can be had with the Mountain package, which adds 17-inch alloy wheels, off-road tires, special badging, different bumpers, taillamp guards and tubular side steps. The Islander package (which was produced for a very short time on two-door Wranglers only) has different 17-inch wheels, a "performance suspension," unique badging and a leather-wrapped wheel.

The off-road-oriented Rubicon offers four-wheel drive and adds to the Sport equipment 17-inch alloy wheels, special tires, an electronic stabilizer bar disconnect feature, electronically locking front and rear differentials, a stronger front axle, a special low-range transfer case, rock rails and an upgraded Infinity stereo with subwoofer and satellite radio. Cruise control and a leather-wrapped steering wheel are standard on the Rubicon and optional on the Sport.

The Unlimited Sport adds rear doors, a bigger fuel tank, air-conditioning and a 60/40-split-folding rear seat. The Power Convenience Group adds to the Sport and Rubicon power locks and windows, keyless entry and a security alarm. The Sahara adds to the Sport equipment the Power Convenience Group, 18-inch wheels, upgraded exterior trim, tubular side steps, air-conditioning, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, cruise control and the Infinity stereo.

The "Freedom Top" is optional on all Wranglers and includes a three-piece modular hardtop, a rear window defroster and wiper, tinted windows and a storage bag. All trims can be equipped with an upgraded stereo with a six-CD/DVD changer and iPod interface. The Sahara and Rubicon can be equipped with a navigation system that includes a hard drive, real-time traffic, digital music storage, iPod interface and Bluetooth. The Sport and Rubicon can be equipped with half-metal doors that include plastic windows and without the Power Convenience Group equipment. Finally, a towing package is available on all Wranglers.

Airbag Deactivation - Occupant Sensing Passenger
Front Airbags - Dual
Antenna Type - Mast
Auxiliary Audio Input - Jack
In-Dash CD - Single Disc
Radio - AM / FM
Total Speakers - 6
ABS - 4-wheel
Braking Assist
Electronic Brakeforce Distribution
Front Brake Diameter - 11.9
Front Brake Type - Ventilated Disc
Front Brake Width - 1.1
Rear Brake Diameter - 12.4
Rear Brake Type - Disc
Rear Brake Width - 0.47
Floor Mat Material - Carpet
Floor Material - Carpet
Floor Mats - Front , Rear
Assist Handle - Front
Center Console - Front Console With Storage
Cupholders - Front , Rear
Power Outlet(s) - 12V Front
Power Steering
Steering Wheel - Tilt
Storage - Door Pockets
Vanity Mirrors - Dual Illuminating
Rear Door Type - Side-hinged
4WD Type - Part Time
Axle Ratio - 3.21
Alternator - 140 Amps
Battery - Maintenance-free
Battery Rating - 600 CCA
Door Handle Color - Black
Front Bumper Color - Black
Grille Color - Body-color
Mirror Color - Black
Rear Bumper Color - Black
Skid Plate(s)
External Temperature Display
Gauge - Tachometer
Warnings And Reminders - Coolant Temperature Warning , Lamp Failure , Low Fuel Level , Low Oil Pressure , Tire Fill Alert
Front Fog Lights
Side Mirror Adjustments - Manual , Manual Folding
Removable Roof - Soft Top
Active Head Restraints - Dual Front
Child Safety Door Locks
Child Seat Anchors - LATCH System
Rear Seatbelts - Center 3-point
Seatbelt Force Limiters - Driver Only
Driver Seat Manual Adjustments - Height , 4
Front Headrests - 2
Front Seat Type - Bucket
Passenger Seat Manual Adjustments - Height , 4
Rear Headrests - 2
Rear Seat Folding
Rear Seat Manual Adjustments - Reclining
Rear Seat Type - Bench
Upholstery - Cloth
Anti-theft System - Alarm , Engine Immobilizer
Roll Stability Control
Stability Control
Traction Control
Front Shock Type - Gas
Front Spring Type - Coil
Front Stabilizer Bar
Front Suspension Classification - Solid Live Axle
Front Suspension Type - Multi-link
Rear Shock Type - Gas
Rear Spring Type - Coil
Rear Stabilizer Bar
Rear Suspension Classification - Solid Live Axle
Rear Suspension Type - Trailing Arms
Spare Tire Mount Location - Outside
Spare Tire Size - Full-size Matching
Spare Wheel Type - Steel
Tire Pressure Monitoring System
Tire Type - All Terrain
Wheels - Steel
Cargo Tie Downs
Front Wipers - Variable Intermittent

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