There’s absolutely nothing else out there like the 2010 Jeep Wrangler. Built tough and backed by more than 65 years of American legend, Jeep Wrangler puts its less capable rivals to shame. All of Wrangler’s components, like heavy-duty suspension, skid plates, and shock absorbers, have been tirelessly torture-tested countless times in some of the most brutal environments known to mankind — so you can rest assured your Jeep vehicle will live up to its tough-to-the-core reputation.
Other available features, like the Media Center radio with GPS navigation, let you make the most of trails or rush-hour traffic. Every Wrangler two-door model features comfortable seating for four passengers while Wrangler Unlimited models show off four doors and spacious seating for five. Head out with purpose and build from there. If you can’t wait to have yours, visit our Orlando Jeep Dealer as soon as possible.
Both Jeep® Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited have been fortified with components that deliver the highest degree of proven capability so you have the freedom to get out there and do your thing. The Dana 44 solid rear axle is durable, thanks to a large pinion and unitized wheel bearings.
The Command-Trac® part-time 4WD system features a 2-speed transfer case with shift-on-the-fly capability. A four-wheel disc antilock brake system (ABS) with a Jeep 4WD off-road calibration system provides sustained wheel lockup on surfaces like mud, sand, and gravel. The 3.8L SMPI V6 engine may be quiet and light, but that doesn’t stop it from harnessing a powerful 202 hp and 237 lb-ft of torque. Drivers seeking more control when tackling the great outdoors or changing highway lanes will appreciate the standard 6-speed manual transmission.
Those who enjoy the freedom of hands-free shifting can opt for the convenience of a 4-speed automatic transmission. For those who have toys to take along, Wrangler Unlimited can confidently tow up to 3,500 lb when properly equipped with the factory-installed Trailer Tow Group.
Jeep® Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited received the highest marks — five stars — during driver and front-passenger crash tests held by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s SaferCar.gov program. Advanced multistage front air bags and available seat mounted supplemental side air bags(2) provide nearly instantaneous occupant protection. The standard Electronic Stability Control (ESC) is designed to assist drivers in maintaining control of their vehicle, especially on low-friction surfaces, including wet, snowy, icy, sandy, or gravel roads.
ESC uses the collective technologies of hydraulic brake assist, traction control, Electronic Roll Mitigation (ERM), and Trailer Sway Control (TSC) to constantly monitor the driver’s input against the vehicle’s actual course. If needed, ESC will attempt to correct the vehicle’s course by automatically applying the brake and/or reducing engine torque. Hill Start Assist (HSA) prevents Wrangler from unintended rolling backward when starting the vehicle on a downhill gradient, holding the vehicle stationary for two seconds after the brake is released, allowing time to apply the throttle.
The mid-mounted fuel tank is protected by its robust 2.5-mm skid plate during off-road activity. Energy-absorbing front rail extensions are crushable, hydroformed front rail tips that can be serviced after low-speed (up to 8 mph) impact events. Standard halogen headlamps and fog lamps improve down-road visibility.