The 2012 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4x4 retains the off-road chops that make this model legendary, but adds creature comforts that make it an adequate, though not particularly good, daily driver.
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When the zombies rise, look for me hightailing it to safety behind the wheel of a Jeep Wrangler Rubicon.
The Jeep Wrangler gains quite a few creature comforts and high-tech gizmos, but doesn't loose its off-road edge in the process.
When you're looking for that car that straddles the line between tough mudder and mall cruiser, you can't go wrong with this Jeep.
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The Wrangler Unlimited doesn't compromise its off-road ability, which limits its suitability for on-road use. Poor mileage means you don't want to commute in this Jeep, unless you work at the top of a craggy peak.
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The 2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon was designed to be a great off-roader, with little compromise to make it practical for paved roads. Its navigation system should help out in the wilderness, but Bluetooth seems less useful in a car that you'll want to take beyond the range of cell towers.