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2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon
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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Jeep stretched the Wrangler, adding rear doors for easier access to the back seat and calling it 'Unlimited'.
Just like past Wranglers, you have an extra shifter for two-wheel-drive high, four-wheel-drive high, or four-wheel-drive low. The axle lock and sway bar disconnect can be activated with the touch of a button.