Jeep's legendary off-roader has been around for decades, cutting its teeth on all sorts of environments. In 2007, the automaker introduced a 4-door variant of the wildly popular off-roader and hasn't looked back since. For 2015, the Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has earned the top spot in Kelley Blue Book's 5-Year Cost to Own Awards for Mid-size SUV/Crossovers. Classifying the Wrangler in one category is tough since it can serve many different needs, and there truly is nothing like it. However, the 4-door Wrangler continues to receive comfortable touches inside without losing a hint of off-road capability.
A 3.6-liter Pentastar V6 engine is your only option under the hood and is good for 285 horsepower and 260 lb-ft of torque. EPA numbers check in at 17 city/20 mpg highway when paired with the 5-speed automatic, while highway mpg rises to 21 with the 6-speed manual transmission. Jeep's Command-Trac Shift on-the-fly Part-Time 4-wheel-drive system is standard on all Wrangler models except the Rubicon and Rubicon Hard Rock. For those, a 4:1 Rock-Trac Part-Time 4-wheel-drive system is standard and is tailormade for those who will be spending more time with their Wrangler in its natural habit, the back country.
New for 2015 is a Torx Tool Kit, which includes T-30, T-35, T-40, and T-50 wrenches to help remove the top and doors. Power windows and locks are not a standard feature on the 2015 Jeep Wrangler nor is air conditioning. Obviously, this can be rectified quickly by removing the top and doors since it is a Wrangler, after all.
There are nine different trim levels available on the Wrangler Unlimited for 2015. Each offers different features catering to the hardcore off-roaders and daily drivers. Wherever you fall, the 2015 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has something for you without draining the bank account.