Overview & Reviews
The 2015 Wrangler's standard stereo now has eight speakers, while the optional Alpine setup boasts nine. Also, Jeep now includes a standard Torx tool kit for removing the doors and roof. Lastly, packages and trim levels are shuffled. The Altitude and Rubicon Hard Rock editions debut, though the latter is essentially last year's Rubicon X with the addition of the premium audio system. The X moniker itself is reused for a new trim level that serves as a loaded-up Sahara.
- Extensive factory and aftermarket parts support
- Two- and four-door variants
- Fun to drive in its own special way.
- All but unstoppable on the trail
- Unmistakable styling
- Cumbersome soft top.
- Noisy interior
- Sloppy on-road handling
- Long braking distances
- Busy ride
- Poor crash-test scores
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Unlimited Sahara as a Daily Driver - 2015 Jeep Wrangler
By rod_r - November 13 - 2:08 pm
I needed a vehicle I can tow behind my motorhome. I wanted something I could flat tow that had decent room for 4 people. I also wanted something that would work as may daily driver. I wanted reasonable comfort and a decent stereo. I finally settled on an Wrangler Unlimited Sahara with an automatic. It seems well built with no rattles. With leather and heated seats plus navigation and the Alpine stereo it is a nice place to be. Ride and handling are decent. I don't plan to do much off road driving but it's nice to have the capability. Performance with the Pentastar V6 is decent. The Alpine stereo is much improved for 2015. So far I am getting 16.8mpg in mixed driving. No complaints so far.