The 2010 Jeep Wrangler Review provides some fantastic off-roading possibilities better than any other SUV, but when compared to the competition in terms of interior quality, safety and reliability, it pales in comparison. You may want to look elsewhere unless you’re looking for a powerful off-road SUV.
We’ve ranked the 2010 Jeep Wrangler as follows:
#6 in Used Compact SUVs $15 K to $22 K
#22 in 2010 Affordable Compact SUVs
Cool 2010 Jeep Wrangler Review
The Jeep Wrangler in 2010 is a highly sought after and well loved vehicle by those who appreciate off-roading. But when compared to other compact SUVs, it cannot compete with the smoother ride of those including the 2010 Honda CR-V.
When driving on the highway, reviewer said that the Wrangler is a very bumpy ride and it’s difficult to steer. Even though it has a V-6 engine, reviewer still felt that it was lacking in power and that they would struggle when trying to pass other vehicles. The Wrangler also has terrible fuel economy, and its safety ratings and reliability ratings are at the bottom of the barrel. In the end, this Jeep is for those looking to go off-roading and nothing more.
2010 Jeep Wrangler Interior
The interior of the Wrangler is quite simple, and it matches perfectly with its rugged nature. But overall comfort and quality of materials is lacking when compared to other vehicles of this kind.
When the 2010 model first hit the roads, those test driving the vehicle complained that there was a real lack of legroom in the back seats. They also said that the seat was flat and unsupportive, and very difficult when off-roading.
As Ford storage goes, the 2010 Jeep Wrangler doesn’t have much of it. It has very limited storage space. If you regularly need to haul large amounts of cargo, this is not the vehicle for you.
Other Compact SUVs for Your Consideration
2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser: The FJ Cruiser from Toyota is very similar to the 2010 Jeep Wrangler, except for one major difference. It has much better scores with reliability and safety ratings. It also gets better fuel economy as opposed to the Wrangler, and the engine is more powerful as well.
2010 Nissan XTerra: This vehicle is known to be better for the daily commuter as opposed to driving the 2010 Jeep Wrangler. You get a better quality interior, better safety and performance ratings as well. It’s comparable to the Wrangler in fuel economy.