The 2021 Jeep Wrangler Is Far From Boring if Nothing Else

Affordability often equals boring in the SUV markets today, due to lack of fun, modern features. Some will cost you a ton to add features, while others don’t. But, with a few tweaks, they can become a little less boring even if they don’t match the level of thrills more expensive ones offer. The Jeep Wrangler is one such SUV that adds a little extra spice to an otherwise bland market. 

The Rubicon offers the most thrills for the buck, but it comes at a high price. MotorTrend offers a list of SUVs and crossovers that make daily driving a bit less boring. Let’s explore what they mean by being ‘less boring’ and what makes the Jeep Wrangler land on this list 

What does MotorTrend mean by ‘ least boring’?

MotorTrend says that “you don’t have to spend megabucks on a high-performance SUV to inject a little fun into your daily drive.” Sometimes we think a fun vehicle has to be an expensive one or that it has to be a top-of-the-line trim with all the amenities possible. 

But it turns out that it doesn’t have to be. You can get a fun vehicle without spending tons of money to get it. The list that MotorTrend put out shows you that even the base models of some of these vehicles can put a little pep in your daily drive, despite not measuring up like some of the more expensive ones do. 

The points they used to determine what makes for a fun ride begin with some of the littlest things like extra horsepower, higher-level of off-road capability, and a more thrilling ride. Some models believed to be the ‘least boring’ when it comes to SUVs and crossovers include the Nissan Kicks, Mazda CX-5, and the Ford Bronco Sport. Then there’s the 2021 Jeep Wrangler. 

How does the 2021 Jeep Wrangler fit into this list?

The Jeep Wrangler has been popular for quite some time. It’s had its ups and downs, but it still manages to put a smile on the face of many Wrangler owners for several reasons. The model MotorTrend recommends for those looking for an SUV that isn’t quite as boring as others is the base trim of the Sport. 

At just under $30,000, the Wrangler Sport offers a pretty nice V6 engine, modest 4WD system, and manual transmission, according to MotorTrend. You can also remove the top and doors if you want a classic Jeep experience. One of the issues, though, of going with a basic Wrangler is that you lose features like power windows and door locks. You could still get them if you pay a little more money.

You’re not likely to get much in the way of modern convenience features either, but you may not need them. The Jeep Wrangler is meant for off-roading, and that’s what people usually buy them for. The Wrangler provides astounding off-road capabilities to please all levels of adventurers.

The weaknesses of the Jeep Wrangler


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There are plenty of praises for the Jeep Wrangler, but it’s not without its issues, though. One problem MotorTrend had with the Wrangler is its ride quality when it comes to on-road capability. 

Sure, it’s great for off-road experiences, but that’s what it’s created for. When you drive on normal road surfaces, other SUVs on the market will give you better handling, smoother ride, and essentially better fuel economy ratings. 

Pricing is another area that holds the Jeep back. The base model is affordable, but it doesn’t come with many features. There are plenty of options you can add to your purchase, but you’ll soon find the price going up fast. 

The 2021 Jeep Wrangler Sport may not come with much, but it still offers a thrilling off-roading experience. If adventuring is your game, the cheaper Wrangler will be more than enough to tickle your driving fancy.