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Jeep Wrangler space & practicality
The Wrangler is not really a practical proposition but one thing there are few complaints about is the space. There’s enough head- and legroom to accommodate two adults in the rear, though they will find the back tricky to access. The boot isn’t that roomy and with the soft-top in place it’s hard to load anything into it.
Jeep Wrangler equipment
The Wrangler’s rough and ready approach extends to the convenience equipment offered as standard. Kit is minimalist even on the top-of-the-range Sahara trim which boasts alloy wheels and air-conditioning and an optional auto gearbox. Aesthetic options abound, however. It is possible to add all sorts of goodies to personalise your Wrangler, including side steps, ritzy alloys and wood-effect inserts for the dash.