The interior layout, fit and finish
If you appreciate a commanding driving position, you’ll enjoy being behind the wheel of the Jeep Wrangler. You step up into a comfortable seat, with a great view down the long bonnet and on to the road ahead.
Annoyingly, though, there’s no space for your left foot because of an intruding central console. You’re forced into quite an unnatural position that can get uncomfortable after a while.
As well as the usual functionality, there are off-road-specific pages on both displays that can show the angle you’re driving at, the temperatures of the mechanical gubbins beneath you and other useful information.
Interior quality has certainly improved since the previous-generation (2007-2018) Jeep Wrangler. There’s soft-touch plastic around the centre console and on the door handles, a supple leather steering wheel and solid-feeling switches. Sahara models even get a leather-wrapped dashboard panel.