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Of course I'm referring to Jeep, the "real" Jeep, and more specifically the Wrangler, the one that existed as far back as 1941 .In fact, the only other cars that I can immediately think of with such a heritage are the Porsche 911 and the Mini Cooper, but not only are those altogether different categories of cars, but compared to the Wrangler they still fall several years short.For example, this SUV is available in two body styles: the two-door Jeep Wrangler and four-door Wrangler Unlimited.Whichever top you choose, you can completely open the cabin to make the Wrangler a legitimate convertible SUV.All models in the Wrangler lineup are powered by the 3.5-liter V-6 Pentastar engine, which comes paired with a five-speed Auto Shift transmission and puts out 285 horsepower and 353 Nm of torque.It's also quite quick, with the Unlimited four-door models hitting 60 mph in about 8.4 seconds, while two-door Wranglers can reach that speed in 7.7 seconds.Of course, this is a Wrangler, so whether you opt for the two-door Wrangler or the four-door Wrangler Unlimited, you always have the option of customizing your vehicle according to your specific needs.That's less than most other SUVs in its class that people still insist on calling "Jeeps".
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