Jeep Wrangler Sahara

The four-door 2021 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited has overtaken the two-door as the bestselling body style, as it offers considerably more passenger- and cargo-carrying ability with nearly the same off-road capability. Compared to the two-door model, the four-door is 22 inches longer overall and rides on a similarly stretched wheelbase. The longer wheelbase makes for a more settled ride but compromises maneuverability. The current, JL-generation Wrangler was introduced for 2018 and is more refined and user-friendly than past models. The standard soft top is now much easier to use. Alternatively, the Freedom Top hardtop offers twin lift-off panels above the front seats. Either can be fully removed, as can the doors (although doing so also removes the side-view mirrors). The windshield also can be folded down for a real dune-buggy experience. Off-road ability remains the Wrangler’s chief calling card, and it does necessitate compromise elsewhere: cabin access, fuel economy, wind noise, and handling, to name a few. The Rubicon maximizes off-road capability, while the more affordable Sport and Sport S, and the deluxe Sahara shade more toward everyday usability.


Vehicle Sport-utility
Price $39,470
Kilometers n/a
Color White
Transmission Manual
Drive Type Four-Wheel Drive
Engine V6 3.6L L
Fuel Economy Combined 12.38L/km


Year 2021
Model Sahara 4dr 4x4
Vehicle Sport-utility
Seats 5
Doors 4
Drive Type Four-Wheel Drive
Transmission Type Manual
Fuel Type Unleaded regular, 87 octane (R + M)/2
Fuel Economy Highway (l/100km) 10.23
Fuel Economy Mixed (l/100km) 12.38
Fuel Economy City (l/100km) 13.84
Fuel Capacity (g) 21.5
Weight (lbs) 3,500
Length (in) 188.4
Width (in) 73.8
Height (in) 73.6
Wheelbase (in) 118.4
Engine Type V6
Engine (l) 3.6L