The Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Dominates its San Fernando Competitors

Let's face facts: when you're looking for an SUV that's as comfortable off-road as it is on the open highway, your first thoughts turn to a Jeep Wrangler Unlimited. It is, after all, the direct descendant of the original Jeep Willys, and has earned a well-deserved reputation for tackling the tough terrain with complete aplomb. These days, however, more and more competitors are appearing on the horizon; that's why we decided to build our Wrangler Unlimited comparison page, putting our preferred SUV up against the Ford Escape and the Toyota 4Runner.

While the Ford and Toyota options are both popular SUVs, they're not quite ready to go head-to-head with the Wrangler when you're looking to escape to the great outdoors and blaze your own trail. The Jeep simply enjoys the capabilities that come with 75 years of off-roading experience, including a design that's specifically intended to earn a merit badge for exploration.

Whether you're on the open highway or traversing boulders, you're going to want to know that your SUV can deliver the performance you need when you call for it. Once again, the Wrangler Unlimited outperforms the competition, which can't match the 285 horsepower that's generated from the Jeep's V6 Pentastar engine. Add in standard 4x4 capability and a higher ground clearance, and it's obvious that the Wrangler Unlimited delivers the capability you want.

At Rydell Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, we're proud to serve Jeep drivers from the Van Nuys, Ventura, Thousand Oaks, Glendale, Santa Clarita and Los Angeles areas.

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