Compare Jeep Wrangler Unlimited


Few vehicles do off-road trailblazing the way the legendary Jeep Wrangler Unlimited does it. With decades of service under its belt, it's become the go-to for anyone looking for a crossover SUV that can handle itself both on road, and off and still be fun. But with more and more automakers trying to encroach on the Wrangler's territory, you might wonder if the Jeep brand's model is still the one for you.

On this page, we'll help you choose by showing you how the Wrangler stacks up to its competitors. Read more below!

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Jeep Wrangler vs. Ford Escape
The Jeep Wrangler and Ford Escape are icons in their own right. One has seventy five years of off-roading greatness under its belt, while the other helped create the compact crossover segment in the early 2000s. But where the Wrangler was built for the trails, the Escape's get-awayish mentality is substantially more vanilla than its Jeep brand counterpart.

  • Ready to get dirty. No matter which way you shake it, the Wrangler out-classes the Escape in the realm of outdoors readiness. Floor plugs, detachable doors, and versatile seating make the Wrangler quite a bit easier to clean after an off-road jaunt than the more upstanding Escape.
  • The power to take on anything. The Escape comes with three efficient engines ranging in power from 168 horses up to 245. Yet none of these come close to touching the Wrangler's 285 horses, or its off-road abilities. While you're climbing boulders in your Jeep model, the Escape will be sitting at the bottom of the hill scratching its head.
  • All wheel driven, always. While the Escape offers AWD-intelligent, at that-in some trims, 4x4 capability comes standard in every trim grade of the Wrangler. Bigger wheels and a higher ride hide also allow the Wrangler to negotiate boulders, high curbs, and inclement weather with ease.

Jeep Wrangler vs. Toyota 4Runner
Both the Wrangler and Toyota's 4Runner are both designed with off-roading in mind. That's about where the similarities end. Where the 4Runner offers more interior volume and a larger wheel base, its heavily limited in the realm of performance, maneuverability, and also, pricing.

  • Take on anything. Both Wrangler and 4Runner are off-road ready, but the Jeep model has quite a bit more in it to take on immovable obstacles like boulders and intimidating cliff faces. The Wrangler also has selectable drive modes to further its abilities.
  • More power. Both Wrangler and 4Runner come with a V6 engine standard, but the Wrangler's award-winning Pentastar unit offers 285 horses to the Toyota's 270. Pair that with a smaller wheel base, and the Wrangler gets the jump off-road.
  • Class-leading versatility.  The Wrangler isn't just versatile when the gear shifter is in "drive." It also comes with numerous other features that will delight outdoors types. Floor drains, trailer and towing packages, hill-start assist, removable doors, and more all set the Wrangler apart from the 4Runner.