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Jeep fans were originally horrified by the idea of a four-door Wrangler.

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Jeep fans were originally horrified by the idea of a four-door Wrangler, but it’s proven to be a success – maintaining the two-door’s off-road ability while making it easier for second-row passengers to enter and exit, and to carry their gear.

Trim lines are the same as the two-door and, for 2009, prices start at $23,352 for the X, $26,431 for the Sahara and $29,073 for the Rubicon.

Features are virtually the same, and from the driver’s seat, you won’t notice any difference, save for a somewhat smoother ride thanks to the longer wheelbase.

The big change is the second seat, which folds flat in a one-handed operation without the need to remove head restraints.

As with the two-door, the Wrangler Unlimited can be optioned with the three-piece hardtop, which can be partially removed for a “sunroof” effect, or taken off entirely for open-air motoring.

– Jil McIntosh

 

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