2016 Jeep Wrangler Review

The Jeep brand has been around for 75 years. Ever since 1941, when the Jeep was built for the Army it has been an icon. Copied by Land Rover, land Cruiser and Mercedes but this is the original SUV and 4X4.
Sold as a 2-door or 4-door Unlimited Wrangler, this is one of the best selling compact SUVs on the road. It has a 3.6l V6 engine and either a 5-speed automatic or 6-speed manual with true 4X4 capability and the option to have a locking rear differential.
The Jeep Wrangler proves that there is a place for something different in the marketplace.
Competitors to the Jeep Wrangler are the Mercedes G-Class, the Range Rover, Range Rover Sport,Land Rover Defender, Land Rover LR4, Land Rover Discovery, Jeep Rubicon, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Porsche Cayenne, VW Touareg, Toyota FJ Cruiser, Ford Raptor, Toyota Tacoma TRDpro, Nissan Xterra, Toyota Land Cruiser, Lexus LX470

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Zack Spencer
Zach Spencer
Canadian Car Review
Motormouth Canada

Comments

Derek Zhang says:

I am very enjoy your video! Thanks

-Vance- Dun says:

You know a yuppie jeeper when he looks for comfort in a Jeep and updated modern tech. OH and likes the 4 door!

Shuo Huang says:

The hand breaks mate……

Josef 03 says:

“it used to be plastic,and now it’s fantastic”
that shit sounded so hot bro

Alfred Smith says:

Wow..what can we say..Zach has lost all crediability. Why didnt you mention this is one of the most unsafe and unreliable cars you can buy. And that resale value is not true..lokk at any autotrader.

Augustine1119 says:

Good video!

Maximus says:

do a review of 2017 Toyota 4runner TRD pro

kooky216 says:

2:19 That’s… the curbside. I’m confused.

Diepieche Ehciep says:

nice… I want it.

Danish Raiyan says:

But in singapore is 300,000 dollars

Ryan says:

So, at about $40000 I could drive this vehicle for 4 years and it would only cost me about $8900 in depreciation?

Luke Smith says:

50K for that? Give me a break.

TerriTerriHotSauce says:

Fuel consumption?

Mr. Cairo says:

Sorry, The Toyota Land Cruiser has the best resale value of any vehicle. period.

X V says:

Nice review. Happy to hear they’ve improved. I owned a 2000 and it was a pain to live with on a day to day basis. Oh, and what a beautiful neighborhood!

Keep up the great content.

highdesert50 says:

I’ve had a couple of manual transmission jeeps over the years and they held up well. But, even retaining high value, $50K is steep for a vehicle that was the model for simple utility. I would wonder if factoring in the operating costs of a Subaru or 4Motion VW even with depreciation might still be less expensive.

Studio D-ROOM-2 says:

It is a very good review!

nyak63RUS says:

$50,000 for a Wrangler?? Not on your life.

Realtime Reviews says:

Why would this unreliable, unrefined pos hold its value so well? Smh! Keep, dodge, Chrysler make cool cars but they r the most unreliable cars on the road

Danny says:

Hey, do you touch up the colors of your video footage? Because some footage look so desaturated, while others look great.

Traptu shadowman says:

Where in Canada was this video taken?

Stephen Bradley says:

This will be your most viewed for its popularity of the #Jeep brand etc. Now if only you did this review up in Whistler instead of the G Wagon!

Khu NoPie says:

Canucks will buy a used Jeep after 4 yrs for 79% of retail
Mind = BLOWN

supergroove says:

Used to be plastic; now it’s fantastic 🙂

weirdshibainu says:

they look tough, but they’re largely plastic and crash tests are abysmal

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