Carl Cabusas

Cebuano with zest for cars, gadgets, watches, travel, food, and real estate.

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2019 Jeep Wranger Unlimited Sport review

Yep, you are looking at the all new 2019 Jeep Wrangler. If you think it looks more or less the same as the 2017 model, you are not alone. To the untrained eye, the design of the Jeep Wrangler has remained true to its heritage: Boxy, heavy, upright design, big engine, remarkable grille and two rounded headlights. Basically, the design has remained the same for many decades. But that’s not a bad thing, it has been Jeep’s best selling model ever since so why mess with the design, right?

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Weekend Drive: 2017 Jeep Wrangler 2.8 CRDi

Before this review happened, driving a Jeep Wrangler was seriously not in my list of SUV to test drive. Frankly speaking, I was not really a big fan.  As with any other Jeep before it, the Wrangler has always been basic and boxy, ride comfort was not the Jeep’s strongest asset too. At least that is how I remember the Wrangler and the Renegade way back in the late 80s in the United States. I simply refused to look at the Wrangler as a modern, true to its form hardcore 4x4 SUV because of my memory. It was just too plain and basic for me.

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