There are lots of typically American dark, cheap-looking plastics surrounding the cabin.
The upright dashboard reflects the outside of the vehicle perfectly and looks as though it’s been designed to be easily cleaned as opposed to giving the occupants the last word in sophistication. Everything feels sturdy and the overall the impression is utilitarian – perfectly fitting for this type of car.
As standard the Wrangler comes with cloth front seats. Upgrade to the Overland or Rubicon and you get leather upholstery and heated front seats – a rare creature comfort in this car.
As standard, the Wrangler comes with a 6.5-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Bluetooth connectivity. It is an easy system to use but can be a little slow at times. Sat-nav is standard on the Overland, but a £1,250 option on Sahara and Rubicon models.