I’m sorry, but a silver version would be so flashy I would be embarrassed to drive it. I plan on test driving all of these with a sound level meter and buying the one that measures the quietest. Maybe with the lane assist monitoring too so I can sleep on the way to wherever my boring life takes me...Lies, they have silver versions of all of those!!!! lol Great pic and so true!
All true, but I still love my Jeep.from the article
3. Jeep Wrangler/Wrangler Unlimited
Though some might argue the iconic Wrangler and its four-door Wrangler Unlimited version are among the best-performing off-road vehicles, they suffer from limited passenger comfort, harsh and erratic ride and handling abilities and excessive wind noise at higher speeds. True, they get great resale value, but the Wranglers placed among the lowest scoring models in Consumer Reports’ testing, with the Unlimited also falling on its worst-values list; the original Jeep’s descendent also gets low marks in initial quality, performance, and reliability from J.D. Power.
If only wandering steering wasn't an issue, I totally disagree with the article.
Agreed, my Sienna in LE guise with 148k isn't much quieter than our Sky one touch top. And the GTI that was replaced by the Jeep had a seal around the window going that made it sound like the window was open at highway speeds.I have a hard top but on the highway, as long as it isn't windy, I can't really tell much of a noise level difference between the Jeep and my Sienna w/ 150k on the clock. As for comfort...well...my daughter tells me she wouldn't want to drive cross country in the back seat but...I have a minivan for that.