Well I have had this for a few months now and was able to take it off road, this is by far the best jeep I have driving. I had a 2002 X series before this Rubicon and it is a night and day difference. The Rubicon is by far the best off road vehicle for a stock off the lot s.u.v. there is no comparison. I was able to go through every place and it did not even act like it was off road. This truck is a beast for sure. It is not a city vehicle if your looking for gas mileage by a hybrid cause you are not passing many stations with this vehicle, but I don't care I love it. I wanted a jeep for the off road not gas mileage.
Love the U-connect Stereo and the Bluetooth is great. The off road use of the navigation unit is awesome as it keeps track of the trails off road.
the only thing I really don't like is that when it rains they designed the truck wrong as it pours into the door when you open it, sometimes the freedom top leaks but its not the big of a deal as everything is water absorbent.
I understand this is a jeep and it's rugged and tough and can go almost anywhere. In fact that is the reason i purchased it in the first place.That said however, I'm not sure what the people at jeep were thinking with a rock hard console cover and door armrest.come on a little comfort while taking this beast off road would be greatly appreciated by all.what could it actually cost to include a console like the Tuffy aftermarket. just a little bit of refinement would go a long way. sore elbows take away the fun of driving
Padded center console comparable to the Tuffy aftermarket full center console. an attempt to actually give you door mounted arm rest. a little less plastic in the interior , maybe a lot less