The Jeep Wrangler is the kind of vehicle that needs no introduction. With a heritage rooted in American military victory during World War II, the Wrangler is a modern descendant of the original Willys-Overland MB and the subsequent civilian Jeep CJ. Today’s Wranglers are far more sophisticated than their forebears, available in two-door and four-door body styles, each with a removable top and doors. Four-wheel drive is standard, and Wranglers are powered by your choice between turbocharged four-cylinder, V6, V8, and plug-in hybrid electric powertrains. They all have one thing in common, though, and that’s the ability to go places and do things that most other SUVs can’t.