For 2011, the interior upgrade given to the Wrangler goes a bit beyond the detailing of the dash and the look and feel of the materials; there's an all-new steering-wheel design with integrated controls, a new armrest, and a locking glovebox, and heated seats and heated mirrors are newly available—as is automatic climate control.
Like many Jeeps before it, though, the Wrangler provides features that other SUVs simply can't match. One such feature is the removable top. Although it is also possible to remove the top on a two-door convertible car, the Wrangler remains the only four-door convertible on the market, and you can even flip down the windshield for low-speed operation.
Last year the soft-top mechanism was improved, allowing easier access to convertible thrills. And with the Freedom Top, the Wrangler Jeep can go roofed, as a targa, or as a full convertible, which definitely increases its appeal.
This year there's also a new Call of Duty: Black Ops special edition, based on the Wrangler Rubicon model. It's black, of course, and includes huge 32-inch off-road tires like the Rubicon, with special graphics on the rood and rear quarter panels.