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STYLING | 8 out of 10
Fancy and genteel by Wrangler standards
You could almost call it a civilized design
larger and more refined
Redesigned in 2007, the 2010 Wrangler retains traditional Jeep styling cues, while still essentially being, as Car and Driver notes, a “cult vehicle.”
The Jeep Wrangler returns for 2010 with the same iconic features (including removable doors and a fold-down windshield) that have brought renown to this unique vehicle. Two versions of the 2010 Jeep Wrangler are available: a two-door and four-door model, as well as both soft and hard convertible tops.
Styling is mostly “familiar,” Edmunds remarks. The four-door Unlimited, however, brings a unique silhouette to the world; it “inhabits its own new market niche: the four-door convertible,” Automobile Magazine says. USA Today thinks it’s "fancy and genteel by Wrangler standards," while Cars.com calls it "refined and masculine," and Edmunds deems it “strangely attractive.” Cars.com comments that now, with the extra two doors, "You could almost call it a civilized design."
Edmunds asserts the "Jeep Wrangler firmly maintains its heritage, image and off-road ability while also being more refined." Automobile Magazine notes some details that disguise the Wrangler’s gains in size: “Black plastic fender flares in place of body-color flares help disguise the fact that the Wrangler is nearly half a foot wider overall.”
The interior of the 2010 Jeep Wrangler’s isn't exactly palatial, but it matches the rugged exterior. Especially with the Wrangler, “Jeep interiors aren't the top of the class. They often feature too many bulky plastic surfaces, but considering the rugged nature of the Wrangler, we'll give them a pass,” Cars.com says.
The 2010 Jeep Wrangler is instantly recognizable and timeless. As a four-door convertible, it's stylistically unique in the SUV market.