Featured Articles

2011 Jeep Wrangler gets foofy interior.

Posted in 4x4, auto industry, Chrysler, Jeep, Newsworthy, Off-Roading by MrAngry | July 26th, 2010 | 6 Responses |

From these new interior shots offered up to us by Allpar.com it seems that Jeep has some interesting plans for their new 2011 Jeep Wrangler. For over 50 years the open top Jeep has been a staple for off-roaders and thrill seekers. Part of what makes the Jeep Wrangler great is that it temps you to get it dirty. This new interior however seems more at home in a 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee than in their hardcore, go anywhere mini-ute. Take a look at the steering wheel for instance and you’ll notice such things as integrated phone and stereo controls. There is also a very nice center mounted navigation screen, brushed vent bezels and leather seats, stuff that in my opinion has no place in a Wrangler.


Is this really an interior that you’d want to take off-road? Jeep Wranglers are beautiful because they are simple machines. You can fix them with a screw driver and hammer and because of their bulletproof drive trains they’re capable of going places that would scare a normal SUV back to their suburban garage. I really hope that Jeep doesn’t water down what in the end is probably the purist off road machine that is still left in existence. Even the door panels are too frickin’ nice… bleck!

Our Best Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

6 Responses

  1. Set says:

    Poor CJ/Wrangler. They died with the JK, in my opinion. (When they released it in ’07 with the name JK, I had hoped they were really just kidding. They weren’t…)

  2. Nephilim says:

    Agreed. The top and doors are only on my 2000 TJ for maybe six weeks out of the year and consequentially to no ill effect it’s been rained in (they put those drains plugs in the floor for a reason!), been filled with hail, gotten so dusty I usually need a leaf blower to clean it out, carried dead javelina in it and has plenty of Arizona pin striping from it being used as a Wrangler was meant to be . If you’re not prepared to do any of those with your Wrangler then sell it and by the looks of it don’t even bother buying a 2011 because like the article said – that interior is never gonna take the punishment. It’s like buying a Ferrari and never taking it to the track.

  3. Taylor says:

    Hopefully they will just put this interior in the Sarhara. It would fit there best as I don’t think Sahara owners go off road. As long as they keep the Rubicon and X variants utilitarian all will be good.

  4. Taylor says:

    Hopefully they will just put this interior in the Sahara. It would fit there best as I don’t think Sahara owners go off road. As long as they keep the Rubicon and X variants utilitarian all will be good.

  5. ruel24 says:

    I’m with you 100%! Wranglers are rough and tough and need to wear that badge of honor in their design. When I ordered my 1994 Wrangler, I got it sans A/C, soft top, 5 speed, 6 cyl…the way it should be! It was crude and rude, but I loved every bit of my 13 years of ownership. I briefly sold cars – Pontiacs – and got a demo, but I preferred to drive my Jeep everyday, even though it wasn’t all new and shiny. If it wasn’t for $4 per gallon gasoline when I finally bought a new car, I’d be driving a newer one. Instead, I gave into the gas mileage thing and regretted every minute of it. Now, I just can’t wait to get myself into the position of buying a new Wrangler… Soon, I hope…

  6. Kali says:

    Poor Engine since 2007,
    wrangler is dying,