In this first episode in the series on the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe Rubicon Hybrid, Sandy Munro (a long time Jeep owner) reviews the companies newest hybrid contender. Sandy recounts some of the terrain and travails that he has experience with his Jeep Wrangler. This new hybrid vehicle however is a first look for Sandy which he first noticed at the Detroit International Autoshow this year (Motor Bella). He would also like to thank Chrysler for letting Munro have a look at this vehicle in detail and review it on our channel.
Sandy has a quick walk around the vehicle remarking on similar and dissimilar features of the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe vs his current Wrangler. The first thing he notices that is probably more for style than function is the scoops on the above the engine. Sandy is unsure if the vehicle actually needs this to prevent over heating at any point.
Inside the vehicle, Sandy likes the overall look and feel of the car, including the grab handles, the look of the instrument panel, and especially the electric retractable/convertible roof. This is actually a suggestion that we gave to Chrysler a while ago, which Sandy is overjoyed to see put into the vehicle.
In the front and back seating, Sandy finds the overall comfortability the same as in his Jeep but definitely likes the attention to detail in the stitching.
The trunk continues to provide great room, but Sandy likes the addition of the extra cargo space underneath the floor with a roadside kit bag inside. Sandy also finds a surprise in the back of the 2021 Jeep Wrangler 4xe which is a special bag that fits behind the back seats that is made specifically for storing the side windows in. The side windows are also designed in an easy to remove Lean Design fashion that Sandy is a real fan of.
Sandy ends of the video having a look under the hood and the front of the vehicle, catching more interesting features, but learn what they are, you are going to have to watch the video below: