First of all I would like to bring to everyone's attention the fact that Sir May B Bach is an idiot. A filthy rich idiot, but an idiot nonetheless. He is the absolute living proof that money doesn't buy taste, nor brain cells. How can he say those things about this great American icon? The Jeep Wrangler is probably the most famous American car in the history of... American cars.
It is simply unbeatable when it comes to off-road performance in standard trim, doesn't he know that? Anyway, there's simply no excuse for his behavior towards some of the cars we test. I for one absolutely loved the Wrangler. All my redneck neighbors improved the amount of red on their skin when they saw the black best parked in front of my porch. Even the Amish family down the road were impressed by it. Although they probably thought it was one of their own carriages going down hill since it didn't have any horses pulling it.
After I carefully inspected it by tapping every single panel with my fingers I just new this is one bad mother. Flat hood, flat side panels, flat face on everyone who saw me running over a squirrel with it (sorry guys, didn't have my Winchester 12-gauge with me at the time). Oh, and before any PETA people try to cuff themselves in front of my house I should probably mention the fact that the squirrel was very old and it had a slight limp, so it's better I put her out of her misery, right?
Anyway, back to the Wrangler, I think this might be one of the best cars to go hunting in. I would just leave the hard-top roof at home, install a bunch of extra headlights to stun deers or alligators, pack my Winchester/UZI/AK-47 and hit either the woods or the swamp land behind my farm. Coolness. Too bad you can't keep these test cars longer, I would have loved to really see what it's capable of on some muddy trails.