Jeep has cultivated a reputation for strong off-road capability over the decades, and for good reason. Time and again the brand proves its mettle with legendary all-terrain models like the Jeep CJ and first-generation Wrangler. For modern Jeep enthusiasts, two specific models stand out as the most capable when the path goes off Tarmac.

Wrangler Rubicon

The Jeep Wrangler has long been known for its exceptional off-road ability. Simple engineering with a rugged four-wheel drive system, high ground clearance, and maneuverable short wheelbase have historically yielded impressive results on even the most demanding trails. While base model Wrangler can more than handle off-road environments, it's the Wrangler Rubicon that really stands apart.

The Wrangler Rubicon comes standard with many of the features that Jeep enthusiasts plan to upgrade to anyway. These upgrades include larger all-terrain tires, locking front and rear differentials, a disconnecting front sway bar, extra skid plates, and much more. The result is one of the most capable stock off-road vehicles that money can buy.

Gladiator Rubicon

The Gladiator Rubicon takes everything you love about the Wrangler and adds the utility of a pickup bed. It's Jeep's new midsize truck, and it's ready to shake up the establishment.

You'll find many of the same features in the Gladiator Rubicon as the Wrangler Rubicon: locking differentials, all-terrain tires, disconnecting front sway bar, upgraded four-wheel drive system, etc. It also has the distinct advantage of offering the only solid front axle in its segment. Simply put, it's the most capable midsize truck available when it comes to off-road performance.

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