In their words:
The Wrangler still uses rugged body-on-frame construction and a solid axle at each end of the chassis for serious four-wheel-drive durability. The Rubicon model pushes the chassis to another level with locking differentials and a suite of hardcore parts that transform this machine into arguably the most off-road capable 4WD available today. The Wrangler Rubicon, in both two-door and four-door (Unlimited) guise, can easily crawl over boulders, logs, ditches, and mud holes that would halt most 4WD vehicles. . . .The Wrangler really is the last honest, hose-it-out-when-it's-muddy 4WD vehicle. We hope the formula never changes.As expected, there are readers who commented on the article "What about the _______?" but the simple truth of the matter is that no other currently-available new vehicle has the off-road abilities of the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. The closest vehicle in off-road ability is the Ram Power Wagon, but its size and weight challenge it in most types of terrain where a Jeep is in its element. The IFS vehicles from Toyota and Nissan are a far cry from the Wrangler since they lack the strength, gearing, and front differential locker that the Rubicon comes with.