WATCH: A closer look at the new Jeep Wrangler

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The Jeep Wrangler has long been a household name for its off-road capabilities and the brand has now launched its all-new fourth-generation model.

Wranglers have remained relatively unchanged over the years, incorporating the same design blueprint, but the latest version is not only a treat for the eyes, but lighter as well.

The option of choice

The rugged off-roader is available in a 2.0-litre petrol and 2.2-litre diesel, both of which is turbocharged and mated to an optional 4-wheel-drive system - for when the terrain gets sketchy.

READ: Tough, refined and legendary: The new SA-bound Jeep Wrangler is the epitome of all-terrain driving

For those opting for a bit more, the Rubicon is available with enhanced trim and mechanical features.

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