This successor to the CJ Jeeps was designed for use as every day transport rather than as a utility vehicle. Nevertheless the Wrangler was still in the mould of the earlier vehicles having a basic open tub body with occasional seating for four although the chassis components were biased towards road use. The low-profiles tires improved the handling. The trend continued when the original YJ gave way to the redesigned TJ model in 1996. Coil springs were used for comfort and airbags came as standard. This is a book of contemporary road and comparison tests, specification, new model introductions, driver's impressions, long term tests, off road experience. Models covered include: YJ, Laredo, Sahara, Renegade, S, Islander, Sport, TJ, SE.