Jeeps are world-famous for their off-road performance. The Wrangler is one of the current range of models.
The Jeep Wrangler is designed to handle all conditions, from swamp to sand and everything in between. Its high ground clearance of 9.8 in. (25 cm) lets it cross stony or deeply rutted ground without getting caught up on rocks. It can climb steeply, and its suspension lets the wheels travel up and down so far that it can drive over boulders or fallen trees that would trap most other vehicles, even other off-roaders. Its interior is designed to be equally practical. The carpets can be taken out, the seats are covered with water-resistant material, and there are drain holes in the floor so that mud and dirt can be washed out. The back seat folds down to create enough storage space for camping equipment or fishing gear.
It takes a lot of muscle power to turn an off-road vehicle's (ORV's) wheels, especially on soft ground. To make it easier, off-roaders such as the Wrangler often have power steering. When the driver turns the steering wheel, a pump force oil through a pipe. This oil pressure turns the wheels. The pump and oil magnify the driver's muscle power and make it easier to steer the vehicle. Without power steering, it would be very difficult to handle the Wrangler in tough conditions.