The Sport trim of the two-door 2022 Jeep Wrangler is the most affordable, with an MSRP of $29,275, which includes a destination charge. There are four other trim levels in the Jeep lineup: Willys Sport S, Willys, and Rubicon — which costs $40,500 before additional options and accessories. With a few extras, that number could easily rise to $50,000.

Autonomous all-wheel drive, a turbocharged engine, and automatic transmission are available on Sport trims. There’s also an off-road camera that looks forward (on every Wrangler variant).

The only reason not to buy a 2022 Jeep Wrangler is that you don’t know what it’s all about and you want a piece of the action. Among midsize SUVs, Jeep’s Wrangler is one of the best off-roaders in the world.