A NHTSA Full-Overlap Frontal Crash Test at 35 Mph (56 Km/h).

Test applies to the new 2019 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4-Door.

Driver-Passenger
HIC 137-207
Chest G's 50-37
Femur Load (L/R) 4229/2914-1813/2305
****-**** (Four Stars)

Comments

    • James Conway
      James Conway

      I wish Chrysler would go back to the AMC name Jeep is not cheap anymore it's never been a Jeep since they took the AMC name away

      about 7 days ago
    • First Last
      First Last

      Does NHTSA not measure the forces on the ankles and feet?

      about 14 days ago
    • Boyu Chen
      Boyu Chen

      1 star out of five euroncap.

      about 14 days ago
    • That Random Oshawott
      That Random Oshawott

      It seems like the front didn't crush as much as other cars.

      about 14 days ago
    • Boyu Chen
      Boyu Chen In reply to That Random Oshawott

      That Random Oshawott Jeep frame is actually pretty weak,compare to trucks or G wagon.

      about 13 hours ago
    • A T
      A T In reply to That Random Oshawott

      Looks good to me. Love my Rubicon. Most keeps have aftermarket bumpers. So I'm surr that would take more impact

      about 5 days ago
    • Ryan Malin
      Ryan Malin In reply to That Random Oshawott

      You want the vehicle to crush. Otherwise you crush. I would not want to be in this vehicle during an accident

      about 11 days ago
    • Kyurem XY
      Kyurem XY In reply to That Random Oshawott

      @That Random Oshawott indeed they are. lol the disadvantage of a solid frame underneath the crash affects the driver more than the car. in the video, you can see how little impact was absorbed by the vehicle it all went straight to the drive causing fatal injuries

      about 13 days ago
    • That Random Oshawott
      That Random Oshawott In reply to That Random Oshawott

      @Kyurem XY True. They are built quite differently than normal cars. I guess the Jeep's frame is stiffer.

      about 13 days ago