The design difference between the 2021 Jeep Wrangler and Wrangler Unlimited is the Unlimited’s spacious interior for passenger and cargo room. The two-door Wrangler models seat four, and the four-door Wrangler Unlimited models seat five. The two-door models offer easier second-row access and additional legroom; and the Wrangler’s boxier shape helps taller passengers with enough headroom in both rows. Its entire interior is durable and water-resistant, making it easy to clean and last longer, but some rivals offer a more luxurious cabin. Removable top and doors provide a capable off-road experience. It comes standard with a soft-top roof that is easy to remove and fold onto the rear tailgate; a hardtop is available. Cargo space is better in the four-door Wrangler Unlimited, with 31.7 cubic feet behind its rear seats and 72.4 cubic-feet with them folded down. The two-door Wrangler has 12.9 cubic feet of cargo space with its rear seats up and 31.7 cubic feet with them folded down. You can choose between five trims: Sport, Sport S, Sahara, Rubicon, and 4xe. The Wrangler Unlimited also features the Rubicon 392 trim; as well as the Sahara is only featured with the Unlimited. The Rubicon 392 adds interior and exterior accents, and steel and rear bumpers. The base Wrangler Sport starts out at $28,475 for the two-door Wrangler and $31,975 for the Unlimited body style. It ranges to $38,875 for the Rubicon Wrangler two-door models and $42,375 for the four-door Unlimited models. The most powerful, Rubicon 392, has a starting price of $73,500.