The Jeep Wrangler The distant relative of the Willys MB, the original World War II military "Jeep," the Wrangler has been stretched out and beefed up a little in recent years. There's been a four-door model for half a decade and the sound bar on the roll cage has become as important a feature as the fog lamps and drop top. Yet even after a brief period in the late '80s and early '90s when it was being assembled in Canada, the Jeep has spent more than 20 years being put together in Toledo, Ohio. Even if you're the skeptical sort who likes knowing where every part of the vehicle comes from, Cars.com notes that the Wrangler is still one of the most head-to-toe American vehicles on the market. Its parent company may have been bought by Italy's Fiat, but 80% of the Wrangler's parts are still Made In The U.S.A.