Unless you plan on driving cross country, literally where there are no roads, the Wrangler is woefully inadequate for on road use compared to a much safer, more reliable and more economical Subaru.
The ONLY thing for your intended use that the Jeep has going for it on road, is the "look at me" factor. A Subaru with winter tires is one of the very best options you will ever consider for on road and rough road winter travel, bar none. If you truly do go off road, then consider a 4 Runner or Pathfinder for an SUV....be prepared to pay at the pump for any off road vehicle. If it's "bad road" instead, an Outback is fine. You really have to be more specific about what Off road means to you.
Your cheapest option for all round use and true off road capability with camping in mind as well as commuting is a Tacoma or Frontier crew cab PU. Again, higher fuel costs compared to a car.