It's a Jeep. I've been a fan of the Jeep since I was a child growing up on Army bases. This 2010 is a fun rides and has handled perfectly off-road with stock equipment. It feels much more stable at high speeds and on turns than the 2-door You do sacrifice the turning ratio with the longer and wider wheel-base, but it's still tighter in the turns than a lot of other SUVs its size. Finally, whatever people say about the mileage, I'm able to get between 21-24 mpg on the highway and 14-17 mpg in the city. Better than some of my friend's fancy SUVs.
2010 jeep wrangler
2010 Jeep Wranglermal - Harriman, TN01/09/2011
Love my new jeep! Have gotten more positive comments about this jeep than I can count. Looks great, performs great, pretty good gas mileage not a lot of leg room for the backseat or cargo but its just my wife and I so thats not an issue for us. Would recommend it to any looking for a really sharp ride.
My first Jeep and won't be my last. What could be more fun, a convertible SUV. Biggest issue is gas mileage, really bad in city driving and a bit better on the highway so we have it as a second car. Other issues with our purchase is that there are no power locks so the doors can be taken off easier, but reaching in to unlock the back doors is difficult. Our dark/black interior shows dirt quicker. No mechanical issues yet. I really love driving it!
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