I decided to go with a Jeep, because I wanted the freedom of driving regardless of the weather conditions outside - I have a job that requires me to get to/from work. When I began looking for Jeeps, the Wrangler fit my personality, lifestyle and performance preferences...it was absolutely the right decision. - Just the right size for my use (2-door); the 4-door would have been too big for the car that I drive primarily as a commuter vehicle for myself - It's fun! I enjoy the top down, door-off "jeep" features, but still has the amenities of a nice car on the inside - Compass, satellite radio, front/rear wipers, fold-down seat, 4WD, cruise control...all features that I enjoy
I would recommend this vehicle for anyone looking for a fun and versatile vehicle. One moment I could be driving with my top down and doors off enjoying the weather, and in another moment i could driving through mud and exploring trails where normal cars can't go. The jeep is also amazing in the snow. While my nieghbors' cars were stuck on the side of the road and slidding all over the place, my jeep handled quite nicely and I was able to navigate just fine. I also love the mods one can put on a jeep. Jeeps are probably one of the most customizable vehicles on the market. Ranging from different types of lift kits,tires, winches, front and rear bumpers, side flares, lighting, almost everything on this vehicle can be changed.
Great all weather vehicle. Handles well and pretty darn good on fuel.
The 2014 Jeep Wrangler is still the same All-American trailblazer it was in previous iterations. The Wrangler is known for its superior off-road capabilities and unique look. It won't win any races and will not be found in many driveways, but the bold and rugged Wrangler is iconic for anyone looking for adventure in a vehicle.
The Jeep Wrangler is fun to drive. It's a great partner for adventurers - it's well-equipped for off-roading. It feels nimble on trails and has a generous amount of cabin space for gear. The Wrangler will feel remarkably stable, though rough roadways will still make for a tough ride.
The day-to-day experience is where the dream crumbles. It's soft top is cumbersome and does not provide much security in cities and towns. A hard top may be a better choice if you're commuting with a Wrangler. Additionally, the Wrangler is by no means a quiet ride. The build design lets in a lot of noise, and passengers may find that it's a bit shaky and unstable over rough patches of road. Acceleration can also feel sluggish, especially on the Wrangler Unlimited model.
The Wrangler is a rugged trailblazer that can't be brushed off easily. Though other cars and trucks come close, the Jeep Wrangler is ready to journey off the beaten path. If your goal is to use this car strictly for off-roading, you'll find that no car can compete with the Wrangler. It's nimble on most trails and has generous cabin space for gear.
The Wrangler does come with a few issues for use outside of off-roading. If you're looking for a car for your daily commute, this car's lack of fuel efficiency may cost you in the long run. The Jeep Wrangler's utility is better spent on the weekends than day-to-day life.
Despite what its rough exterior may imply, the interior is actually quite nice. It definitely prioritizes function over form, but it's comfortable and the interior is still fairly attractive. This Jeep is available in the two-door Wrangler and the four-door Wrangler Unlimited forms. Both forms come with three trims:
The Wrangler also has special edition sub-trims such as the Altitude, Polar, Freedom Edition, Willys Wheeler, and Rubicon X.
The 2014 Jeep Wrangler comes standard with a 3.6L V6 engine paired with a six-speed manual transmission. It's a heavy and durable vehicle, so the Wrangler may feel a bit sluggish, and braking distances are a little long. Four-wheel drive is standard. Both the two-door and four-door models have tremendous power - the two-door Wrangler can tow up to 2,000 lbs while the Wrangler Unlimited has a towing capacity of 3,500 lbs.
The 2014 Jeep Wrangler is versatile; it has a two-door and a four-door option. With a two-door, you'll find that the backseat is built to hold more cargo, not passengers. The four-door is much more spacious. Any adults who enter the backseat may find it a bit tight.
Surprisingly, the Wrangler's interior is fairly attractive. It has plastic surfaces, but pairs them with rounded lines for more appeal.