4WD/AWD, Infinity Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready, Running Boards, Auxiliary Audio Input, Cruise Control
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 3.6L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 53K Miles, Red/Black
4WD/AWD, Infinity Sound System, Satellite Radio Ready, Tow Hitch, Running Boards, Auxiliary Audio Input
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 3.6L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 91K Miles, White/Black
I love my new wrangler. She looks and handles great, was very stable in the snow, and overall is in great condition. I constantly get compliments and asked if it's a brand new car. Despite it's rugged exterior, the interior is very luxurious with heated leather seats and a great stereo system with bluetooth and satellite radio.
I purchased a Jeep Wrangler unlimited, with a hardtop. The unlimited means four door version. A Wrangler stands to carry a legacy lasting generations, and they do this very well. This vehicle isn't for everyone though. It has more than average road noise, rides a little rough, the top(hard or soft) will leak in rain. However this vehicle isn't made for an average Joe. This vehicle is for the folks who like to live on the wild side, take the dirt roads, etc. The doors come off. The roof comes off. This is a truck, 4 wheeler, convertible, dune buggy, and conversation piece all at the same time. They have the largest aftermarket selection made, if you can think of a part, they make it. A Jeep isn't a luxury or average vehicle, it's a life style
Fully capable winter vehicle-4x4 would survive better at snow 3 ft deep in Chicago. If my front wheel drive 1997 Ford Escort survived that, more so with this. The only thing that stopped that car of mine was a 4 foot snow drift. Lucky for me there was a jeep wrangler in front that rammed his way through it with barely a shudder. That incident made a believer out of me. Cons: This is NOT Repeat NOT A CAR so, don't expect gas mileage and all the comforts and quietness of a HOME COUCH or a ROLLS ROYCE-This is a JEEP!!