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
2012 Jeep WranglerRyan F - Saint Louis, MO08/17/2015
styling first of all, its the first vehicle to be driven on all 7 continents. This wrangler has a proven history of getting a person where they need to go regardless of the conditions. I am an avid outdoor adventurist and general explorer of this world, this is by far the most versatile, well built, long lasting vehicle out there... buy it.
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