4WD/AWD, Running Boards, Auxiliary Audio Input, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Traction Control
6 Cylinders, 4WD, 3.8L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 99K Miles, Green/Gray
Satellite Radio Ready, Running Boards, Auxiliary Audio Input, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, Traction Control
6 Cylinders, 2WD, 3.8L Engine, Automatic Transmission, 47K Miles, Silver/Gray
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
Love my Jeep! So far so good, love to drive it. Has all the comforts of a car (Bun warmers [heated seats], cruise control and the ability to 4 wheel anywhere should I choose to do so. Easy to drive, parks in small spots, lots of cargo space for a couple big dogs. Can seat 4 comfortably, 5 regularly. Good SUV.
Jeep Wrangler is a fun loving vehicle. Being able to remove doors and tops makes it so fun in the summer and trips to the beach. 4WD comes in handy during snow storms and off roading. Hard top makes for a much quieter ride than the soft top, but I find the freedom panels a bit of a hassle to remove. There is tons more cargo space with the 4 door, and the fold down seats makes for even more. Not the best vehicle for long commutes, as fuel economy is 14mpg. This is my second Wrangler, I have driven this brand and vehicle for 8+ years and love it.