I like my jeep.
But you spend 20 minutes to put the roof on or off !!!!
And it is impossible de do it alone. It needs at least 2 people to do it !!!
So it is good if you live in a sunny state or if you dont want to convert it !
Let's be practical...
2006 Jeep WranglerWayfarer - Midwest City, OK09/20/2010
I bought this Wrangler for the express purpose of tooling around and surviving whatever weather my "beloved" state decides to throw at me. It's 4x4 capabilities should save my scrawny hide, unlike my Camaro last time.
Out of this practical reason, I quickly fell in love. It's a tough, tenacious machine with a lot of personality and its quirks. It doesn't accelerate too well, and, occasionally, the shifter sticks, but that's easily handled.
Considering that its four years old and a rugged, off-roading beast, it's in remarkably good condition. It's interior is immaculate and comfy, and aside from some faded paint, I have no problems with its exterior.
There is, however, a lot of road noise-but, if you're like me, you enjoy the sound of the road. It's especially nice when you're in the sticks, roughing it with your Jeep, you'll hear mother nature speak to you.
Don't expect comfort or class, just expect it to get you around and do everything that you ask of it. Besides, if you're even looking at this review, you're surely not shopping for a Beamer.
2006 Jeep Wrangler 4cylinder
2006 Jeep Wranglerjdawg - New Mexico04/22/2010
Great vehicle. Handles well off road. Geared so low that the 4 cylinder 4x4 is no issue. A little slow on highway travel, but who needs that : )
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