1999 Jeep Wrangler

Jeep Wrangler Consumer Reviews By Year:
1999 Jeep Wrangler

NEW FOR 1999

The 1999 Jeep Wrangler's interior finally enters the '90s with rotary HVAC controls, replacing the old slider control system. The hard- or soft top is available in Dark Tan, and new colors decorate both the exterior and the interior.


Go-anywhere capability.


Soft top is fun, but still a pain in the butt to operate.

69 Total User Reviews

Average Rating

By Bandit1978 on January 4 @ 7:26 am
Fun, dependable, strong, well built
I've driven off-road and it felt like driving on pavement. Smooth and strong. I'm glad I found it and amazed at it's ability to do anything on and off the road.

By RS Villa on April 8 @ 9:53 am
Jeep Sahara
My overall experience to date has been excellent. This is a well built vehicle that performs both on & off road.

By Lava Flows on August 31 @ 3:26 pm
I have NEVER been so happy with a vehicle as I am with my Jeep - I have driven every SUV, van, sports car you can think of - but this jeep is just simply the most fun EVER to drive - I love that it requires the driver to "get used to it" because it sets it apart - kinda like it DEMANDS the driver to re-learn driving - and its cool to get nods and honks from other wrangler owners - kinda like joining a frat - ITS A JEEP THING - YOU WOULDNT UNDERSTAND - for the summer its great - you drop the top - for the winter - you laugh at snow - drop it in 4 wheel and go!

By Burned out on May 22 @ 3:00 am
Subpar Product
Purchased Jeep Sport Jun 99. 30,000 mile service Dec 00. Apr 01 (37,000) exhaust manifold cracked. Thank goodness I had purchased an extended warranty or it would have cost $1000 to repair. (I believe part defectative but Jeep refused to refund $100 deductable for replacement.) Multiple problems since and will never buy a Jeep again!

By colton on October 25 @ 3:00 am
fun in the sun
i think the jeep is one of the best cars ever built. especaily the sahara edition.

By Hawk on October 8 @ 3:00 am
Don't buy it - because you'll love it
I love my Jeep and if I hadn't had so many major repairs at 54,000 miles, I wouldn't be trading it for a Toyota 4Runner. Note: Manifold, Differential, Seat Belt, and Drive Shaft replacement!!! No favors at the dealer with the warranty or the trade value for a new one.

By Kayley on July 4 @ 3:00 am
This is one fun vehicle!
I haven't had any major problems with my Jeep - the only problem I have had (and still have after having it in to be fixed twice)is with the heater not working correctly - it's a small price to pay for an otherwise reliable and fun vehicle!

By joe b on March 13 @ 3:00 am
Getting Better
This is the tenth Jeep I have owned and they continue to get better each year. I currently have about 45,000 miles on this vehicle, mostly trouble free. We live in Florida but drive it to the mountains of Colorado for a month each summer to run the Jeep trails. This Wrangler is loaded with options but is still a compentent vehicle in the high country.

By Greg 0603 on March 31 @ 11:00 am
Jeep Wrangler
Overall good experience. This is my fourth Jeep, and the first one that had the six cylinder engine. A drastic improvement in pickup and a more relaxed ride on the highway.

By FireCaptain on September 3 @ 11:00 am
It is a Jeep thing, and I understand.
I have the '99 Sport with pretty much every option on it, including both tops. The list price was about $26,000. In addition, I've added a 3 inch Teraflex lift and 33x10.5 BFG's on stock rims. The only problem I have had is the dash guages go dead now and them, but you pop the instrument cluster with your hand, and they come back. This is my 2nd Jeep (first was a Cherokee, also bought new and lifted) and if you take care of them, they will take care of you. No real problems to date.

By donkey on April 25 @ 11:00 am
truck + convertible = fun
This is my first Jeep and couldn't be happier. Chysler needs to improve upon it's tranny build qulaity, but the ability to drop the top, take off the doors and head to the great outdoors is amazing. The after-market "fix-up" selection is endless and it is just truly a fun one to drive.

By WriggleWraggle on December 30 @ 11:00 am
Powerful and Well Built
This is my first Jeep and I love it. I had always wanted one, and finally a good opportunity to own one came along. This truck is very capable, and has been very reliable to date. What's with the wave thing every time you pass another Jeep anyway? :)

By Max Rockatansky on October 10 @ 11:00 am
Buy a Jeep NOW!
My Jeep has nearly 60000 miles and runs like new. I have the 4.0L 6 cylinder with a five speed manual. This combo is quick and works well in all conditions. At home on the highway, and will amaze you off-road. Controls are easy to use and well thought out. Take the top and doors off and its close to riding a motorcycle, but you don't need a helmet. This is the ultimate all around vehicle, great in the snow, awsome in the summer. I'll own no other. Buy one NOW!

By justafriend on May 22 @ 11:00 am
super suv
I have had my jeep wrangler for almost 4 years now and it has been a blast. every time i get behind the wheel i feel like i just got my driver's license! They are really well made to tackle anything you throw at them especially off-road! jeeps can go anywhere and do anything vehicles. Buy one today and see for yourself!

By PJC on February 16 @ 11:00 am
A tough Departure
3.5 years, 4.0 litre, 5 speed and I always loved it, however, except for traveling at speeds under 40, every passenger sees it as a trial of patience. GREAT offroad, but I have that oppty less than once every two months. It is great for a third car, not a daily driver

By pjc on February 16 @ 11:00 am
A tough Departure
3.5 years, 4.0 litre, 5 speed and I always loved it, however, except for traveling at speeds under 40, every passenger sees it as a trial of patience. GREAT offroad, but I have that oppty less than once every two months. It is great for a third car, not a daily driver

By Eddie2002 on January 29 @ 11:00 am
Great as long as it doesn't see salt
Great overall vehicle designed for the offroad and more than competent on the road. Definitely not designed for exposure to climates where salt is used for winters. The underpinnings began to rust in 2 years and the body began to peel and streak. This is definitely a cult classic and urban yuppies should know better than to shop this one. This one is for the genuine OR's.

By oscar 1 on November 1 @ 11:00 am
Great Car, Holds its Value
Reliable & fun to drive. Low gas mileage for a small vehicle, but tons of power under the hood.

By Ippa on May 19 @ 11:00 am
Long live the Jeeps
I bought mine used with 35,000 miles almost 2 years ago. I now have 65,000 and have not had one problem with the Jeep. It's great in the snow for winter and awesome in the summer... Offroading it really shines. Rocks, sand, trails, hill climbing it does it all. I removed the back seat for added space but now it's a two seater. I'll keep this one for a while.

By JDB on July 19 @ 11:00 am
Best I've ever owned
A day is not complete without a ride in my Jeep. This Wrangler was well worth the 25 year wait (took me that long to get over the "practical" sydrome). I have fun every moment I'm driving or just riding. It's noisy. So what. It's rough. So what. It's fun. That's what!!!

By Jeep Buddy on December 15 @ 3:00 am
Fun, but NOT as a primary car
I bought my Jeep new four years ago and have had a lot of time to think about it. It's basically a good car; it's fun taking the top off, it's been reliable, it looks good and girls like it. BUT: it's noisy, the ride is punishing, it uses gas like a Winnebego yet it's so underpowered you can plant flowers on the side of the road as you steam away from a stop light and it is, for all intents and purposes, a two- seater with very little luggage space. As an auxilliary, around-town car you can't beat it, but it's NOT made for driving every day, or for routinely driving trips longer than 25 miles or so.

By amandamarsh on October 30 @ 3:00 am
utilitarian but who asked?
My first Jeep, and why did I wait so long? My commute is fun, and if it snows, my sports car can sit it out until Spring. Sure, it is a bit noisy, but it is responsive, practical, and flat fun. And to add to its pleasure - the dashboard doesn't look like the cockpit of the Space Shuttle Endeavor. Like the old VW Beetles, it tells the driver all she needs to know.

By Jpfrk on April 4 @ 3:00 am
TJ Review
I have enjoyed this vehicle more than any of the other SWB Jeeps that I have owned. I just wish they had more leg room and better seats!

By saseals on September 7 @ 3:00 am
A blast to drive all year round
This is a fun vehicle to drive. Bought the hard top....a pain to take off...bought a hoist. Very quiet in the winter with the hard top on. Took it to Texas and used it to put Sea Doos in the water. Saw full size trucks spin their tires doing the same thing. The jeep climbed like there was no tomorrow.

By Slimmin on March 8 @ 3:00 am
I love It
It is a Jeep. This thing will climb a mountain in off the showroom form and look good in the process. The noise and the rough on-road ride are part of the attraction. My wife and I have had lots of fun in this vehicle. It brings a smile to my face seeing it in the garage.

By Jeep 16 on March 22 @ 11:00 am
Wonderful vehicle
This is a wonderful, fun vehicle. I absolutely fell in love with my Jeep. It is a 1999 soft top. The exterior color is dark metallic amethyst. It's gorgeous. This vehicle is great for someone who loves the outdoors and does not have children, because there is really not enough room for them. However, I wouldn't trade it for the world. My "baby" has been everywhere from Miami to Canada. I hope to have many more enjoyable years.

By Shaxar on July 19 @ 11:00 am
Fun, But get old
I bought my '99 Jeep used in Feb of 2000, right in the middle of winter. They actually stay warmer int the winter than most think. It was great at first, but over time, you get sick of felling every bump in the road. The engine leaves much to be desired. It does have it's good days where it feels like it's as fast as any other car, but mostly it's slow, and not very good gas mileage either. It's a great car, but wouldn't recommend it for everyday use.

By hotrodd on December 29 @ 11:00 am
jeep review
These jeeps rule if your looking for a fun drive anywhere truck. It lacks some room but makes up for it in the fun factor department. I went with a h/t because of mid-west winters. I've always wanted one and would consider getting another one anyday. Jeep - There's no substitute!

By Vatche on March 3 @ 11:00 am
I've always wanted a Jeep since I was young and that dream came true in April of 1999. This has been my daily vehicle respectively for the last 4.5 years and I love it. Not for everyone tho. I have fixed it up with lift kits and larger tires which is the reason for dismal gas mileage but its really worth it because it looks awesome. The noise from the soft top has been eliminated by my upgraded sound system. Very reliable off road and in scorching desert heat and cold snowy winters, amazing what this baby could do.

By Mr Stone on September 19 @ 11:00 am
jeep review
Really enjoy the vehicle, has hard and softtop

By Jeepman on October 31 @ 11:00 am
Love It!
Its a Jeep thing and you do have to understand. My only major issue was the awful stock tires they put on this Jeep. Other than a bad wire harness, no major complaints. Goes anywhere in any weather.

By DEEZ on March 30 @ 3:00 am
Go NO where capability
I've had the vehicle for more than 4 years now and am still having problems with it. I bought it with about 10 miles on it and have had nothing but problems with it. Some problems have occurred several times. 3 times the guages on the dash board have malfunctioned-the same amount of times the defroster linkage has disconnected to cause the defroster not to work-the transfer case was leaking fluid-the drivers seat broke-both exterior mirrors started shedding their paint-a stabalizer linkage arm seal burst in the front end. All of these problems occurred before 36,000 miles.

By trouble4you96 on July 28 @ 3:00 am
it is a jeep thing, TRY and understand
This is my second jeep and i am now planning on buying my 3rd. most convincing story ... last winter in MD 38 inches of snow in one shot. no problem for me and my jeep , actually pulled out 28 other suv's for fun that weekend.

By Marc Harris on December 21 @ 3:00 am
Great if you know what your getting
The power, ride, and highway mileage actually surpass my stock 4Runner! There are tons of support groups out there for upgrades/repairs. Tows my Bayliner Cuddy (2000lb) and handles the ramp great. This is smooth as silk in comparison to the old kidney buster ride. Hands down, this thing can walk through almost any terrain. Biggest plus, there are many suppliers for upgrades so its easy to make it your own! As for storage, you have to add a rack on the tail or top. Behind the rear seat just holds a set of speakers, shovel, and tow strap. Ive seen these roll end over end (off road) and driven home. Indestructible!

By orrelse on August 30 @ 3:00 am
I take the LONG way home now!!!!!
This was my first Wrangler so naturally I was apprehensive about the ride quality and the noise, but I'm pleasantly surprised at both. The interior is very comfortable and everything is laid out nicely. The ride is a little rough, but better than I expected. The soft top can be noisy at high speeds but for its purpose it is suitable. The engine is the 2.4L I4 and lacks any real get up and go for lots of highway driving, but for city driving it is powerful enough. If I were to do it over again, I'd buy the 6 cyl. model. Otherwise, like the title says, I intentionally find the long way home now--anything to spend more time driving my Jeep!!

By Hubbard on June 15 @ 11:00 am
Tub on wheels.
Unpretentious car that operates very well as a tub on wheels. Short turning radius and relatively high seating are big pluses. I also like the accessibility of the engine compartment and body parts. Highway noise above 55 mph, and poor fuel economy even for a 4 cylinder, are the negatives. Overall, I would buy it again, and am especially intrigued by the new model with an extended wheelbase and storage.

By Rsmitty on November 7 @ 11:00 am
great car, but not for everyday use
Its obviously a Jeep. Theres no mistaken you are taking a ride in an offroad vehicle from the first time you enter it. I would have to agree with the others that this is not an everyday vehicle due to its poor performance on the highway. However, it more than does its job offroad. I think the suspension is perfect, I got my Jeep because of its capabilites, not for a plush ride. I have not had a single problem with it yet and its continues to impress me as a fun to drive vehicle. I would however, not be able to take it on the highway above 55 mph for any length of time. I would definetly buy another and would recommend it to everyone that wants to have fun.

By BAS on July 17 @ 11:00 am
My Baby
Except for a short wiring harness, which was fixed under warrenty. A rebult reverse brought on by severe weather and severe job requirements. A poor service department and an overstuffed sales man that was easily handled. NOT A ONE THING TO COMPLAIN ABOUT. My wife , 1 daughter and 3 sons all will kill each other just to drive it.

By Fantastic Johnny on November 7 @ 5:50 pm
There's Only One!
Those looking for a soft ride and performance numbers need not apply. The Jeep is a harsh ride. It's noisy and brash. But it's a boatload of fun in the winter and the summer. I would never recommend the 4 cylinder without the manual transmission. It doesn't have enough ponies for an automatic transmission. I get on average about 20 mpg with 100K miles. I do quite a bit of highway traveling, and as long as you aware of the limitations of driving such a short vehicle at 70 mph, you'll be fine. Wind is about the only enemy of the Jeep. Strong Illinois winds bounce the Jeep around like a pinball, but you couldn't pay me to trade it in. This Jeep is mine until she dies. There's Only One!

By chemboy74 on June 10 @ 5:40 pm
1999 Jeep Wrangler Sport 6 cylinder
I've had this vehicle for 3 1/2 years now. I've taken it all over the place, from the rugged mountains and beaches of the Lake Superior northwoods at the height of winter, to the eastern Kansas foothills. It's a blast to drive and there isn't anyplace it won't go. I started driving it less when gas started to go up, and I've only put 3000 miles on it since January '05. You won't own a Jeep if you're concerned about ride comfort, and this one begs to be driven hard. Wear and tear has been comparable with every other car I've driven, So, whether you're looking for a nice ride about town, or trek across some difficult terrain and don't mind high gas prices, buy a Wrangler.

By mmora73 on February 19 @ 10:03 am
Jeeps are not the average day vehicle. it takes a certain personality type to own one. i am sure everyone has heard the line" my friend owns a Jeep". there is hardly another vehicle I would invest the kind of money into that i did with mine. It is one of a kind. Hard to do with a four banger Mustang. Love my jeep since i drove it off the show room floor.

By Jeeper on March 6 @ 11:30 am
Gotta Love Them
This is my 4th Jeep Wrangler, and they just keep getting better. You can't beat them offroad, trust me. They will climb just about anything you put in front of it, and they are extremely dependable. The 4.0 six cylinder is very powerful, but it only gets around 17 mpg in city. I have owned Chevy, Dodge, and Toyotas, and you simply can't beat the toughness, dependability, and offroad ability of a Jeep. They are so much fun to drive, especially with the top down, and everyone is looking at you with envy. I'll always be a Jeep man. I think everyone should try one, and they'll be hooked too.

By greg on July 20 @ 9:53 am
1999 Jeep Wrangler Sport
The initial model had a problem with the headers, which the manufacturer later replaced. I did my own with a Borla. This is the most reliable car that I have ever owned. Other than the header, it has never needed service (now has 60,000 mi., 11/05). After market upgrades are fun, and very worthwhile. Is very easy to self service. I wish that a diesel conversion was available! I have always wondered why the ratings have never been higher, except that everyone wants "fast and furious", (low end disposa-cars), instead of powerful, durable, rugged, and dependable. GO JEEP :)

By TheBitman on July 26 @ 11:23 pm
I Love It!
I absolutely love this vehicle! I ordered it from the factory with almost every option, and I haven't regretted it at all. It is the most fun to drive, dependable and versatile vehicle I have ever owned. I use it to commute every day, and then use it for working around the property on the weekends. I have driven it in all kinds of weather and it has never let me down. This little truck will go anywhere and do anything!

By rhicksmtb on April 16 @ 5:13 am
1999 Jeep Sahara
What a great ride. My wife and kids always look forward to family time in the jeep. I and my buddies always look forward to pushing its limits off road. I purchased the Mile Marker 8000 winch (has worked flawlessly many times) but do not need it very often. I usually have to pull out someone else out. This is by far the best 4X4 I have ever owned.

By lmm on October 22 @ 1:50 am
Fun Jeep Sahara
My Jeep is really fun to play around with during the winter and it is really reliable. I haven't got stuck yet and it preforms great. Plus they are the most fun to modify.

By CannonBalls on July 28 @ 3:13 pm
My 2nd Jeep, had a 1998 sold it, missed it...bad, had to go find a replacement. Best offroad vehicle I have ever driven. Love the go anywhere, do about anything attitude of the Jeep. No problems with this one or the other one. Really nice, fun vehicle. Can't wait to get it to Montana this July, going mountain climbing.

By Deb on November 30 @ 5:33 am
Love my jeep
I bought my Jeep new. I had it lifted and added lots of extras; it is so much fun to drive and it looks great. It always gets lots of looks wherever we go. I can go anywhere I want all year round snow, no road NO PROBLEM - it is a JEEP THING and if you don't own one YOU WOULDN'T UNDERSTAND!

By thok06 on February 8 @ 10:26 pm
Jeep Wrangler
If you want a fun weekend car, this is it. Taking the top down and driving around is loads of entertainment. It's one of the cheapest convertibles available. However, if you plan on using this for an everyday car, be prepared. The gas mileage is poor, especially for a small SUV. Reliability is no better, I had to have my exhaust manifold replaced at the dealership for $900. It cracked at just 45K miles. The interior is cheaply made. A/C knobs barely function. The ride is terrible and unstable. All this and I am at 55K. Security is nil: if it weren't for my hard top my car would be a playground for thieves. The hood doesn't lock, and I know a Wrangler owner who had her battery stolen

By Pitbull on July 6 @ 11:10 am
Best of anything I've driven
I have owned a number of different vehicles since I started driving. This is my first Wrangler and I love it! I owned a Grand Cherokee before this, and this Wrangler puts it to shame. I have gone places in 2WD with my Wrangler that I would not even dream about going in 4WD with my Grand Cherokee. On top of it all, I love the looks I get going around town, one of the perks of a fire engine red JEEP.

By MonkeyMangler on January 3 @ 2:00 am
Great fun and reliability!
This Jeep rocks! I used to have a 95 4 cylinder 5 speed. The 6 cylinder makes it much more practical. The interior is great, suspension flexes a lot off-road, and it's not slow like the 4 banger. The top is great comes down and up in much less time then the older models. Anyways, great vehicle, guaranteed fun!

By debruins on October 14 @ 5:03 pm
best car ever!
I love my Jeep. First off though to improve performance and driveability I added lots of upgrades for the engine to get better performance, and better stability with much better shocks. I added lift and a winch and 33's as well as add a trunk, a Tuffy console, and a better sound system. It is now the perfect car. it does great on road for a JEEP and amazing off road. For those who don't get the Jeep thing it is too bad for you, buy a Land Rover.

By luvshisjeep99 on March 13 @ 5:13 pm
this Jeep is worth any price
I bought this jeep as my second car. I had a Mazda but it was about to die and I didn't like it all that much. I bought this Jeep and i love it. It's a go anywhere do anything vehicle with so many options it will leave your head spinning. All of my friends and family love it and it's reliable. Plus the insurance is the exact same as it was on my last car. Overall I love it to death.

By Nancy on May 21 @ 12:30 pm
Best 8 years of my Life!
I have enjoyed owning this Jeep so much. The only reason I can see to sell it is I don't recommend putting car seats in it. I loved it in the winter as well as the summer. It's 4 wheel drive, so I never had problems getting where I needed to be. Not even in a blizzard! It's so fun owning a Jeep, especially when you have a hard top, soft top as well as a bikini top. I recommend it to everyone, except if you have an infant to tool around with.

By Bradley on April 12 @ 7:43 pm
Great 4x4
I love my Jeep! It has plenty of power for such a small SUV. I have not added any custom parts but plan too. It rides and drive great. Gas mileage is not so good.

By bob on December 17 @ 9:46 pm
It's a Jeep, can't complain
Fun to drive year round. I took it mudding and not have have it in four wheel drive. It a Jeep can do about anything

By Driver on September 12 @ 6:40 am
Chrysler = Unreliable
Used all highway, never offroad. Serviced only at Jeep dealerships. All maintenance in the owners manual followed on time. Has blown four rear differentials, numerous electrical problems with airbags, heater fan controls, lights, radio, turn signals etc. Radiator started literally coming apart at 4 years. Paint just started falling off after 3 years, all the plastic on the exterior faded white after two years. Seats splitting apart and seat belts coming apart at the seams after one year.

By J.C. Allan on March 14 @ 2:36 pm
Built to last
I have had this third Jeep bought new in the swamps of Mississippi to the mountains of Utah. It has been a blast all the way. On one adventure my wife and I challenged ourselves to a 35 mile ORV trail in southern Utah and enjoyed skirting along a few mountains without difficulty. Having owned a few sports cars over the decades, including one with 12 cylinders, there is nothing more exhilarating as the freedom of getting off the beaten road and going were few dare.

By MichaelT on July 2 @ 2:06 am
Fun but ...
I have had my Jeep since 2000 & 130K miles. It is a blast to drive. The 4.0 is bulletproof. I have had to replace several parts, transmission, transfer case, exhaust manifold, rear axle (3 times), & radiator. If you push this thing much off road you will have to replace something. Gas mileage is horrible, w/ 33" tires I am getting about 10 mpg in town. Aerodynamics are not helping gas mileage. Turning radius is tight. Not for long trips. Can't wait to get rid of mine.

By RyanZ on January 27 @ 11:20 pm
130K miles still on orig clutch!
This is THE car you want to drive in the mountains dealing with snow, or the top off near the beach. The parts are cheap and abundant. You can fix everything yourself with a manual. They perform well on and off road.

By Fun but unreliable on September 20 @ 11:30 pm
Beware: fun but unreliable
Purchased '99 Wrangler in 2004. In '06 engine dropped a rod with 127K miles. Replaced engine and it has been nothing but problems since. It's embarrassing how much money I've spent on maintaining this vehicle. I LOVE driving it but the last few years have been a major disappointment

By Jeepn' on January 17 @ 6:20 am
Dependable & Fun
We purchased our Jeep used from dealership 2002. Replaced heater blower switch, regular maint.always completed, repainted wheel flares. Vehicle mileage 91051. Runs great, no problems, very dependable. Handles great on highway and snow. Easy to put into 4WD. Love driving it. Just purchased another Wrangler, 4 door model this time, kept 2 door model for fun.

By John on March 8 @ 11:23 pm
fun to drive and built tough
In my experience, a mechanically sound year for Jeep Wranglers. Had to replace sway bars twice in it's lifetime and the starter once. Also the connection to the speedometer and heating control had to be replaced during warranty due to corrosion from water leakage (left top down once during rain storm). Unfortunately, a local repair shop molested and murdered my first love. Go straight to the dealer or someone who knows Jeep clutches. If you love your jeep, 1. Don't machine the flywheel, just replace it with OEM parts 2. Same for the clutch kit, buy OEM parts just to be on the safe side.. 3. again, to the dealer.

By jan carlo on March 24 @ 1:00 pm
Had to experience the Fun side of Jeeps
I was one of those day dreamers thinking that some distant day I was going to buy a Jeep Wrangler. Every day while driving to work or going to the mall I saw tons of Wranglers passing by my side and I always, I mean ALWAYS turned my head over to take a look at them. Guess what.. Now I own my Jeep and I still keep turning my head over to see the different Wranglers passing by. But now I noticed that my Wrangler is looked at by every single driver and that makes me smile. Now I know what it feels to OWN a Jeep Wrangler and it's really fun. I started to enjoy more my driving time.

By Jeepers on December 14 @ 12:56 am
Love it - Hate to see it go.
I've had my Jeep for 10 years now and I love it. No major mechanical problems, just the normal wear of driving it over 200,000 miles. It's not for the person who is looking for a quiet, smooth ride - it's a Jeep, it's built for fun and believe me it is. I have tested it off road only a handful of time over the years and that is where a Jeep is at it's best. Saw a couple of Hummers struggling through the same trails that I had no issues with. Great in winter and fun in the summer. The only complaint I have is it is not a family car and since I'm expecting a baby in a few months, I need to get something bigger - but I will get a Jeep again!!

By Huck on February 27 @ 11:00 am
Only in a Jeep
I've loved Jeeps for years and drove a CJ7 until it rusted out from under me. I bought this Wrangler used in 2002 with 27K and have loved every minute with it. It is rough to ride in, unrefined in almost every way and squirrely above 70 mph, but it's a Jeep and wonderful to take off road and on a Summer day with the top down and the doors off there's nothing like it. It's been fairly reliable, but I do take it off road, so it does get a work out. Some repair work, but it's not a money pit.

By Anonymous on November 19 @ 3:00 am
Great Vehicle
Fun to drive. No limits. I ordered mine just like I wanted it and it has been a surprisingly reliable, unstoppable vehicle. The gas mileage runs 16-20 mpg, not great but OK for what it does. Everyone loves this thing - it has been great fun to own. Yes, it's noisy on the highway, the ride is marginal if you put on good shocks and the tires are a bit pricey, but driving it, owning it makes you love it. They are wonderful. This model is the sweet spot in the Wrangler line. No leaf springs and still small enough to be an outstanding 4-wheeler, plus the iconic look that Wranglers are known for. Just perfect.

By dlemmon1 on April 18 @ 10:15 pm
better than my wife
i love my jeep, it has been everywhere with me, from Colorado, Oklahoma, an Tennessee. love going offroad, put on all kinds of accessories, been very reliable. i fell into a ditch and flooded the engine, busted all kinds of things up, and its still goin strong. easy to work on and way fun to drive. not a family car in the winter but in the summers my sons love it.

By bosjb1 on August 10 @ 6:38 pm
The LOVE of my life
I first bought my Jeep in the spring of 2006 and have fallen in love many times over. There is nothing like owning a Wrangler - it's just a unique, incredible experience that only Wrangler owners can understand. I get giddy every time I see my topless Jeep basking in a warm, summer day - and so do my friends because they always love going for a cruise. In the winter, in 4WD, this thing is a beast and you can rip it around where ever you please. The soft top keeps you surprisingly warm and is an ease to flip up and down in the summer. I don't even bother putting my side or back windows on from May-Oct. 150k miles and the engine is as strong as when I first purchased it.

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