2000 Jeep Wrangler

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2000 Jeep Wrangler

NEW FOR 2000

A reengineered 4.0-liter PowerTech inline six-cylinder that is more refined and quiet, with reduced emissions, is standard for Sport and Sahara for 2000. Shift quality kicks up a notch, thanks to an all-new five-speed manual transmission. A radio/cassette combo with four speakers is now standard for the Sport, and the Sahara gains a radio/CD. Solar Yellow, Patriot Blue and Silverstone are additional exterior colors.


Cheap, fun to drive, go-anywhere capability.


Interior noise with soft top, difficult to operate soft top.

69 Total User Reviews

Average Rating

By Smorgousford on May 7 @ 6:56 am
Great whether in snow or sun!
A great fun car whether in winter snow or summer fun. And with the 4.0 manual one can win stoplight to stoplight races! Great offroading capabilities. Haven't been stuck yet! Just a great fun car for the younger crowd.

By Dano on April 29 @ 8:30 pm
You Know You've Always Wanted One!
They are everything you've wanted and a few things you've never expected. The ride is very good, considering the EXTREMELY short wheelbase. All in all, you will be pleasantly surprised by your experience.

By jrortiz on August 27 @ 8:36 pm
Love my Jeep
This is my third Jeep and my first 4 cylinder Jeep. The TJ's ride is a 500% improvement over the YJ and CJ. The interior is car-like and even has airbags. The 4-cyl is definately not for speeding although I manage to drive 70-80 mph everyday to work. Gas mileage is much better going slower (60-65). There are always discussions going on about whether it is worth getting a 4-cyl, having had 2 I-6 I can say it is much better on MPG and satisfactory on the highway (and costs thousands less).

By judge09 on June 17 @ 3:00 am
Great Jeep
This was the absolute best college vehichle ever. I had a blast driving it with the top down and doors off and it handled great in a foot of snow. I never had any problems and it takes abuse. I found this jeep not very practical for long trips cause you cant talk period. My roommate actually wore ear plugs (wuss). But a canvas top on a box you have to expect noise. Not unbearable either. An AWSOME jeep. I am going to buy an older one as a play car. The wrangler just wasnt a good everyday to work driver. If I bought the I-6 engine I would probably be keeping the jeep.

By Hodson on February 24 @ 11:00 am
Jeep - It's what's for dinner
Excellent vehicle. No problems with this at all. My only complaint is that I have put 3 windshields in it. They catch everything! Perhaps if they were slanted back a bit more it would help. Took it up in the mountains last summer and did all kinds of trails. It's a blast! Go topless in the spring summer and fall. It's just a cool vehicle!

By Chou Kung on April 25 @ 11:00 am
Good buy
I like this car. It is very practical and fun to drive. I would buy it again.

By T Rex on January 2 @ 11:00 am
Jeep Wrangler SE 4x4
I find that this vehicle is a good buy for the money, it is very reliable, fun to drive (in winter and summer), looks good, and very little maintenance is required.... other than routine oil/brake/tire changes.

By Flygirl on May 3 @ 11:00 am
I am a 5'4" mom-to-be and I have to get rid of my Jeep. I will surely miss the way the seat hugs me while I'm driving, as well as the security of how high I sit up in it. I will also miss how easy I can back up out of parking spots, and being able to turn on a dime. I definately see another Jeep in my future.

By cbb on July 20 @ 11:00 am
The Lego car
This car is great, if you are willing to sacrifice comfort for an extremely fun car. It's a bumpy ride (but much better than the older models) that doesn't handle well at high speeds (75+MPH). I switch my hard doors for cloths ones and have switched the full top for a half top for the summer. There is very little you can't do with this car. It would make a great second car however it's my only one and works fine for me.

By Stewey on July 2 @ 11:00 am
Nothing like a jeep
I bought my jeep about six months ago and love it. A lot of fun to drive with the top off. The four cylinder is fine for around town but too slow for the interstate. My next jeep will have a six cylinder. Has been dependable and good on gas.

By SigEp on August 28 @ 11:00 am
Very Pleased
I have had the Jeep for two years with no problems. The 4WD is extremley easy to operate and very functional. The soft top is easy to operate after a little practice. The hard top is difficult to store and you need to make sure you have the required space. This is a great vehicle for a good price. I don't reccomend purchasing the Sahara unless you really want the upgraded body features. Overall, I will drive this Jeep until it dies and then buy another.

By zabes on June 19 @ 11:00 am
Gotta love it!
This car is just fantastic, first car I haven't traded in after 2 years! There are soo many fun things to add to them too, bumpers, grille guards, lightbars, etc. It doesn't get that cold in the winter, vinyl doesn't get as cold as metal and in the summer its fun, A/C isn't a bad option though on the humid days or with rain. Overall it's a great car to drive!

By Jody the Jeep Dude on February 8 @ 11:00 am
Best all-around
This is my third Jeep, and by far, the most fun. A 4x4 convertible with plenty of clearance, power and a full roll cage. Where else can you get all of this. My Sahara definitely is the best of all worlds. It covers all bases. I average 25000 miles a year, and this vehicle makes driving to work less dreadful. The hardtop in the winter is a definite plus. I would recommend this vehicle to anyone who has a class, but loves to get dirty.

By manollo3 on December 16 @ 11:00 am
awesome vehicle
After many years I finally bought me the 4.0L, straight 6 cylinder about 2 month ago as a first car. After having sports cars and sedans all the time it was time to have some fun as long as there is no family. Guess I will keep this vehicle as long as possible as it is so much fun and no comparison to our SUV's. Even on long distances (Dallas- Miami) it is a lot of fun and the seat are very supportive.

By jamurr on January 11 @ 11:00 am
Great car, period.
I have a 2000 Wrangler Sport, and since my wife is now pregnant, it has to go. I absolutely love this car -- I had a 1989 Wrangler before this, and believe me, the improvements are too numerous to list. I had some worries about the build quality, especially after hearing everything about the Grand Cherokee, but have had nothing in almost a year and a half. The car is incredibly fun to drive, and the engine is more than capable. I haven't done any off- roading, but I bet it would handle anything like a champ. I would highly recommend this to anyone (without young kids!!!).

By Marker on October 14 @ 11:00 am
Fun Vehicle
Great Vehicle! I have the fully sissified version. AC, CD, add-a-trunk, and auto trans. I never thought I'd buy the auto-trans but after I drove it around Washington, DC once I had to have it. Parking is very easy. I like being able to go anywhere I want. I may have to sell. The jeep isn't too confortable for my wife, my son (4 months) and I.

By Ryan111 on July 1 @ 11:00 am
Good, Solid Car
Never have had any problems with this vehicle. Runs great and fun to drive

By sportylady1179 on March 30 @ 3:00 am
Easy Rollover
I was just in an accident in my Jeep. I was hit on the driver's side, right at the rear tire. The man who hit me was going approx. 25 miles per hour. Instead of being a regular collision accident, my Jeep rolled onto its passenger side. $14,000 dollars in damage later...it has been totalled! I will not be purchasing another Jeep automobile. I will be opting for a car with better gas mileage and a lower center of gravity!

By JLC on September 3 @ 3:00 am
Happy owner
Very happy with vehicle.Wish it got better mileage w/4.0 liter /auto trans. Only problems in 30000 mile warranty period were; Black paint on exterior parts of alum-alloy (mirrors,door handles and rear tailgate window hinges all peeled.All replaced with no hassle by dealer!Also, with my size 14 shoes I frequently hit both gas and brake pedal when stopping! Very scary!

By DAKOTA on October 15 @ 3:00 am
Fun in the summer..............
This jepp was bought almost a year ago. Immediately got rid of the woosie tires...then the transmission fell apart.After 6 visits to the dealer they put a new drop in and it now works perfect. Gas mileage is poor, yeah thats a good word for it..Have had fun driving in the summer but the winter its a little scary in the snow.

By Marko1974 on August 31 @ 3:00 am
Plastic lock boxes
42,000 miles and only change the oil. Everything is solid except....silly me, thinking that the OEM plastic glove box and console locks would keep a third grader out. Some homeless guy ripped them both open in a few seconds. I installed Tuffy steal boxes in their place and they held with only some slight bending to the console lock after another attempted breakin.

By ralph Johnson on May 27 @ 3:00 am
Fun in the Sun
Where else can you get a car that is 4 wheel drive a convertable is dependable extreemly well built and designed? Wrangler is the only one--it's the real deal with the 6 cylinder it is surprising zippy in traffic and has plenty of power in the snow or to climb the occasional hill.

By rhicks on September 25 @ 3:00 am
I bought my jeep thinking that the purchase may be a passing fancy. It has since become a passion. I love the vehicle. It is great in all weather (I have both tops). But you may need to have a garage if you want to get the most out of it. Leaving the top down in the summer is the only way to go. To do that you need a garage. Simple. I have not had any problems with the jeep at all. You must rotate the tires every other oil change if you get the 30 inch wheel package. Other wise, you will get radial striping on the tread wear which increases road noise.

By brandt on March 17 @ 3:00 am
jeeps rule
the newest jeep wrangler is jeep no matter which way you look at it. the only difference is the coil suspension system, and the upgraded interior. in my own oppinion the upgraded interior has to go. i have a 1976 cj7 and a 1981 cj8 scrambler and they have no interior whatsoever. its just to pretty inside and way to much plastic. a jeep is supposed to be a rugged offroad machine not a pretty city driven vehicle so keep it true to its heritage and take the plastic out of the interior

By fatman on December 12 @ 3:00 am
jeeps are fun but noisy
the jeep is fun to drive, stock models can go almost anywhere and there are many aftermarket items that allow you to make your Jeep look and perform just the way you want it to.

By whikngt on August 20 @ 3:00 am
2000 Jeep Wrangler
I love my Jeep. There is no where it cannot go. Keeping gas in it is awful however. I am lucky to get 18 mpg driving highway conservatively. I knew when I bought it that the wind noise was going to be there and I accepted it as such.

By tremeregirl on August 3 @ 3:00 am
Big fat lemon
This was my dream vehicle, emphasis on WAS. I've had 3 new transmissions, 2 new throw out bearings, a new starter, new clutch, and a new rear differential in under 3 years. I have babied the hell out of this vehicle and have still had all of these issues. I've put in formal complaints with the dealship as well as with Chrystler to no avail. I can't wait to get rid of this thing! It has spent more time in the shop than on or off the road. NEVER AGAIN.

By PaulF on July 24 @ 3:00 am
Good SECOND vehicle
My Jeep is defintely not a vehicle for someone who needs daily transportation. The gas mileage is horrible!!! The wind noise on the highway is also really bad. It is a lot of fun on the weekend when I take it to the mountains though. Overall, I could not reccommend it to a friend, which is probably why I drive it less than 5000 miles a year. Buy a FourRunner if you need an offroad machine with good manners.

By rvdown on November 4 @ 11:00 am
Great fun
I wouldn't recommend this to anyone who has to drive it all the time (fuel economy and bumpy ride) but it's great to take out every now and then. I love the convertible aspect, sitting high like a truck but whipping into parking spaces, and the noise (especially in 1st gear) makes me feel like I own the road.

By jay franklin on July 11 @ 11:00 am
Jeeps rule
They will have to pry my Jeep from my cold dead hands. I love it! The soft top is not hard to use if you have any common sense at all. The hard top is better than the solid top on my previous truck. I have no complaints at all.

By big black jeep on February 2 @ 11:00 am
You got to ride in one
This is one of those Automobiles that makes you smile every time you hop in. It has excellent build quality, it has never had any problems.

By AlaskanPolishman on February 10 @ 11:00 am
My 200 TJ
I picked this up at the local jeep dealer, it was used with only 28K on it when i got it , a Canadian model with the daytime running lights. Great fun to drive so far , I am getting the 30" tires on it soon and putting in a roll in bed liner for the pan, Runs like a champ, decent gas mileage once i put a Tornado in it and a K&N filter. I love the feeling i have when i drive it , i always wondered why jeep drivers always had a smile on their faces, now i know

By tricki on August 28 @ 11:00 am
great vehicle to drive. very versitle vehicle to be driven to any event. gas cost to much but fun.

By gabarton on May 31 @ 11:00 am
fun, powerful engine, with top up it can be noisy at higher speeds. fun to take top down. short wheel base means for bouncy ride, but thats a jeep.

By JpWranglerX on September 28 @ 11:00 am
Jp(the Best )
If your looking for the perfect 4x4 the wrangler is it.There is a huge after market for jeeps if you dont like stock. Not that stock is bad. ive owend my jeep for about a year and have nothing bad to say. Great in snow,Mud,anything you point the round headlights to. For the single man i can say chicks dig Jeeps.

By Rugged on June 7 @ 11:00 am
Loving Every Minute
I am in love!! I hae had my Jeep for over a year now and I love it to death. My daughter and I go showboating anytime we can and we can go anywhere!! I love the durability, functionability and the overall look. Way too much fun...

By a.m.rowland on December 23 @ 11:00 am
I love my Jeep & I've never had a problem with it!

By marimara on March 18 @ 11:00 am
Great for off the high way
Loved it until I moved away and had to drive hard on the express ways. Not built for that. No pull. You can push it and it will make it eventually. Driving this car is a unique experience from other vehicles. Fun? Yeah! For Routine Driving? Not! It's a TOY. Soft tops and zippered windows become a drag in the winter time. Certainly a warmer climate and off high way car.

By sabnack on June 9 @ 3:00 am
Excellent Fun Car
I've wanted a jeep for about 10 years (love the outdoors), finally I traded in my car for one, a soft top Sport with half doors. It was a great decision. I love the flexability, and the phylums of after market products to make the car unique. Like driving a convertable, but not having direct sun on you? Leave the top on, but remove all the windows. Or buy a bikini top and cover the two front seats only. Need to put something in back? Take the back seat out - in less than 3 minutes. It's not a glorified minivan like most SUV's. It's designed to go off-roading, which I need. "Jeep - Takes you where you want to be"

By jeep00 on May 18 @ 3:00 am
Solid Wrangler
The 2000 6 cyl version has the 190hp (before this was 180hp) engine which has good acceleration and excellent torque. This yr. also allows you to turn off the pass. side airbag. Overall, good engine reliability. Ave. mileage is 18 mpg. Had it back to the dealership 3X for a water leak which dripped down in the driver side area near the pedals. Still not fixed...

By grovej on August 12 @ 3:00 am
Great fun vehicle. Good second car not a family vehicle

By edward52 on July 26 @ 3:00 am
three in a row
This is my third --85, 92 and now 2000-- they keep getting better --for repairs only been to dealer once in four and a half years to get ball joints done, otherwise local texaco does all regular maintenance -- the expensive 6,000 mile increment plans at the dealer are not worth it --300 to 500 each ! absurd!! Only minor issue --black paint finish on mirrors and rear hinges did not hold up well otherwise it is great -- about to buy an unlimited

By Jeepin1 on September 6 @ 3:00 am
Its A Jeep Thing
Number 2. This is my second one and after i sold the first one i couldn't wait to buy number two. I had and SE first now a sahara. Its great never a problem yet. I miss my hardtop on number one though. Definately Reccomend that.

By troilus1 on January 10 @ 11:00 am
I love my yella Jeep!
Every few months, my wife begs me to get rid of my Jeep. "It's bumpy," she says. "I can't hear myself think." "I can barely climb into it." "My feet don't touch the ground." (she's 5 feet tall) But I run my hand along the hood, and I shake my head. I'll drive this baby into the ground. It handles like a dream, and has the tightest turn-radius of anything I've ever driven. I love being able to crawl anywhere I need to go, and still get 20mpg on the freeway. With the top down, this is, for any North Dakota boy who's made his way to Cali, *the* dream car. I've found it extremely dependable (I put 20k a year on it), easy to tinker with, and no end of fun.

By waltmac71 on November 15 @ 11:00 am
Jeep Wrangler
I have used my Jeep for around town and out of town trips for over 3 years with never a problem. The only drawback is the noisey drive....but it makes up for it in how enjoyable it is to drive.

By dinoj on December 13 @ 1:03 pm
In love with my Jeep...
For years, I've wanted a convertible, but wasn't sure I wanted to spend the money for a rear-wheel drive Mustang. Then this summer I saw a friend in a Jeep Wrangler with the top down, and owned one myself within the week. It is the most fun vehicle my husband and I have ever owned. Another friend says I'm in mid-life crisis, but if this is the case, then BRING IT ON!!!

By Cortland Marix on December 25 @ 12:03 am
I've got my dream
All my life I've dreamed of owning a Jeep Wrangler. Now that I have one I'll never let it go. Its go-anywhere capability is an understatement. I installed a MileMarker winch on it and was actually able to pull out a 12,000 lb. dump truck with a full load! The gas mileage is a small sacrifice for the fun and freedom of this vehicle.

By Jake on August 18 @ 9:10 pm
Love it and Hate it
Had my Sahara since Feb. of 2000. Has 85,000 miles on it. Have had to replace the differential and the axle seals (twice). Probably have spent about $2k in replacement maintenance since purchase. Biggest complaint is noise! I have both the soft and hard top, unbearable on highway with soft, mostly unbearable with hard top. Can't even have a conversation with the other passenger. Guzzles gas like an F150 at half the size! But put the top down and drive it in the mountains, heaven.

By Max on October 27 @ 1:53 am
Jeep - Yes, Chrysler - oh no
Style: Lucky me - 2000 Wrangler in Desert Sand Pearl (like the one shown) is the best Jeep design ever. Liked by kids from 0 to 100 and up. Jeep did not cut any corners making body panels "more technological". Was it the last steel-grille, steel-bumper in production? Drive: I wish it had an all-time 4x4. Spins at rabbit starts on wet road in 4x2 at once. The rest is - King of the Hill!! Failure: Now, 'Chrysler' steps in to make the beauty of worst ingredients. A rusty piece of door chipped off on 11th month. Front rotors replaced at 9K miles. Rear differential broke at 14K. Front wheel joints worn at 20K. Both front stabilizer bar rods broke apart at 30K, no offroading. Water pump gone at 50K.

By forever jeep on February 13 @ 7:16 am
A Jeep thing, you wouldn't understand
For those that complain about mpg or comfort in this Jeep, then you bought it for the wrong reasons. I have had my Wrangler for 5.5 years now. For the first five years it was my primary vehicle and I loved it! The top down, sun on your face and enjoying the summer. I have done so much to mine, and I can't stop! Lift, 33" tires, winch in the front and lights everywhere. It is the definition of SUMMER! Our first baby is due in April and I could have traded it in and bought a new F150 or fancy car, but I just couldn't part with this JEEP. So I bought a commuter car for the me and the baby and that still allows me to drive my Jeep in the summer. People think I am crazy ... except JEEP owners!

By Kay on May 12 @ 4:10 am
Durability = Jeep Wrangler
This is the most durable vehicle I have ever owned. After about 5 years the oil sending unit had to be replaced which was about $200. Other than that it has been great. I realize the gas mileage is not good, but that's something you find out BEFORE you make a purchase. I absolutely love the short wheel base. That makes parking and getting places a lot easier. I have grown accustomed to the road noise, and that really isn't a problem since the kids are grown and I ride by myself most of the time. Obviously these vehicles are made to be driven hard, because you can't beat the low maintenance on this vehicle.

By Ben on June 1 @ 1:33 am
Great vehicle guaranteed to get you from A to B
This vehicle is very rugged and can handle about anything. I have used and abused it and always works great. I don't like how the A/C system is not too cold and this is bad when you are offroading. Most of the time my top is down, which is also a hassle. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to have fun driving!

By Jeffrey Morris on August 4 @ 3:53 am
2000 Wrangler Sahara
I've owned 3 Jeeps - the others being a 1993 Cherokee and a 2002 Grand Cherokee. The Wrangler is the only one I own now, for almost 7 years. It is mechanically well built, with very little drivetrain repair being needed. I have replaced a starter (warranty) and paid for a new muffler, wiper motor, and various wear items (brakes, serpertine belt). I tend to leave the top down in the summer. One year the steering column filled with water during a rain storm resulting in almost $1K in repairs needed - in the warranty period, but not covered. I have since been more careful to put a trash bag over the column when the top is down. I bought a 2006 Chrysler 300 sedan and kept the Jeep as a fun vehicle.

By Eric on May 31 @ 11:30 am
best I've ever had
This has been the best vehicle I have ever had, hands down. I had always wanted a Jeep, and finally I just went ahead and got one. After two years plus, I've never regretted it, even for a second. It's incredibly fun to drive, very reliable, versatile, and stylish. I have the solar yellow Sport model with the 5 speed transmission (definitely recommended). I've replaced the factory soft top with an aftermarket Sailcloth top from Bestop (also recommended), and during the summer I use a safari bikini top and duster. There's nothing better in the world than having a convertible in the summer that's also a go-anywhere winter vehicle. I don't think I'll ever have another vehicle again.

By Rob on December 17 @ 6:30 am
2000 Jeep Wrangler
I bought the Jeep used from a dealer to replace my old beater. Driven all over the east coast, summer and winter. Highway speeds here in Florida can get into the 80's around Palm Beach and that is a little tough to maintain with the top down. Driven all over the Ocala National Forest, stuck mostly to the marked roads. We made one trip on a Sunday after it rained for two days, I was amazed at all the others that were out driving around in the mud, a few roads were washed out and under water, but not impassible even with the stock tires, a little nervous a few times but didn't stick it. Been to the Keys a few times, don't think I'll drive that again in the summer with the top down.

By GEB on June 11 @ 2:30 am
Love my Wrangler!
I've had my Jeep for 7 years. I've had a few minor issues with it but most were covered under warranty. I beat the crap out of my jeep; both 4 wheeling and busting through the snow. The old stock tires aren't that great but when you upgrade to BFG/AT, you'll be impressed.

By pknps on July 25 @ 4:26 pm
It's a Jeep thing!
I love driving my Jeep, and in the winter when the snow hits i have no excuse to get to work! Ill always have a jeep. I see the 2007 Jeeps are looking good. I am not sure I like their back seats being so high. But they can put families in them now. I had to wait till my kids where older to get a Jeep I could use everyday.

By GrungeRockJeeper on September 9 @ 6:53 pm
Not for everyone. That's how I like it!
It's slow, loud, heavy, gets horrible gas mileage and lousy on long trips. But I love this truck! After 3 CJS and 1 YJ this is my 5th Jeep. It looks great, will climb anything, pull anything, is great fun with the top and doors off and is apparently indestructible after hitting a concrete wall at 40+mph with only minimal damage then driving away!

By Jake88 on November 10 @ 2:06 am
Best vehicle ever!
I bought this vehicle brand new in 2000. I traded in my trusty old 88 Toyota Pickup for this, and I'm not looking back. The build quality is perfect, the ride is actually smoother then my truck was, and it's a lot quieter. The A/C works great, even in 110 degree weather! The 4.0 6cyl. is a torque monster, and loves to move this Jeep up to speed quickly! Off-road it's THE best vehicle, unbeatable! After 160k miles, the only thing I've replaced is the water pump. My only gripes about it are the 3 speed auto, which can bog it down going up hills, and a weak sound system.

By Great boy toy ! on May 9 @ 6:30 am
Great boy toy !
Have wanted a Jeep since I started to drive. Just purchased a 2000 SE with 80,000. 4cyl. Drives great. Have been making mods to improve performance. Great gas mileage with the 4 banger. You do give up some performance. having fun working on it. Kids are having a great time with the top down. It is only up if its raining.

By Mario on February 8 @ 9:50 am
most reliable & fun car
Bought my Jeep used about 7 years ago with 25.000 miles on it. Currently have about 110.000 miles on it and only spent about 300 usd in repairs which were minor ones. This is by far the most reliable and fun vehicle. Use it as a daily driver (about 37 miles round trip to work). Lifted it and put bigger tires on it. Obviously the noise level and comfort are not the best but hey it is a Jeep. Put Herculiner in (carpet out) and can clean the inside with a water hose. Enough space in the back for my big dog. Will keep this car forever and if necessary as a second car. Absolutely highly recommended.

By Wm. Charles Smith on September 10 @ 11:30 am
I have had my 2000 Jeep wrangler for two years. With less than 7000 miles I have had to have the heater switch, rear-end, and radiator repaired or replaced. I am not a happy camper with Chrysler.

By Brbnkseaj on February 28 @ 5:43 pm
It's a Jeep Thing!
Other than having the check engine light come on the day I drove it off the lot, my Jeep has never had to be repaired for anything that wasn't self-inflicted. I am amazed at how much abuse it can take when I go off-roading. It is very fun to drive, and easy to customize. There are downsides, though. You really need to buy aftermarket security products if you have a soft top. My original soft top made a LOT of noise on the highway and when it was windy, and it wore out after five years. But I replaced it with a sailcloth top, which was easy to install and pretty quiet when driving under 60mph. It is also tricky to drive on the highway, especially in the rain. Good tires are a must.

By TC Schmidt on May 22 @ 8:40 pm
Outstanding Vehicle
First Jeep I have owned. Hwy driving provides 20-22 mpg at 65mph. Virtually zero maintenance problems. Easy handling in tight spaces and turns on a dime. Noisy on the highway with softop but very quite with hardtop. Transmission shifts very smoothly and plenty of compliments received regarding the exterior and interior design. Fun to drive.

By umco20 on September 16 @ 10:13 pm
Nice toy but not much else
Rides awful. Poor MPG. Poor build quality. Water pump failed, A/C failed, poor interior. Awful transmission, laud and rough. No room inside. However, it is great at open air off roading and cool to have. Not recommended as a daily driver.

By The Surfer on May 1 @ 12:20 am
Loss of a friend
The Jeep gave me 8 years of great fun. Both my daughter and son learned to drive a manual on this car. Original clutch with 149,000 miles. Great summer fun vehicle wish it hadn't been totaled. I would buy another one in a second. Great fun vehicle. Nothing major in 4 years of ownership. Very easy to work on reasonable parts cost and availability. Very reliable.

By mbb624 on February 27 @ 12:26 pm
14 Years, 160,000 Miles and Still Love It
This site is full of people complaining about their ride, so I thought I'd put the good word in on my trusty Jeep. It's the ultimate "do everything" ride. Well-behaved except with high winds, great in the snow or marginal conditions, getting to hiking trails on crap roads. I take care of my vehicles and this Jeep has paid me back with outstanding reliability. It's not the most comfortable, nor very quiet but that's not why you buy a Wrangler! Update: I sold this Wrangler in August 2015, for a very good price and bought a 2016 Wrangler.

By Kathy Dorrough on November 25 @ 3:49 am
Jeep for life
Actually don't have a 2016, Have a 2000 bought new, Snow storms to camping to fishing trips it is the best. 160,000 miles, normal wear and tear repairs only, recently make a 10 day trip towing a livin lite camper, my jeep didn't miss a beat. Best vehicle purchase of my life. go enjoy life in a Jeep!

By nick m on August 20 @ 3:04 am
great ride
Super dependable fun

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