1995 Jeep Wrangler User Reviews

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Mike writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler SE Review
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fun

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rust

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Jeep — great rock crawler/mudder great power from the straight 6 engine, stock axles are not the way to go though definitely add some dana 44's or 60's, otherwise its the best vehicle i have ever had so far

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kita_bubbs writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler Rio Grande Review
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4

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nice little dirt road runner

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small and i only have the 4 cylinder

kita_bubbs
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Great Little Run Around — sucks in the snow. horrid even with snow tires but goes anywhere i want it to if you give it enough gas and know how to drive. breaks good, no blind spots, drop a gear and it holds you back, little maintenance but mine is all stock. avg. 19mpg

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Schloffy writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler S Review
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3

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easy to work on and lots of parts for this fun in the mud bad boy

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hard to take the top of at times.

Schloffy
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4x4 Deal — love the looks of this car, easy to use and fun to drive, lots off mods to put on for off-roading, is a beast of a little jeep and can go almost anywhere the new jeeps can go with a bit of skill and mods =)

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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spackattack writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler S Review
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Absolute TANK! I never got stuck once with this thing. Even for being almost 20 years old, everyone thought it was a cool car. great power from the I6 and was super relyable

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Thirsty. it was older so the trans went at around 160,000 but i replaced it and the car was like brand new. The wiring was screwey because the previous owner had the bright idea of putting in a sound system and viper security system (i dont know why)

spackattack
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My First Love And A Tear Came To My Eye When I Sold It — God i loved this car. It was my first car and i loved driving it. I really wish i didnt have to sell it. I mean i really with i didnt have to. I always caught people looking at it as i drove by. It sounded so strong and it could pull down a house if you needed it too. I drove it around with the top down any chance i had....even in the rain. One day i will get it back, I promise. I recommend this car to anyone because it was just flat out cool.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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AlwaysJeep writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler Rio Grande Review
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Run Great; Haven't had any issues with it; Was an amazing car to learn manual speed; So many compliments riding around with this

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A little play in the wheel but very easy to get accustomed to

AlwaysJeep
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Any Yj Fan Would Easily Enjoy This Jeep As Much As I Did! — Used daily for work/school and it rode great and smooth with no repairs needed. The hood paint is slightly faded but I think it gives the jeep more character and have been told to keep it the way it is by many bystanders. An all-around great vehicle that runs how it should.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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honda_tec writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler SE Review
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3

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pros...leaf springs,sky jacker lift,32 " big horns tires

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needs a winch,lockers , etc  would like to have a 4.0l....but i guess the 2.5l is better then not having one

honda_tec
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It Keeps Up With The Big Boys...kinda — i love driving it n it keeps up with my bro n his 97 tj...just need to be carefull its my daily driver ive been doing a lot of off road driving n its been really impressing me...i like the fact it dosent have coilover springs

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Tyler writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler SE Review
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it has power

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when it breakes

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50000 — it has enough power to pull the front tires off the ground. but when something breakes on it it manages to break alot of other things at the same time. it is really fun to drive and its scary at the same time

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Allen writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler S Review
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instead of mom or dad for my first word, it was jeep. no joke. and i had a little red hot wheels jeep...

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engine is really bad. 4 cylinder is really weak but works great when you putt around.

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The Perfect Off Roader And Weekend Joy Ride You Can Get — bought it for 5 grand at an dealer. a few exterior mods later, its just like an atv with an roof and a heater! i use it for hunting and dirt roads and some times in winter. not fast at all but will get your there no matter what! great winter vehicle. high way not an place for this.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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UncleVen writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler S Review
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American Made

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gas mileage

UncleVen
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Yj — everyone wants a Jeep- not everyone buys one. First car I bought- love it like family- dogs love to ride in it- time to turn it in to a toy and retire ti from daily driving- gotta get a Woody.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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jeepfamily4life writes:
1995 Jeep Wrangler S Review
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Most reliable vehicle I have ever owned.

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Cabin is loud.

jeepfamily4life
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The Jeep Wrangler : The Only Vehicle That Matters — The Jeep Wrangler is a rugged kit of parts that has been a valuable companion for many years. With regular maintained, which is the easiest of any vehicles to work on it will be there for you for many years.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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2014 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

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Great Recreational Suv. By Uproar13

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2013 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

Amazing By Brett

I love everything about this car. I'm still in the process of building it, but it'll be about another 10 grand before I'm close to the finished look. In the mean time it'll be garaged while I save mon... Read More

Beast! By HardToughPlay

Raise it up. Put bigger grippy tires on it. Add a wench and some awesome lights. Outfit it with the images you want. Smile when the guys on the trail single you out for the best looking and functi... Read More

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2012 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

It Makes People Stare, You Will Be Noticed! By Strifler

I like everything except for the fact it has a V6. Jeep needs to make a Wrangler with a V8! It is completely loaded, but they still remained to keep it simple in a good way. I would recommend this ... Read More

Better Than I Expected By 883123

Love my Jeep. Throw back the top and your day gets better. I get 20 MPGaroun town and 22 MPG on the highway. Better than my wife mini van. 67K miles and the new car feeling hasn't worn off yet. Read More

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2011 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

Go Anywhere Escape Plan. By CnoteJK

I wish there was a few more inches behind the front seats. The overall vehicle has improved greatly over the previous body style but the 3.8 is the worst motor ever. The ride and handling is amazing... Read More

It's A Jeep By dssjwood

Compared to the older jeeps, the 2011 is much smoother and has more power and speed. The 2011 allows you to set your speed at 65 on highways the jeep is able to maintain the speed without driving up t... Read More

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