2003 Jeep Wrangler User Reviews

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barbara_g writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Review
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4

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it's tough, and it's easy to squeeze into things and over things

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unless I have my four wheels on, and then some, even with the best tires, my car has a hard time battling the worst weather conditions.

barbara_g
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It Has A Lot Of Power, But It Has A Hard Time Staying Stable On Icy And Wet Pavement — I think my jeep is no cry baby. I like the way it's tough,but I have to travel in very poor weather quite frequently throughout the year (northern quebec weather...the worst). Getting out of the snow, my baby is a charm, staying stable on ice and wet payment especially on windy days is more of a challenge.

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huddyc writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler X Review
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5

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Dependable and fun to drive

Cons

not very much back seat space or cargo space

huddyc
45

Great !! — I have 200,000 miles on this jeep. i drive it everyday. The only things we have replaced are radiator and water pump and while these were out replaced seals. LOVE this jeep. Dependable and fun to drive. Standard...haven't even had to replace brakes which are checked at every other oil change when tire rotated.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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famousperson writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Review
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4

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Fun to drive.

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Gas hog (10 mpg)
Could use more pep

famousperson
25

I'd Love It Except For The Gas Mileage — A Jeep is what it is. You either love it or hate it. I love it except for the 10 mpg and lack of acceleration power. Low end power is more than enough. I'd buy a new one except that it's Jaguar's turn.

Primary Use: Family transportation

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Marc-antoine writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler Sport Review
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2

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nothing

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terrible soft top

35

Its Not A Jeep, Its A Cheap — very disapointed with this piece of crap, i never recommed to buy this, the convertable is nice but to put the top down or up takes 5 minutes so its stupid, stay away from those nightnare, trouble making machine JUST DONT BUY ONE

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Dr_Ollie writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler X Review
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4

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We enjoyed the flexibility of the Wrangler, 4x4, and being able to go topless was quite enjoyable.

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The fuel economy was a little disappointing, and getting people in and out of the back seat was sometimes a challenge.

Dr_Ollie
25

Love The Wranglers! — What a neat little suv, it can go anywhere your heart desires. The TJ models of the Jeeps handle really well in all weather conditions. I will definitely own another one in the near future. The fuel economy averaged close to 15-17 miles per gallon.

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

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R. Dale writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler Sport Review
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5

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Fun, fun, fun!!!

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If you're looking for speed, forget it.

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I Have Always Wanted A Jeep And This One Has Not Disappointed Me. — This is a fun car to drive. No power, but plenty of just pure, top-down fun. Not expensive to own, except needs both tranny's serviced regularly. If you want a car that works well in all kinds of weather, this is it. Not meant for smooth ride. Meant for fun.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Ricksrubi writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Review
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4

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Go anywhere, totally reliable, rugged, easy to get parts to upgrade, striking presence,  this is NOT a toy.

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Tall to get into, front seat adequate but space is at a premium, back seat difficult to get into and out of. Cargo area OK with seat removed or folded, limited with seat up

Ricksrubi
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My Ultimate Utility Vehicle — Built to go anywhere but I don't have time (or youth) to use it as one should. Convertible roof has blind spots you need to get used to (or take off). All systems are at 100%, no leaks, no corrosion, comes with a complete assortment of top shelf gear, CB, GPS, straps, clevis pins, tree saver, winch pulley Warn XD9000i skid plates, body armor etc.... there are some lite brush scratches on the sides... more fun to drive than I can explain. Reliability... only ever had to replace the battery once (lack of use). Turn key off roader!

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

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mfitz writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler Sahara Review
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4

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convertable 4x4 easy to drice compact

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gas mileage cargo space

mfitz
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Fun And Enjoyable — I love everthing about this sahara very fun to drive with the top off in the summer time. I gave it the mud tire to give it that tough look doors and top are only a few mins to take off.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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outdooricon writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler X Review
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5

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It's so basic!

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mpg

outdooricon
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This Car Is A Blast — I've always wanted a wrangler. Now that I have one, I've realized that everything I've dreamed about owning a wrangler, was real. This car is so fun, I regret not owning one sooner. Unless you're looking to be pampered, you should buy one of these.

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

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Tom writes:
2003 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Review
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4

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Fun in the woods

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Gas migeage sucks

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Nice As A Camping Or Weekend Trail Ride, But Not Something You Would Want To Drive To Work Everyday. — Gas mileage isn't the best but the jeep is fun as hell to take off-road. Highway travel is not a strong suit. Slow to get up to speed and is like driving a box down the road. If thinking about getting on though, make sure its the 4.0L inline six.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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2012 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

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