2004 Jeep Wrangler Overview


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4.45 stars

Based on 45 reviews

A Little Pricey But You Actually Get More Than You Pay For, Well Worth The Money by Scott
 — I absolutely love this vehicle!! The 4.0L I6 is the most sturdy motor i have ever had, very torquey, Has absolutely no problem braking, acceleration is somewhat slow due to the gearing in the 5spd tra... Read More
The Coolest And Most Fun Car I Have Ever Driven!! by giwaisland1
 — Not only does it look great and sounds super strong, but the kind of performance it delivers is totally unexpected out of this vehicle. A real sleeper!! Very cool! Worth every penny of using the h... Read More
Go Anywhere by Dave
 — The most capable vehicle on the road. Too bad so many of these will never be used to their potential. My Jeep is used for off-roading. I trailer it more now than I did in the past mainly because I w... Read More

2004 Jeep Wrangler Overview

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2004 Jeep Wrangler

For 2004, the new Unlimited model adds more versatility, capability, and comfort to the Jeep. The Unlimited has a 10-inch-longer wheelbase than other Wranglers and is 15 inches longer overall.

The base SE model has a 147-hp 4-cylinder engine. X, Sport, Sahara, Rubicon, and Unlimited models have a 190-hp inline 6 cylinder engine. A four-speed automatic transmission is standard on the Unlimited and optional on other models in place of a five-speed manual.  

What do drivers like about the 2004 Jeep Wrangler? It's fun, versatile, and has good resale value. They dislike its fair gas mileage, noisiness, and small trunk.


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What Gear Ratio Is In A Jeep Wrangler X

What is the gear ratio in my rear end in my jeep wrangler x, ive heard it is 307 and i was going to get a 4 inch lift with 33s or 34s and i was thinking that would be a good near stock ratio

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