1997 Jeep Wrangler User Reviews

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    Displaying 51 - 53 of 53 1997 Jeep Wrangler reviews.

    1997 Jeep Wrangler SE Review
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    Great Vehicle For Any Terrain Or Environment. — Not a lot done it is only my Daily. 3" lift kit 33" Cooper Discoverer STT M/t Hard top Soft top Custom blacked out headlights HIDs hi/lo beams Hella 100w on tube bumper blacked out headlight housing upgraded head unit upgraded speakers in dash and sound bar Has a/c which is pretty nice with the hard top on.

    Primary Use: Commuting to work

    Pros: It's a great off road machine.The 4 cylinder still makes good power and is good on gas.

    Cons: Should have gone for at least 6 cylinder to to have a little more "pep"

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    1997 Jeep Wrangler Sport Review
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    Love It But Would Love To Get A New One. — I bought this vehicle used since it was an easy way to get into an open air car that has plenty of rollover protection yet had very good "presence". It's been great and I would love to get a new one someday.

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

    Pros: Love the rugged simplicity

    Cons: Not much power and poor fuel economy but that's not why I bought it.

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    Great Start For An Offroader, Noisy On The Highways But Its A Jeep. Deal With It. — This Jeep is a very fun car to drive. I love the 5 speed manual tranny and it shifts well for a Jeep. Its engine is very reliable and Ive heard its one of the longest lasting engines( Its the last model of engine produced by AMC) It does great on the street for a Jeep, well offroad too. Its limited slip diff. in the front axle helps alot even though its not truly locked. Its gas mileage is not great...I blame the rack for part of that. Overall I love it!

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

    Pros: Offroad and summer topless fun!

    Cons: The check engine can get annoying popping on and off but thats probably because of the 148,000 miles!

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    Reviews From Other Years

    2015 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

    Wife Loves This Thing By 911finder

    Love to haul the kayak and bikes. take the roof and doors off and hit the town or back woods. Everyone loves it. Wish it came with a back up sensor. The dark saddle trim is perfect with the black c... Read More

    2014 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

    Great Fun Car By Joellepat

    Love the car, glad I had the opportunity to drive one. Just a real feel good car :-) Up high and easy to drive, it can snow, rain, sun shine, the car is ready and so the driver. The top can be down in... Read More

    Smooth Ride By gmarcz

    Black paint Doors 2 Soft top convertible Passenger seats 4 City economy17 (Est) mpg Highway economy21 (Est) mpg I am amazed at how solid and smooth the ride is- This vehicle is easy to drive, has a t... Read More

    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

    2012 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

    2012 Wrangler Sport By enlread

    One of my favorite vehicles. There are few things like driving with the top and doors off of a quick vehicle with a manual transmission. How driving should be. Sure, it's basically a two-seater and ha... Read More

    Fun To Drive By Jp2550

    Overall I love driving this car especially in the summer with top and doors off. Handles great in the snow in the winter as well. Only thing for me is I would like to get the 4 door unlimited as carg... Read More

    2011 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

    Go Anywhere Escape Plan. By Zachary

    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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