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2004 Jeep Wrangler RubiconReview
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The Roadworthy Beast That Is Barely Street Legal. She Just Passed Her Md Emissions Test. — With the modifications done professionally with a top of the line kit, this vehicle drives and turns like the factory design the day it pulled of the sales floor. I have owned this vehicle since it backed off the car hauler at the dealer. Nothing stops it and with all the gadgets on it its comfortable to drive and a real attention getter.

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

Pros: You will never get stuck with lockers and a fully articulating rear axle (triangulation) plus the 4:1 transfer ration with the tera low gear mod makes this machine unstoppable.

Cons: Well you have to crawl up into it, and gas mileage is about at 14-16 MPG.

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2004 Jeep Wrangler XReview
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Great Mud Machine! — I like the all around lift and tires. The gas mileage is poor but what it lacks in gas mileage, it makes up for in looks. The top comes down, and the doors go off. No other way to drive it.

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

Pros: I love how mine has a lift and tires. No other way to own a jeep.

Cons: Slow sometimes, bad gas mileage, if i were wanting gas mileage, i would of chosen a prius.

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2004 Jeep Wrangler RubiconReview
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2004 Jeep Wrangle Rubicon — A fun car to own, low maintenance but not ideal if you have a few kids and need room to carry them and all their sports gear etc around. But should last long enough to become my son's first car!

Pros: low maintenance

Cons: lower gas mileage, but that's expected

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2004 Jeep Wrangler XReview
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Dependable, Versatile, And Fun — It is the most versatile car I have ever owned. Fun in the summer and spring with the top down, and amazing in the snow, never have been stuck in a drift, or slipped off the road. The heat is also the hottest of any car I have been in, which is nice in the winter. Also everyone is always jealous and always wants a ride in it.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Excellent grip in the snow and ice, very good acceleration/power, removable top and doors for fun factor. Very reliable. Heat is HOT and AC is COLD.

Cons: Fuel economy is not great in this vehicle, but probably average for a truck.

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2004 Jeep Wrangler SportReview
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I Love This Car- So Much Fun. — Overall this is a great car. Fun to have, drive, no matter what combination of parts included or excluded. My only problem with it is the poor gas mileage. Having to drive so far for work tends to rack up quite a bit of money for the long-haul.

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

Pros: Seriously fun to have. Top off, doors off, off-roading, whatever- it's all a great time. Does nicely when there's flooded roads, snow, etc. Great for the summer time. Comfortable.

Cons: Not the greatest sound system, but it suffices just fine. Poor gas mileage.

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2004 Jeep Wrangler XReview
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Most Fun Ever — Dropping the top in the summer is the best! Off-raoding is great. Gas mileage sucks, but then again, who cares! Would definately recommend to anyone wanting to join the cult! Stop thinking about it and just do it! You won't regret it!

Pros: A blast to drive

Cons: Poor gas mileage

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2004 Jeep Wrangler XReview
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2004 Jeep Wrangler Rocky Mountain Edition — Has good smooth power, smooth shifting five speed, lots of fun in the summer and winter, great off road, easy to park, very stylish, decent fuel mileage, took it on 650 mile trip to the beach and had no problems but lots of fun on the beach

Pros: Good looking fun

Cons: not much cargo area

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Go Anywhere — Jeep is a way of life it isn't cheap but it is alot of fun and don't knock it till you try it. the mods will come in time so don't rush it almost anything can be changed about a jeep with the right amount of money and time so find your balance

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

Pros: point and go

Cons: Just Empty Every Pocket

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2004 Jeep Wrangler SportReview
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The Coolest And Most Fun Car I Have Ever Driven!! — 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 higher octane gas. The front and rear hitches are also a big plus for having the option to pull or push with the front. Saving someone by pulling them out of a tricky ditch or snowbank in the winter is great to do with the front of the vehicle since you can look directly at what you are doing. A small plane can be pulled or pushed out of a hanger with a much higher degree of accuracy this way as well.

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

Pros: Sounds like a lion, fast as a gazelle!  

Cons: Jeep takes Premium High Octane ONLY with the conversion customization.  NO REGULAR GAS!

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2004 Jeep Wrangler RubiconReview
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Go Anywhere — 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 wheel it hard and want to be able to get it home if I break something on the trail. The Jeep is a one of a kind and is built like no other. I've owned several Jeeps through the years and have had no issues mechanically with any of them. The 4.0 I-6 is the most reliable engine of all time, in my opinion. I currently have a 2001 WJ with the I-6 at 146,000 miles and it still doesn't use or leak oil.

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

Pros: Versatility

Cons: Nothing

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2021 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

Review By Grateful1956

I feel that the Wrangler (2 door) is for someone who desires to drive a vehicle with an adventuresome spirit, character and heritage. In addition to its off road capabilities, the hardtop also convert... Read More

Review By pharon

The Rubicon is well equip with safety features as well as advance safety features. Its a capable vehicle ready to drive off pavement into a trail. The two doors model is lacking space behind the rea... Read More

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The looks but hard to get a good deal. Read More

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Outwardly rugged but inside comfort. The new JL interior is definatly a modern vehicle. Rugged exterior and capabilities you expect from a jeep. Read More

2019 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

Review By ClayBarry

The model I’m looking for. Current prices have skyrocketed because of covid? Supply? Greed? I’ll hopefully purchase when the prices come back down to earth Read More

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Needs 1suicide door on passenger side to excess back seat Read More

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This is a Canadian vehicle which has differences from the USA version Read More

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Bought the car. Good value. Only negative so far is the interior smells like cigarette smoke. Read More

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The vehicle had all the things I was looking for. Read More

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the car was listed as black, but it was dark gray. other than that, i am in love with my jeep! Read More

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