2007 Jeep Wrangler User Reviews

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    2007 Jeep Wrangler X Review

    It's A Jeep Thing — As Motor Trend put it, "...still worthy of the Jeep name," this car simply exudes the purpose driven car with a bit of refinement as of its new 2007 release. As a young, enthusiastic for just over a year, this car really is meant for one thing- go anywhere at anytime. Mine is Rescue Green (new color for '07), trim X 2dr. with the new 6 speed tranny. Sounds pretty simple, yet the astetics of it all is really where the beauty shines. Performance is no where on par with, say your average passenger car, or even conventional vehicle, yet the 6 speed is great with the car, as it utilizes the 220-something ft.-lbs. of torque well in all speeds and hauls loads with no problem (note: after modifications the car cannot go more than 70 mph on a flat road in 6th). The throw is a tad long but the clutch feels pretty good and it never becomes bothersome. The torque doesn't really kick in until about 2000 RPMs and the band streches across to 5000 RPMs, so it takes a bit to really get this puppy going, but it'll go nonetheless. The acceleration is fairly peppy for a SUV and you'll really never find yourself looking for another gear of a few extra horsepower (until you decide to checkout those bigger tires or fatter passengers). But more of this is always a blessing to this car. The quality oveall is great for a Chrysler build car, except one day in Novemeber of last year, with about 3000 miles on the odo (about 10900 miles on the odo. as I speak). I stalled out in the middle of a busy intersection and the car wouldn't start again. The car had to be pushed and towed and the entire starter was replaced. Not convenient, but I think it was a lemon part because I've had absolutely no other problems with the car, inside and out. As of Fall of 2009, the 1-pull passenger seat access has broken. The interior has worn well and the seats are much more confortable than assumed. This car rides like a Rolls compared to most last generation Wranglers and drives much smoother also. However, the addition of tighter suspension coild has made the ride much more bouncy and squirrelly. The standard equipment is enough for anyone with its good stereo and awesome mp3 jack. Interior storage is sufficient, but I wish there was a storage compartment on the center dash console or a sunglasses holder. The door pockets could be bigger also. Rear seat ingress/egress is the roughest part of the interior. I don't regret getting a two door model, yet getting between the front seat and into the high car over the seatbelt car really be tricky, especially for larger adults. Rear legroom is surprising though. Only qualm about the interior is the abundant use of easily-scratched plastic in the interior and how heavy the Freedom 3-piece top rear section is; it's a beast yet the T-top is a joy to use. Appearance is a Jeep. Dressed up with the color it's a head-turner anywhere. The car is noticeably larger than its predecessor, yet still feels spritely. Customization is endless with these cars and you can make this car look however awesome you want with the myriad of aftermarket parts and pieces offered by Jeep itself. This is one of those cars that can be 'cute' or simply be 'boss'. The car was listed as $24,100 yet we got the deal for significantly less than that. Maintenance is very cheap- last service was only about $17 for an oil change and lookover. If you're incredibly nice to the gas pedal and keep the RPMs low, as I usually do, you can get about 17-19 MPG in town and 21-23 MPG on the highway (after modifications added in the summer of 2010, MPG dropped to about 14/15). It costs about $55 to fill the tank at about $4 per gallon. I personally think over the long term this car is worth every penny. Fun factor- A++++ perfect 10. To me, this car never fails to put a smile on my face. Whether it be cruising open-topped down the highway or bulldoging down a narrow trail, leaving your friends to eat your mud, this car smiles when you smile back. It's a car you fall in love with, regardless of the quirks of akward rear seat ingress/egress in the 2dr. or not-so-great gas mileage. I guess it must be a Jeep thing.

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

    Pros: Fun on and off the road

    Cons: Thirsty with weight, SLOW

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    2014 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

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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

    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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