2010 Jeep Wrangler Top Comparisons

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2010 Jeep WranglerReview
TDPotter writes:
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We love our new Jeep Wrangler, happy with the price and the extras were a great added bonus!

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2010 Jeep WranglerReview
KmarieK writes:
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Thank you cargurus I absolutely love this 2010 Jeep Wrangler!!

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2010 Jeep Wrangler SportReview
Katy writes:
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Good Looking...except At The Gas Pump — I liked the color and the chrome trim...and it's got a lot of power and whatnot but it's not great on gas and it doesn't handle well in the wind. The inside noise at high speeds makes this not a great choice for long travel either.

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

Pros: It's a nice looking Jeep...and it's got a lot of power....and the 4WD comes in handy.

Cons: It's not great on gas and it's not great when it's windy.

6 of 7 people found this review helpful.
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2010 Jeep Wrangler SportReview
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The Beast — Great option for anyone who wants a fun vehicle to get from point A to B. Even better for those who go camping often or love to explore the great outdoors. This is a great toy for adventure, and is also a reliable commuter.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Great looking car, powerful engine, low miles, great price

Cons: Big tires, and lift kit will reduce handling, but if you know how to handle it you will be fine.

2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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2010 Jeep Wrangler RubiconReview
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Great Vehicle To Buzz Around In — Vehicle is a great summertime cruiser - usually had the top and doors off all summer long. Great to take into town and easy to find a parking place - small, agile, and very capable. Vehicle will go anywhere and is great in the snow. More room than the older jeep body styles and the sound system is good

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: great summertime cruiser, easy to drive, easy to find a parking place

Cons: not great gas mileage

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2010 Jeep Wrangler SportReview
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Perfect For Those Who Don't Need High End Comfort —

I own a 2 door Sport stick (my second wrangler) and use it for everything from commuting to trucking the family around to towing for work and play. Starting at the top of the good list is 4x4. I go through mud, climb rocks, tow and launch a bass boat in some difficult areas, and cruise the beach. It does exactly what the adds would have you expect. The soft top is great and easy to put up or down WITH some practice. Also the interior is made to get wet and dirty so getting caught in the elements isn't a problem, for the vehicle anyway. Its simple so no aggravating power windows or locks to break. Gas mileage for this type of vehicle is great IF you accelerate slowly and don't go too fast. On the highway it gets 25-26 mpg at 55 mph, 23 at 60, 21 at 65 and 19-20 at 70. Towing the boat only knocks off about 1 mpg. If you like working on or customizing cars, they make almost anything you can think of to attach to the Wrangler. Usually its very easy to work on. I installed a portable satellite radio in about 30 minutes and it looks like a pro did it because many interior pieces are removed easily with normal hand tools. Hill assist is also a big plus on inclines encountered. It holds the brakes for a second or two allowing you time to get to the accelerator without drifting backward. The engine lacks low end power. For example to pick-up my boat at most ramps I have to be in 4-Low. That's the tradeoff for good mpg I guess. The dash board is pretty cheap and lacks places to store much. Storage was partiallysolved by purchasing a new section of dashboard from Daystar. Comfort for family is lacking but improves greatly along with storage by getting the four door. Long rides are uncomfortable but not torture. The handling is what you should expect, it's no Ferrari on the road but then again a Ferrari is far worse off road. Traction control over reaches quite often but fortunately can be turned off. Probably the last thing is Soft top side panel storage. There's no place to conveniently store the panels on or in the vehicle. Overall you're getting a 4x4 convertible that is fun, tough, and can do anything you need it to. One last plus, the more dirty and dinged up it gets the better it looks.

Pros: 4x4
Soft Top
Mileage (If you drive a certain way)
Light Towing (< 2000 lbs.) Easy to Add Features

Cons: Engine power,
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2010 Jeep Wrangler SaharaReview
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A Must Have Vehicle — My Jeep freakin Rocks...This has truly been the Besat vehicle ive ever owned and I plan to have it for many years to come...Buy a Jeep...Its the best experience you will ever have :) I live I Ride I am Jeep-The Trail never ends

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

Pros: Fun,Fun,Fun

Cons: Its a Tad bit thirsty...

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2010 Jeep Wrangler SportReview
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Great Car — We wanted a vehicle to on backroads. with. We looked a several different vehicles. This was the perfect choice. It took us everywhere we wanted to go. It got very good mileage and we have not had any problems with it.

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

Pros: very reliable

Cons: none

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2010 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Review
Wallace says:
Sold my Rubicon ,got the FJ...much more of a vehicle
vs2010 Toyota FJ Cruiser 4WD
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2010 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Review
Clay says:
I have owned 4 serious off road vehicles Non compare to my Jeep Rubicon It will handle any terrain mud water rocks any where. Ive broken my left arm and shoulder. I can not drive manual tyranny.
vs1996 Ford Bronco
2010 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon winning categories:
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Power Ranked 1996 Ford Bronco worse.
"very low torque for crawling over terrain"
Looks/Style Ranked 1996 Ford Bronco worse.
"look at pics"
Front Seats Ranked 1996 Ford Bronco worse.
"Bigger"
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"bigger"
Cargo Capacity Ranked 1996 Ford Bronco better.
"larger"
Family Car Ranked 1996 Ford Bronco better.
"capacity load "
Value Ranked 1996 Ford Bronco worse.
"Its a real on and off road vehicle The Bronco is not"
Would Buy Ranked 1996 Ford Bronco worse.
"It has all world capability and is built and designed for everywhere."
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2015 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

Review By GuruJ148Q

Rubicon is the only model to buy. Performance and resale is paramount! Read More

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the jeep was a 2015 but only had 21,700 miles, still looked and smelled new. the vehicle had quiet a few after market products which made it more valuable. I paid 38979.00 which I thought was good de... Read More

2014 Jeep Wrangler Reviews

Review By GuruRKRHG

This Jeep had been badly wrecked and was being represented as having had a minor accident. Read More

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

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