11 Jeep Wrangler results
2010 Jeep Wrangler OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS
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Lee's Summit, Missouri
I liked the look of it. The style. The Jeep Wrangler engine size was good (not as good as my old 1999 Jeep Wrangler), despite the tendency to burn oil. I loved the hard top and the removable panels (freedom top panels) despite the tendency for them to leak after days of rainfall.
Love and hate.
Before owning a car, my dream had always been a jeep wrangler. Now that I have owned one for 6 years, I can say it is exactly what I wanted, but I'm not sure that what I wanted was the best I could do at the time. The Jeep is great and it performs exactly like expected and serves it purpose. However, I haven't done much off-roading with it lately and it ruins the point of owning a Jeep. When you don't use them for what they're made for, the cons outweigh the negatives.
Warwick, New York
Jeep wrangler, fun all the time!
The fun begins with the Jeep wrangler. Since owning this vehicle, I've taken it on road trips and off road many times. It is hands down the funnest vehicle I've ever owned. In the warm days of summer you can take the top down and take the doors off. It's very well built and is ready for the trails right off the assembly line. I have put over 100k miles on it and there are no rattles/shakes or odd noises as if it were poorly manufactured. Also, I'm a windsurfer and am able to put my sails, boards and gear on the roll bars, my wife and I have also taken the kayak on the roof. One thing that I never thought would matter to me is the ability to plug my iPhone into the auxiliary jack and listen to my music through the stereo. The interior is also very comfortable, not at all like the old Jeeps that were almost utilitarian in feel. The particular model I own comes included with keyless entry, power windows, locks, and basic alarm. You can easily take 4 people, yourself included, out for a fun day!