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2015 Jeep Wrangler OWNER RATINGS & REVIEWS

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Rachel
Rachel
Daytona Beach, Florida
5.0
Comfortable and affordable
The 2015 Jeep Wrangler Freedom edition is a sturdy and dependable vehicle. No rattling, interior or exterior problems. The interior stays clean and doesn't attract dust. The doors and windows can be removed for a fun beach day but can also stay on a rainy day or for everyday driving. It is a smooth ride and good on gas. I can get 30 miles to the gallon and that is great for an SUV. The back seat folds down for storage and the truck is big enough to store boogie boards and all your beach goodies. The seats are very comfortable and there is a lot of room. There is a blue tooth device that allows one to connect to a mobile device. The only thing I do not like is that it is tough to get my kids into the back seat since it is a 2 door vehicle. This is a car for a person who is single or just has a spouse and no children.
Katie
Katie
Plymouth, Massachusetts
5.0
Three years in a Jeep Wrangler and very satisfied
I always wanted a Jeep, but until I reached my 30s, I never had the salary to afford it. Once I made the jump though, I couldn't imagine going back to a regular car. I initially researched the Wrangler because I wanted a relatively simple vehicle that could be taken out on the beach in the summer. I used to do this with my parents as a kid and wanted to get back to it a bit. Living in the north, I also deal with extremely snowy and brutal winters each year, and figured the four-wheel drive would be an asset in those conditions as well. Thus far, the Wrangler has met all my expectations in that area. I have taken it out on the beach several times, and it has proven extremely valuable in the mud and during blizzards. The Wrangler's reliability (three years and 44k miles, at the time of this review), has been on par with the Nissans I've owned in the past, requiring only scheduled maintenance, new brake pads, and a new set of tires up to this point. One downside is the gas mileage - I average 19-20 miles per gallon in mixed city-highway driving and have to fill up every 280-300 miles. On the other hand, I expected that out of a vehicle with a large V6 and close to 300 horsepower and automatic transmission. While truck-like, the Wrangler drives much better than I expected it would on the road and cruises very well on the highway at 75mph. I'm disappointed the JK series is now out of production, but if it was still available as a new vehicle, I wouldn't hesitate to purchase another Wrangler if I were at that juncture.