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1995 Jeep Wrangler

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A Jeep Thing I Don't Understand
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By Graham
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1995 Jeep Wrangler Rio Grande 2dr SUV 4WD


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It must be a "Jeep thing" that I just don't understand - this little thing is so overrated. I would suggest it to someone who goes off-roading every weekend, but for a daily driver, it's atrocious. 4 cylinder = horrid performance and gas mileage as well. The highway ride is unbearable with the soft top, but it's another $1600 to get another one with hard upper doors. The reliability hasn't been great - I took it to the shop three times in two months. Minor stuff, but it adds up. If you want something to play with for the weekends or summer, sure, this can be fun, but I highly recommend something else. I'm buying a Toyota.


Favorite Features

Um, good in snow. (Slightly) fun in summer. THAT'S ALL.


Suggested Improvements

More power to 2.5 liter - better mileage - a somewhat tolerable highway ride - safer - more reliable - make the soft top workable in less than 20 minutes - STOP PUTTING THE GAS TANK INTAKE BEHIND THE LICENSE PLATE! - allow rear seat access from driver side seat - a full size spare.


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King of summer
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By Keith
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1995 Jeep Wrangler S 2dr SUV 4WD


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With the top and doors off, driving in the summer and on the beach, the Wrangler is second to none. This is purely a second car for fun because when you're on the highway, the noise level is high and you feel EVERY bump on the road. The 1995 S is very basic, which is what a Jeep should be. You can tweak it to your liking. It's a blast driving around town and in the sand on a hot summer day.


Favorite Features

Plain and clean style - the 1997 and newer models are too 'slick'. Front and rear bumpers of the '95 and older models. Off road performance.


Suggested Improvements

Weird windshield wiper placement that they finally fixed in the newer models.


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coolcat
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By TP
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1995 Jeep Wrangler Rio Grande 2dr SUV 4WD


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I have driven two sets of tires completely away on my Wrangler and it has only been to the shop once. It's a great run around vehicle and fun to drive on country roads on the weekend. If you need a smooth ride for long trips, don't go in a Wrangler. It wasn't built for trips. Nothing beats taking the TOP off and cruising on back roads and to the lake or mountains. Great second vehicle to drive and get out of the everyday rut.


Favorite Features

Taking the top off. It will go where you want to go.


Suggested Improvements

If it had a smoother ride on the highway, it would be a great everyday vehicle.


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Great Jeep
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By rdv
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1995 Jeep Wrangler S 2dr SUV 4WD


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This 1995 Wrangler is one of the neatest vehicles I've owned out of about 75 cars. Great on gas and the 4 cylinder has plenty of pep. Great in snow and also great summer vehicle.


Favorite Features

Easy to manuver, great on gas, looks good.


Suggested Improvements

It's a jeep; know that going into it and you will be happy. Don't expect comfort.


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Not a good all around vehicle
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By Ryan
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1995 Jeep Wrangler S 2dr SUV 4WD


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The gas mileage is terrible for a 4 cylinder especially if you plan on any form of oversized tires. I had better gas mileage in my 8 cylinder Firebird. This car has absolutely no power, it is terrible on the highway. The suspension is so loose that you feel every single little bump. Do not consider a Jeep unless you are buying it strictly for off-road use.


Favorite Features

Convertible top, although it is extremely difficult to remove and even more difficult to put back together.


Suggested Improvements

Everything. Do not market this car for road use.


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