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