I bought this Jeep after driving a Mercury Grand Marquis for several years, at 28 years old i knew it was time to start living some. I saw my future Jeep advertised by standing on top of a rock. Once i figured out how to remove the soft top and doors i was amazed at how fun it was to cruise in the summer with such freedom. The Jeep has been extremely reliable through all harsh conditions. There is a certain toughness that goes along with a Wrangler. I added off-road tires and fog lights. THe 2.5 litre has 125K on it and is still going strong. A Jeep isn't for everyone and the ride is pretty rough, also the soft top makes for a pretty noisy ride however i enjoy it overall.
1995 was the last year for the YJ design, you won't see anymore instrument panel gauges lighting up in the center of the console (how unique, sad to see the military look gone) and square headlights were replaced with the round. One thing about a jeep is you can customize it with unlimited options
A Jeep is what it is, however i suggest getting another vehicle if you own a Wrangler. It's not feasible to drive on a major highway for very long powered by a 2.5 Ltr 4 cylinder. It's realistic to purchase an affordable, comfortable second ride with a bigger engine to keep up on the highway.
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