I am always suprised by some of the
critiques on this vehicle, like it's
fuel consumption, loudness and hard
ride. What do you expect from a kick-
ass ultimate 4WD convertable. Mind
you, it is loud as loud can be on a
road trip, but if you plan on making
multiple long distances car trips, then
the jeep isn't your best bet. If I was
concerned with fuel consumption, I
would have got a Honda Civic. Overall,
I plan on running the wrangler into the
ground. It takes everything I give
it. Finally, it is just plain fun.
From the first time you drive with the
top down to every time afterwards, you
will understand why you bought the
wrangler many years before.
The interior is wonderful and fun. I
added speakers behind the front seats
in addition to the sound bar and that
is all I need. For a convertable, the
jeep has a very powereful AC/heater.
I had to have the air conditioning
fixed once. The only real concern I
have is that it leaks bad during heavy
rainstorms. I don't think this is
common for all wranglers; maybe just
mine, but I wanted to share
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