Well keep in mind that a Jeep Wrangler
is supposed to be loud, noisy, bumpy,
and not aerodynamic!! It's not meant
to go 75 mph uphill, it's an off road
vehicle. Though I've never had a
problem going around 65 uphill on the
highway and mine is a 2.5L 4cylinder.
I love the fact that I know that I'll
drive through any weather condition.
I've dealt with eight inches of snow,
ice, and really heavy rain with
quarter inch hail stones.
I love the interior, sound bar, and
soft top roof that comes down so easy.
I don't think I'll ever drive anything
but a Jeep Wrangler.
The only real problem I can see with
this car is the terrible gas mileage.
I would suggest any
that you can afford.
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