The 2002 Jeep Wrangler has a stiff ride, offers about the same noise isolation as a motorcycle and has a soft top that's a nail-buster to operate. That said, the Wrangler also offers a visceral motoring experience like no other and the off-road ability of a mountain goat.
by raider88 on Mar 6, 2005 Vehicle: 2002 Jeep Wrangler SE 4WD 2dr Convertible SUV (2.5L 4cyl 5M)
This Jeep was driven at Camp Jeep 2003 in the Blue
Ridge mountains. It's been through all kinds of
trails and weather. This was even good in the snow
for a lightweight. I recommend to everyone the
following: Get rid of the Goodyear tires!
Since I got 215/75/15 BFG AT KO tires, the Jeep
has handled even better and it doesn't slip in the
rain. Also get a tow hitch and replace the bumpers.
I hope to travel south to the Ynes Mountains for
Camp Jeep 2005 in California. I did purchase the
sliding glass half upper doors from Quadratec.
by kwrhodes on Aug 29, 2004 Vehicle: 2002 Jeep Wrangler SE 4WD 2dr Convertible SUV (2.5L 4cyl 5M)
A Jeep is a Jeep -- you must know that
going in. It won't get good mileage, it
has a rough ride, and it is "plain
Jane" on the inside. But, IT'S A JEEP
and I love it. This is my second one
and it is just as much fun as the
first. I highly recommend a Jeep to
anyone who wants to have a true
original off-road vehicle.
A new "X" model is introduced, combining the potent 4.0-liter inline six with affordability. Sahara and Sport models receive upgrades, including hard doors with roll-up windows. New optional wheels, increased output from the climate control system and an improved premium sound system round out the changes to the tough and ready 2002 Jeep Wrangler.