2003 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4WD 2dr Convertible SUV (4.0L 6cyl 5M)
This thing has a personality like no
other, and makes Canadian snowstorms a
really fun experience.
The mechanical aspects are pretty
rudimentary, as the inline 6 growls
without putting much power, and has a
drinking problem worse than some of my
party buddies (from 11MPG in winter to
19mpg in a smooth highway drive). The
4.7 V8 or new Liberty Diesel would
most likely be smoother, more powerful
and probably better on gas.
Both Hardtop and Soft top are fairly
quiet and insulate from the elements.
Heater and AC are powerful enough to
counter the elements.
Unique look, non-pretentious
character, off-road capabilities, high
seating...and of course the fact it is
Drivetrain should be updated to
something more modern with better fuel
economy. Put more retro-looking
dash/guages instead of plastic...and
make the soft top easier to put up and
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