2005 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4WD 2dr Convertible SUV (4.0L 6cyl 6M)
Can you get a better vehicle for the
money? Drives through deep snow
Subaru's can't. Top down in summer and
4x4 in the winter - super! I use mine
to tow a small aluminum fishing boat; back
it down in the lake - no problem where
many other rigs get stuck. 4.0 has
sweet power; 180 hp and 225lb torque early.
Convertible newer Wrangler's soft tops
work great. 1997-2005 jeeps are the
ones to get - coil suspension best
offroad and on.
None really except price - most freshman
in college can't afford a 4cylinder Jeep.
Get the pricing down around 10k and
you have a winner.
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