2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4dr SUV (3.8L 6cyl 6M)
To make a long story short...this vehicle has been a nightmare. Drove it off the lot with 3 miles on it and had immediate problems. Have taken it to 4 different Chrysler/Jeep dealers and only a few problems have been fixed on it...mainly TSB's & recalls. Chrysler will not help and the dealerships have outright refused to fix my car. Needless to say, this is illegal. The list of problems now consists of 35 line entries...bad clutch, rough shifting, broken seatbelts, pourous soft top, leaking hard top, high-pitched shrieking sounds, dead horn, fluctuating stereo volume, and the list goes on & on. Although a very cool vehicle, customer service & mechanical assistance is unacceptable!
Rugged appearance, large size, fits mostly everything you need, tow capacity, folding seats & headrests, 3- piece hardtop.
Overall durability/reliability of vehicle. Does not function, many parts made cheaply. Most components are unsmooth. My CJ-5 & YJ ran better & smoother than this JK! For a civilian Jeep and a newer vehicle geared toward more comfort...it is definitely lacking.
I'm coming out of a Land Rover and with gas prices the way they are this is welcomed relief. Having a 4-door convertible, SUV is amazing. I love it and plan on keeping it. A friend of mind just ordered his because he got tired of just riding in mine. Seriously! My wife jokes with me that everytime I stop at a gas station, to get my salesman hat on so I can answer all the questions I get while getting gas. I get looks from the Ford Focus driver all the way up to the Audi Q7 drivers. Seriously, amazing
The exterior. The top down look is amazing. H3 owners are jealous because the Jeep has the H3 look, but convertible. The improved interior and the bells and whistles are great. Wow, two different Navigation options
Very disappointed that other, cheaper Jeeps can have the Bluetooth U-Connect option, but my more expensive 4-door Unlimited Sahara does not. Very disappointing. Mopar should provide a hard shell plastic spare tire cover like Hummer. This would really 'dress up' the Wrangler Sahara
This Wrangler rides great. Traded a 2003 Rubicon in on it. What a differance in ride. Jeep keeps doing better and better. Just keep the solid axles. i.f.s. would ruin the Wrangler
Lockers front and rear (not just a rear locker), electronic sway bar disco. awesome! No more getting out in the mud to pull out the lynch pins on the discos just push the button. This thing is huge on the inside (I looked at h3&fc but this seems a lot bigger and faster and better on/off road
Less plastic or make the offroad bumpers in a package, a hemi would be nice but would settle for a diesel. Leave axles alone unless making equal to dana 60's
2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited X 4dr SUV 4WD (3.8L 6cyl 6M)
Keep in mind, Iím single and this is my only vehicle. Got my Jeep back in July. Almost 6500 miles on it. Fun ride that definitely turns heads. I do get the mini Hummer comment a lot. Hard top takes two people to get it off (back portion.) I continue to have problems with a leak anytime it rains. Drips right down on the dashboard and then onto the radio. Supposedly been fixed by dealership but by the sound of everyone else, there is no fix. When starting it seems to stick sometimes. Recently got a recall about my brakes. This Jeep will suck gas. I get about 16 mpg. On the interstate I get around 19-20. No power! Love driving it in the summer and look forward to next year already.
Exterior look, and fun in the sun. Rugged look. Larger tires
Let all doors unlock when Jeep is turned off. Very annoying. there needs to be a five star wrench that comes with Jeep and paint for the hard tops that scratch so easy. The power is bad. It just dies going up hills. Better mpg.
This thing is just too much fun. Everything is better than I expected. Longer wheelbase gives it a smoother ride than I expected, the interior is quieter than I expected, and the millage is even slightly better than I expected. The power is what I expected. In low range it will climb anything, and it will easily tow a Toyota FJ out of the mud that you just crossed. On the street, however, you are going to get beat across the light by a Chevette. This thing has been everywhere, up mountain trails, in mud up to the frame, over rocks and boulders, and even stuck in downtown traffic, and it has never disappointed us. Had a great summer, now I canít wait to get it into the snow.