Researched a fun convertible for months. Wrangler was obvious choice. Put 225 miles on it the first day. Got 16.2 mpg on first tank. My '65 Ford Mustang has a smarter easier convertible top but guess I will learn to live with it. Most Jeep owners wave. That's cool.
Fun to drive. Sits up high. Good looks. Looking forward to towing behind motor home also.
Steal the convetible top engineering from Ford. Have the rear seat lock in at the folded down position. Why does it have to roll also? Tell me again why the doors cannot have real hinges that would keep them from flying open with the wind? If the windshield comes off the doors would.
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