I have owned my Wrangler X 2Dr for almost 2 months and I love it. I was skeptical at 1st w/ the 3.8L V6 until I racked up about 1000 miles and it finally broke in. It performs quite well now w/ my 33's and the stock 4.10 gearing that come with the Auto. Even the X model is very capable on the trail after numerous outings now. For the interior: the seats are fairly comfortable and modern. However, the dash is hard not to scratch when cleaning dust/dirt; the glove box and center console lock as well as rear floor cargo storage by locking rear swing door. The soft top is definitely quieter than previous models and it secures better around the doors. The headlights and fog lights are improved.
Locking rear cargo storage, Dana 44 rear axle, 4.10 gearing, the wide fender flares.
Way to secure soft top corners from flapping when side and rear windows are removed. Also, the dash is too vulnerable to scratching. Cruise control should be standard and not part of an expensive package.
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