I'm a first time Jeep owner & I bought a Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon because I've always wanted a convertible and also wanted a vehicle that could handle almost any off road trail and occasional deep snow.
This past summer, I removed my hardtop and 4 doors and had my Wrangler in topless mode for 12 weeksit was the best summer Ive had in years.
This fall, I participated in the 25th Ouray CO Jeep Jamboree where I learned how to properly drive my Jeep on mountain trails & was utterly amazed on how well engineered & tough Jeeps are to handle the wilderness to include traversing over fields of small boulders.
Ultimate convertible that's like riding on a 4-wheel Harley Davidson that can go absolutely anywhere.
Ability to traverse extremely rough terrain that most other vehicles couldnt handle.
A quality product made in USA.
Huge COOL factor... I've lost count on the number of people that have told me how awesome my Wrangler is when in topless/convertible mode.
Stereo does not remain set to mp3/auxillary after shutting off the vehicle.
Checked my local dealer & was told this is just how it is.
Gas cap is exposed.
Wish Wranglers would come with fuel filler door.
I ended up having to purchase a MOPAR/Jeep filler door for ~$120.
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