We bought our Jeep because of the look, the fun, the "Jeep thing". We thought we were taking a chance with reliability because it wasn't a Japanese import. We were so wrong! This Jeep has been our favorite vehicle for 14 years. We keep saying we are going to sell it - we have two little kids and you can't fit a wagon or many groceries - it isn't a practical family car. But it's so much fun... and it's certainly the last vestige of coolness we have left. Our Jeep has 115,000 miles on it, and I'm shocked to say it has been one of the most reliable cars we've ever had. We've had American sedans, Japanese sedans, and the Jeep continues to amaze and delight us even now.
FUN! Cool! That nice, big engine always fires right up, no matter how long it has been sitting while we languish in the econo-box and minivan.
None. A Jeep is a Jeep. It isn't cushy, it isn't a smooth ride, it's bumpy and bouncy and windy. Wouldn't want it any other way.
I bought mine new and put every mile on it. Over 155,000 now and I like it just as much as I did when I bought it. Only needed one repair. Keep the oil changed and kept it clean. Been an excellent vehicle.
I bought my Wrangler as a second summer car and boy did I make a great decision. There is nothing better then taking the top down and riding with the tunes turned up in a Wrangler! And don't forget to give the "Jeep Wave" to fellow Wrangler owners - priceless.
Open air ride, strong 6 cylinder engine, reliability.
Not many creature comforts - it's a Jeep, people! Smoother ride.
I am aJeep fan but this is a vehicle
of all trades -- it is not a master of
anything on-road but it does it all and
it can truely take you anywhere you
want to be. For a daily driver I
truely recommend it
The YJ (sqare headlight) jeeps are horrible. The new TJs are nice and the old CJs are nicer. I has my 92 YJ for 4 months and sold it because it had no character and i couln't take the sight of all that interior plastic! Now I have a classy 1985 Jeep CJ-7, more work but much more fun- and it has character!