2007 Jeep Wrangler Consumer Review: No need for a hard top

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No need for a hard top
By Mike M on


2007 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Sahara 4dr SUV (3.8L 6cyl 6M)


Love the new Jeep. This is my 3rd one I've had (94,01,07). They're hard to find in dual tops right now but I don't think you need a hard top unless you're in a climate that is predominately cold. Here in New Jersey I will get more use out of the soft top that the hard top. Even with the Targa feature, the hard top is a menace on those "Indian summer days". There is virtually no noise with the soft top up on the highway. I had my Sahara up to 80 and I was having a normal conversation (no yelling like the old soft tops). Chrysler really did a good job on the soft top design.

Best Features

The new Jeep really rides tight and is elevated, more that the TJ was. The power windows, locks, and entry is still hard to get use to on a Jeep but it's nice to join the 21st century automotively speaking. The stereo is finally worthy of mention. Definitely go with the subwoofer.

Worst Features

Interior lighting is still a little chintzy. I would have liked to have ALL of the window switched illuminated instead of the front only.
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