Jeep wrangler review: 03 Sahara, 4 cylinder, tan, 3� lift, 31s and a 2-door.
2003 Jeep Wrangler Sahara
I bought a jeep wrangler Sahara a few years back because I have always wanted one. Overall, I love my jeep. If you are wanting a vehicle to enjoy the summer breeze with the soft top off, this is the one. They are a reliable vehicle. I drive a 16-year-old jeep and I have never had to worry about if it was going to start morning or not. There is not a lot of comfort when you are driving one especially if it is lifted or has bigger tires than stock. The seats are comfortable but lifted jeeps tend to jolt around on the road, making it a rough ride at times. I enjoy the drive, but some may find it too rough. They are not a vehicle to get if you are a speed demon that takes turns sharply. Jeep's have a short wheelbase making them more susceptible to rolling over. Sharp turns must be taken at a much lower speed. The turning radius on a jeep is very convenient. It does not take much to get it to move around with just a slight movement of the steering wheel. Soft top removal is not too difficult. If it is a new soft top, it tends to be harder to remove and put back on. But overall, it is an easy process. They do great with gripping the road when there are bad weather conditions. I have not lost much traction on the roads in the snow compared to other vehicles. Rain or snow a jeep will drive just fine. They are an easy car to work on compared to other vehicles as well. The parts tend to be cheaper and they are more of a simple vehicle.