2010 Jeep Wrangler
Jeeps are really great vehicles for a family all around. They are super fun to ride around in and you can continuously take them apart and put them back together just like legos. Overall if you maintain your Jeep you shouldn't see many problems. If you purchase a Jeep with a soft top, your ride around town will be very noisy, especially once you get on the freeway, but if you purchase a Jeep with a hard top it's just like any other car sound wise. They ride kind of rough compared to most cars but that is something they are built to do since they are offloading vehicles. If you take your Jeep offloading often it is important to keep an eye on things to ensure that everything is still in place and nothing was knocked loose. The seats overall are pretty comfortable, however in a two door Jeep the backseat is very cramped and not easy for access if you have small children that require car seats and the trunk space of the two door is also very limited. In a four door the backseat area is very spacious and easy to have access too and there is plenty of trunk space for groceries or whatever you may need to put back there. In terms of taking the top off, both ways can be pretty tough, but newer Jeep models have made it to where it is easier to remove the top. A hard top you typically have three pieces to remove which you just unclip and store in a safe place and a soft top you have to remove the three plastic windows in the back and unclip the front and push it all the way back until it lays flat. Jeep s are not the best vehicles if you are looking for good gas mileage, but what they do get is pretty decent compared to how bad some other cars can be. The older Jeeps like mine do not have as many features as the newer ones do today, but you can easily add whatever you want to them.
2010 Jeep Wrangler
Jeep wranglers are great vehicles for any person that does not need all the fancy add-ons. I love the option of taking the top off, taking the windows out (mine is a soft top), opening up the front panel like a sunroof. It does leak when there is a lot of rain which can make for a moldy smell in the vehicle at times. This is not a quite vehicle to ride in and sometimes can be annoying when traveling at higher speeds and/or long distances. My Jeep is on 33" tires, so this makes for a little rougher ride than one on normal tire sizes, but I love the look the big tires give and I can go nearly anywhere. I have even had it in a hurricane (which I do not advise). I do have to keep a check on my oil level as it has a leak, but the Jeep is almost nine years old. I have only had it for three, but I love it despite some of the drawbacks. These vehicles are known for heater issues and it is not typically an easy or inexpensive fix. The whole dash has to come out to fix the problem and it can be in excess of $1200. 00. You have to love the Jeep life in order to truly appreciate this vehicle.
2010 Jeep Wrangler Sport
I bought my Jeep wrangler as a second owner. It has a manual transmission and 4 wheel drive. Soft top which I absolutely love in the warm months. Most people think they are cold in winter but that could not be further from the truth. It gets and stays very warm. My Jeep is 4 door which is exactly what I was looking for to be able to transport my family around comfortably. It is good on gas as far as Jeeps go and has been completely reliable. I have an android head unit installed with all the upgrades and GPS with front and rear backup cameras. It rides very well and when I have taken people for a ride they always seem surprised that it rides so smoothly. I have never regretted my purchase and would highly encourage anyone thinking of buying one to choose the Jeep Wrangler Sport unlimited.
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