Highway and Off-Road Capabilities
The Jeep Wrangler Sport Unlimited has been a great vehicle for us. We take it off-roading, and though it was fairly capable as a stock vehicle, we have made many aftermarket modifications, including larger wheels and tires, a 4-inch lift, rock rails, front bumper with winch, rear bumper, rear tire carrier, armored quarter panels, soft top, and other items I can't recall. There aren't many place we can't go, which has allowed us to enjoy many things that we otherwise would not have experienced. And the ability to take off the top and doors enhances those experiences. Along with being a very capable off-road vehicle, the Jeep is also my daily driver, and it is as comfortable and maneuverable as any other SUV on the road. Though I originally wanted a 5-speed transmission, I heard great things about the automatic transmission, so I opted for that and have not been disappointed. Jeep Wranglers also maintain their value better than most cars on the road, though I don't plan to sell my current Jeep. The plan is to keep the current Jeep as a weekend vehicle and purchase a brand new Jeep within the next 1-2 years for my daily driver.