"I had mine now for a littel under two years. I have taken this machine places I thought were near impossible. You can't stop it in snow. I driven to work in two feet of snow and was making a path for everyone else. It is the only car in America that is specifically designed to be worked on by the owner. It's never left me walking, and there have been time I'm sure it would. Would not drive anything else up in the mountains."
"My 05 Unl. stickered at 26.3, but got it down to $24.5k out the door - good deal. Most options, cruise, HT, DC tow package, premium stereo CD, the works. It's unbelievably reliable - nothing ever breaks. With good tires, it handles great on pavement. Fun no-roading on weekends, washes up nicely for the Mon. morning commute. Chick magnet: gals LOVE Wranglers. Very easy for DIY maintenance; with back seat removed, lots of room for hauling most anything. The only bad thing I can think of is that it's so darned reliable and runs like brand-new for so long, you'll get BORED with it. Just don't sell when that happens: keep it and buy a 2nd vehicle, because you'll kick yourself forever if you do."
"This jeep is real nice...I'm actually about to buy one myself. Only advice...make sure you don't give them more then the suggested retail. Because they will ask for at least 2 grand more then suggested retail."
"I've owned my Jeep Wrangler TJ now for 3yrs. It's a great light truck for summer time and winter time use. It like all other trucks would be a better vehicle if the car companys would put a better tranny in it. I gone threw 2 now and is closly apporching my 3rd. The reason why is because I got 6in.s of lift and 33's. the stock tranny juss won't hold to the task i ask it. When it was stock, it was a great car but now I'm paying for it. Its a toy now but a fun toy."