"I had a 2005 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited and now I have this 2007 Jeep Wrangler X. The 2007 is a definite improvement over previous generations and I heard the newer 2012 is even better in terms of ride comfort and utility. Great resale values are a given with the Wrangler so buy and enjoy."
"I just drove from L.A. to OHIO in my 08 Rubicon. I brought my brother with me who drives a 2010 mustang GT. When we first left for Ohio my brother did not think that he was going to like riding 2500 miles in my Jeep. He was soooo wrong. He loved every minute of it. Since we arrived from our trip he has started looking for a Wrangler of his own. He will buy an X, but that is what he wants to spend. The Freedom top is a must have for anyone who drives on the freeway and it is not that hard to take off. I take the top off in March and then leave it off until December in L.A. It almost never rains in L.A. This is my third Jeep # 1 was an 84 CJ7 Renegade, #2 was 4 cyl. Wrangler, and # 3 is my excellent 08 Rubicon. Spend the extra money people and buy the Rubicon. You will love it!"
"I've only had my 2010 unlimited 4D for a week but it seems to be doing great. I have owned jeeps before and my only concern was gas milage. My new jeep does very well passing up the gas stations compared to the older jeeps that iv'e driven. The one down side that I have found is the lack of power. This jeeps a little sluggish on the getgo, but I guess thats why they get better gas milage."
"4th Jeep I have owned and each one is a step up--WOW--this 09 is awesome--can use as a daily driver and smokes off road--12K miles in a little over a year--18 to 21 MPG consistent and mixed driving--loves snow--Only regret is color--Yellow--My daughter picked it--cuz she gets it in 2 years--I will then buy me a red one--I will always stick with the 2 door soft top--seat out for trips to hold stuff--Dont forget to wave 8-)"
"The first Wrangler I owned was a 2dr soft top which I really liked until winter. The current 4dr hardtop is a 180 degree turn compared with the 1998 2dr being that the ride is improved (increased width & wheelbase) and amenities. I was hoping that I didn't make a mistake buying a 4dr Wrangler for everyday use and so far not disappointed - I still enjoy getting off work and driving home. The Sirius and Infinity sound system is definately a plus and I still get compliments about the vehicle. The performance is lack luster with an average of 15 mpg in city and 20 highway and the engine feels a little overwhelmed at interstate speeds but with the front 2 piece roof off and music loud - who cares? I recommend this vehicle unless a person is planning to use it as a cross country vehicle. Part of the reason I bought the vehicle is for the resale value but I decided to keep this Jeep and if I want more comfort I will just buy a second car knowing the Jeep won't depreciate like a luxery sedan. The only maintenance, besides routine, I have had is the front transfer case had a bad seal which is covered under the unliminted drive train warranty ('08 models and older - the newer Jeeps have a 100,000 mi drivetrain warranty). I hope that if you purchase a Wranger you enjoy it. Wade - Louisiana."