• fb_579789275 avatar JL Posted: 8/22/2011 7:45am PDT

    If you drive an automatic Jeep, WTF are you doing driving a Jeep?

  • fb_1779529571 avatar Bill Posted: 8/22/2011 8:52am PDT

    Never met anyone who did not love their Wrangler. People buying this classic Jeep know exactly what to expect and few will complain about ride quality, interior amenities or gas milege. What they want is that unique "Jeep Experience" and this 2012 has improved on that, no easy task. Not mentioned when discusssing price is the outstanding Jeep Wrangler resale value. These things hold their value and appeal for decades.
    Now selling at a record pace and with the Fiat global dealer network expanding market reach, look for Wrangler sales to contiue to grow world-wide.

  • bengt avatar Bengt Posted: 8/30/2011 7:12pm PDT

    Actually, Bill, a growing chunk of Wrangler buyers aren't hard-core off-roaders, even sometimes, but commuters or parents. According to those with the company, that's part of the reason for last year's interior refresh and the expanding feature list (automatic climate control!).

  • fb_602356850 avatar Martin Posted: 8/30/2011 2:53pm PDT

    It's back on my list! Can't wait to give one a test drive.

  • fb_100002730712854 avatar Adam Posted: 10/26/2011 2:28am PDT

    This quirky, popular SUV has impressive off-road capabilities and extreme cons also. Its powerful engine and fun to drive along with two as well as four door availability keeps this convertible SUV in high demand. Looking forward to tame one.