Guide: 5=Perfect; 3=Good; 1=Poor
Pros: What do you like about your 2007 Jeep Wrangler?
Ability to drive ANYWHERE under any conditions.
Ride height (mine came with the biggest factory tires available, so it sits pretty high off the lot already) - you can see above traffic, as well as good road visibility (long and short); excellent ground clearance.
Incredibly maneuverable - tight spots are no problem, even in a congested city - so easy to park. Off road, it will take you anywhere.
Cargo space is pretty good for its size with the back seat folded up.
Cons: How would you improve your 2007 Jeep Wrangler?
Improve braking a bit. Takes a while to stop if traveling at 60 - 65mph.
Gas mileage could use some improvement given its a V6 and not a V8.
Optional leather seats would be nice too - our cloth ones started to wear a bit after 2 years (the mesh overlay started to develop a few small rips), so I had some sheepskin covers custom made for the '07 interior - which really look nice and have proven significantly more durable. Our other cars have leather seats, and they wear nicely over time.
2007 Jeep Wrangler Review:
Excellent all-terrain, all-climate vehicle. Rain, snow, mud, off-road or on, you can go anywhere at any time in this vehicle.
It's a little bigger (the 2-door) than previous models (tad bit longer and wider), which is nice, as there is a fair amount of cargo space when the rear seat is folded up.
We like the "hydraulic lift up" rear window on the hard top for carrying long items - you can drive around with things hanging out the back and the lift up window stays in place.
Ours has a hard top, which we find very convenient during inclimate weather, and is an automatic, which is nice for city driving.
We've gotten a lot of compliments on how it looks too (Sahara package; dark green w/tan hard top and big wheels) - which surprised us given the plethora of Jeeps on the road.
The dealership where we bought it sells all their Jeeps with the largest factory wheels available (including the spare), so we didn't have to run out and get decent wheels for it right off. Consequently, the "stock" ride height in ours really provides for great visibility and excellent ground clearance without any aftermarket add-ons.
Maneuverability is awesome - you can get in/out of tight spots with ease.
We've been very satisfied in the 3 years we've had our Jeep and intend to keep it for a very long time. No mechanical problems at all.
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