Fast Cars: 2007-2017 Jeep Wrangler JK Comprehensive Buyer’s Guide

Fast Cars: 2007-2017 Jeep Wrangler JK Comprehensive Buyer’s Guide

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40 Replies to “Fast Cars: 2007-2017 Jeep Wrangler JK Comprehensive Buyer’s Guide”

  1. its a cool car! the girls wanna jump in, you can go hunting or off roading! its sexy and stylish! you open it in summer and you feel in paradise! for not daily city use i believe is amazing! The only question for me…is it so bad in 1 hour highway? is not tolerable ?

  2. I have a Willy’s 2 door. No power stuff. I look at that at more things going wrong. Easy rolling down passenger window in a 2 door. Other plus of auto with LS is you can manage the brake and gas simultaneously and get your axle to work close to a locked axle. Just my opinion. 3.73s are fine for 35s, just my opinion. Agree with most stuff in video.

  3. Great video! I am looking to purchase a Jeep next year, and I thought I wanted a Rubicon. I will not be doing any off road adventures, strictly city girl. However, I absolutely Love the Jeep, and after watching your video, I may be able to save myself a ton of $$$. Thanks so much for this very informative video, can't wait till next year!!!

  4. I'm going to Colorado in July I would really like the shake you guys hand because it's been giving me some good information through the years and you guys are appreciated but you know that don't you.

  5. I was going to buy a rubicon cause everyone said that’s the best but I don’t plan on going completely of the grid I’m glad I saw this prior to buying!

  6. No one ever seems to talk about the half doors on the Wrangler. I think they look cool but is it practical? I live in Canada where the weather can get really cold, so would it be a good idea to get this as an option?

  7. It’s funny though, Jeep base price is 23k and 27k on unlimited but you can’t never buy it for that price. It will end up at 30k for sport and 35k for unlimited and that just a bear bone Jeep nothing really come in with trim price. Jeep ridiculously over price and people still over looks. Not to mention they charged you for A/C, roof top, auto tranny, and power door window, Bluetooth on and on. Unbelievable!!

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