1991 Jeep Wrangler S 2.4 from North America
Good enough for war, good enough for me
The seats have a few cracks, and tears, but that doesn't really matter. I had to replace the front calipers, and there has been some work done before I bought it from a guy.
I love my Jeep. I only suggest that you to try one out. I drove it for a summer, and was sold on the thing. What other car can you take the top, and the doors off and just drive down the highway at 80 miles an hour, or off-road with a moments notice? If you are a nancy boy you shouldn't buy this car.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 6th April, 2004
Is a nancy boy same as a momma's boy or are we referring to a delicate male?
Yours goes to 80mph? Mine only does that on top of a tow truck.
I got it up to 106mph in the inline 6, 5 speed. 82k miles.
The 4cyl won't do 80 down hill. It's a crummy engine.. power wise (125 hp doesn't push a brick through the air well). But the S.. which only comes in a 4cyl... which this review is about... gets better transfer case and gear ratios to compensate. A 4cyl that gets less mileage than a semi is pretty sad.. but
It's a jeep thing.. you wouldn't understand.
The I6.. well it's a pile of crap engine.. but.. if you can afford to put gas in that hog and keep your head gaskets intact.. its powerful enough.
What is the last commenter talking about??? The in-line six is a great engine. Keep the oil changed and it will run 200-300k miles!
Yeah, I don't know where you got your info from about an inline6 being junk those are proven to be bulletproof and run forever.. I have one with a 175000 miles and it runs like new. as a matter of fact I change the oil every 3000 miles and when I change it, it is still the same brown color as when I put it in!!! maybe your are just ignorant to the fact on vehicle maintenance!!!
I had the six in my Jeep Wrangler automatic, and used it on the highway with very little dirt road use. Did all the regular maintenance, and still at about 45,000 miles, I had to have the top end of motor done ($3800); not good.
Other than that, it was a great vehicle...