Fun and versatile
Drivers seat belt recoil doesn't always work.
Drivers seat adjustment doesn't stay. I have to crank it from time to time.
Lack of instructions on the clipping sequence of the soft top (don't set the back windows before clipping the front).
Lost a windshield damper by gently removing snow on the hood.
Soft top car adapters quality. Rubber parts got off.
Although minor issues, this truck wants to do it all. It's off-road, convertible, fun, it's an utility vehicle, it can tow, it can carry, it's a transformer. It's a car you can have fun with in the summer and in the winter. It's driftable in the winter, it's a dune buggy in the summer. I came from a Mustang GT 2010 and the Jeep has enough power for my taste. Lots... LOTS of aftermarket parts that can make your Wrangler pretty unique. I also like the minimal, yet classy, look inside.
It's soft on the road despite common feedback people think. It feels heavy when braking, the engine makes so much heat in the summer that it makes me think the engine could be better tweaked in the future. And then, of course, the biggest issue is the fuel intake even if the Pentastar improved fuel economy.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 17th February, 2014