I disagree with the last statement. The first, I agree with.The wrangler is a off road vehicle. Its a jeep thing, they wouldnt understand...
people who drive them dont care about drivability, they have a commuter for that, just like many people on here.
Normally when you make an argument you counter the other persons responses. All you did was state the negative aspects that were already mentioned by CR. Is there any logic behind the fact that you want to buy one? Or is just a factor that cannot be quantified, like brand loyalty?Consumer reports is good to read if you are buying a blender or a Toyota. Otherwise, don't waste your time other than to find out specs on different cars.
They bashed the Jeep for good reason, if you are a consumer reporter. It isn't luxury, it doesn't get the best gas mileage, it is kind of an eye sore, it is slow, and it doesn't have the best street manners.
So if that's what you are looking for, buy a Lexus. If you want something that is built to handle some offroad abuse while still comfortably and reliably getting you to work, than the Jeep works.
Yes, Consumer Reports also says that it isn't reliable. I have read online that there are some issues but for the most part, Jeep has been taking care of them. The big one that got me is that I read a lot about the hard top leaking in a car wash.
Regardless, I fully intend on buying one.