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Vehicle-Virgins reviews the 2014 Jeep Wrangler Sport
Specifications:
Price: $22,400
HP: 285
Torque: 260 ft lbs
EPA: 17 city, 21 highway

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The Jeep Wrangler is built with one important goal in mind, conquering any type of terrain it faces. The base two door models comes with a removable soft top, removable doors and even a detachable windshield. This vehicle offers great off road prowess thanks to its 4WD and generous ground clearance. Do not expect a great array of comfort features, that is not the point of this SUV. There are other vehicles much more suited for driving about town, so if you buy this Jeep, you better plan on using its off-road capabilities. But if you don't, it looks simply badass.

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Comments

    • Dus T
      Dus T

      And manual window with the window crank.

      about 1 year ago
    • Dus T
      Dus T

      I got the 2015 version of that Jeep and it is a manual lock and mirror. It's an automatic and it has manual mirror and lock.

      about 1 year ago
    • Cody Williams
      Cody Williams

      Unless your James May haha nice.

      about 2 years ago
    • Ronald Hicks
      Ronald Hicks

      good review. I've seen tons of reviews on its off road prowess but that's where it shines. ive been waiting for a video like this to show how it handles on road, being what it gets marked down for the most.

      about 2 years ago
    • danny Cella
      danny Cella

      The jeep is the best car the only car you need it's not even a car it's a jeep jeep is love jeep is life

      about 2 years ago
    • danny Cella
      danny Cella In reply to danny Cella

      +Anas Hamed yes it's perfect for eveuthing

      about 2 years ago
    • Anas Hamed
      Anas Hamed In reply to danny Cella

      Is it good for daily use?!

      about 2 years ago
    • Aman CapeCod
      Aman CapeCod

      its not a CAR, its JEEP!!!!!!

      about 2 years ago
    • Travis C
      Travis C

      this didn't change my views on my dream car I'm still buying it

      about 2 years ago
    • ADIGA!|Cheezo
      ADIGA!|Cheezo

      So if I don't want it for off road, then what vehicle around the same price do you recommend instead? I want something special not a common car

      about 3 years ago
    • Xbox360Gamer112
      Xbox360Gamer112

      thats extremely safe idk wtf youre talking about

      about 3 years ago
    • -Vance- Dun
      -Vance- Dun

      Funny cause lots of people say it's TOO comfortable to be a jeep xD and I agree with 'em!

      about 3 years ago
    • Your Nevergunnaknow
      Your Nevergunnaknow

      I wish they still made the classic XJ Cherokees, those things are off road beasts, drove well and had a ton of cargo space(heck I used to fold down the seats and sleep in mine wile camping).

      about 4 years ago
    • Alfonso Llana
      Alfonso Llana

      I just bought a 2015, Baja Yellow JK. I LOVE IT. I am not an off-roader, just have a lot of bad roads around here. The Jeep is perfect, perfect, for that. I enjoyed your review. I am not in the destroy-little creeks to prove- how- macho-you are plan.

      about 4 years ago
    • skipperbonus
      skipperbonus

      I would happily accept the base 2 door model... but it must be dark green. 

      about 4 years ago
    • grifballa
      grifballa

      I was gonna comment on the review and give a summary of my own experience with this particular vehicle, that I've had for almost a year without a problem, but I don't have the patience to deal with people who have nothing better to do than just rage about a vehicle that they don't like for one simple reason or another and say I'm stupid for even looking in its general direction, let alone owning one.
      So I'll keep it short. Good review despite it being clearly out of your element (SUV almost solely focused on off-road as apposed to all the other sports cars)

      about 4 years ago
    • Shimon Oren
      Shimon Oren

      "Crazy offroad stuff like locking differentials"
      A locking rear differential isn't crazy at all, it is completely basic for any terrain tougher than gravel. A front locker is hardcore, but isn't available as an option on the Wrangler - only aftermarket. There is however, an electonic system build to function as a locking front diff that's based on the brakes, thought it's not nearly as efficient as a real locking differential.
      Off road cars should be reviewed by experienced off road reviewers...

      about 4 years ago
    • Zachary Blanchard
      Zachary Blanchard In reply to Shimon Oren

      What about the rubicon hard rock. Does that have a front and rear locker and a sway bar disconnect?

      about 3 years ago
    • Fred B.
      Fred B.

      This was a good and fair review......I'm starting to despise "Pro" reviews from Automag, Edmunds, and all the other commercial mags.  The Wrangler has been decimated by these guys, and for no good reason.   They even put the Honda CrV, Rav4, and Outback in the same category.......What are they thinking? 

      about 4 years ago
    • Creeden Music
      Creeden Music

      If you are ever in Orlando you should come drive my jeep haha then you will see big tires and really be over the road

      about 4 years ago
    • Joe f
      Joe f

      I daily drive a '99 TJ with a 3" long arm lift, and 33x12.5's... But, I do go off-road. The tires on a stock JK aren't giant at all, hell neither are mine. I'd prefer 37's. The road noise is 100x better than a TJ... And rugged? LOL. Ground clearance? Mounting rocks? A stock JK has little of either of those. Honestly, gather a little more information on the vehicles you're reviewing. Terrible review.

      about 4 years ago
    • billyclub
      billyclub

      what a shit car 

      about 4 years ago
    • Dr Shwazz
      Dr Shwazz

      That's a 2014 Jeep?! Yeah you were right about the looks and how it hasn't changed in a while. If I saw that on the road I would've thought it was from 1994.

      about 4 years ago
    • Exporado M
      Exporado M

      Rather have a Toyota 4Runner or Nissan Xterra

      about 4 years ago
    • JRLM
      JRLM

      What i like about the wrangler are the huge windows and how high you sit up....  

      about 4 years ago
    • Stewart
      Stewart

      Unless your james may haha! Captain slow.

      about 4 years ago
    • Tyler Farmer
      Tyler Farmer

      I would like to see a review on the 2014 Hyundai Genesis coupe grand touring.

      about 4 years ago
    • Vehicle Virgins
      Vehicle Virgins In reply to Tyler Farmer

      Thanks for the suggestion! 

      about 4 years ago
    • AA Ron I am
      AA Ron I am

      try honda crz 2014

      about 4 years ago
    • nicholson9899
      nicholson9899

      Here in rural West Virginia, you see "offroad vehicles far more often than you see a $30,000+ on road car. I'd say the ratio of pickup trucks and SUVs to on road cars is 2:1. The hills are extreme, you drive on gravel roads everyday and your driveway may just be dirt. A Silverado with a 6 inch lift kit and 35 inch tires is pretty much normal here.

      about 4 years ago
    • Gustavo Hernandez
      Gustavo Hernandez In reply to nicholson9899

      nicholson9899 So, small penises prevail?

      about 10 months ago
    • Andres G
      Andres G

      Jeep Cherokee latitude

      about 4 years ago
    • brian smith
      brian smith

      the pictures they show are not $22k with the bigger wheels and the auto trans its at least $28k 

      about 4 years ago
    • Danny Max
      Danny Max

      nice weekend warrior car.

      about 5 years ago
    • Vehicle Virgins
      Vehicle Virgins In reply to Danny Max

      It is indeed! Perfect for some outdoor fun. 

      about 4 years ago
    • Ryukachoo
      Ryukachoo

      hmm, you guys seem to have a pretty stretchy budget
      i dont think most college students are going to be buying a 22 grand car
      13 grand seems more reasonable, and there's a whole ton of cars in that price range

      about 5 years ago
    • JRLM
      JRLM In reply to Ryukachoo

      the patriot starts at 16,000.. so you can still have that cool jeep aggressively handsome look..   most care around the 12,000 -20,000 dollar range look too feminine and cheap..  Also SUV's do offer more protection in accidents. 

      about 4 years ago
    • Vainy Vic
      Vainy Vic In reply to Ryukachoo

      Well then again most college students arent going to buy brand new cars. Used models of the jeep wrangler go anywhere from 8,000 to 20,000. Although most are definitely in the 10,000 to 15,000 price range.

      about 4 years ago