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1995 Jeep Wrangler

1995 Jeep Wrangler

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It Will Handle Anything!

by from Colorado Springs, CO on June 18, 2012

I just bought my 95 Wrangler a few months ago and it's the greatest car I've ever worked with. A friend of mine was driving it and ran it into a dump truck at 40 mph. After the wreck it started right ...
I just bought my 95 Wrangler a few months ago and it's the greatest car I've ever worked with. A friend of mine was driving it and ran it into a dump truck at 40 mph. After the wreck it started right up and only took me 5 or 6 hours of body work to have it street legal again. It's not super comfortable for a long road trip, but you can't find a more reliable car for day to day driving or off road fun!
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Uses car for Having fun

Does recommend this car

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Dr. Driver

by from Port Clinton, Oh on June 20, 2006

The Wrangler is a classic. Why else do most Wrangler drivers recognize the other with a wave or nod? It's a great car in the summer. And it's a wonderful car in the winter......the more snow the bette...
The Wrangler is a classic. Why else do most Wrangler drivers recognize the other with a wave or nod? It's a great car in the summer. And it's a wonderful car in the winter......the more snow the better especially with the winch! You can easily rescue your neighbors. My other car is a Mini Cooper S.
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175,000 miles and still going strong!!!!!

by from Los Angeles on June 16, 2006

Exceptionally reliable and very well built. Body style and popularity is timeless. Purchased with under 30k miles and still going strong. More reliable than my 2002 model car.
Exceptionally reliable and very well built. Body style and popularity is timeless. Purchased with under 30k miles and still going strong. More reliable than my 2002 model car.
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95 Jeep Wrangler

by from Rural north central Texas on May 19, 2013

This vehicle excels in categories that aren't listed above in your standard review. It will go almost anywhere, when you really need to. It's highly versatile, back seat is removable allowing it to ca...
This vehicle excels in categories that aren't listed above in your standard review. It will go almost anywhere, when you really need to. It's highly versatile, back seat is removable allowing it to carry a fair amount of cargo. And for these reasons and others harder to explain, it's great fun to drive!
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Work

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Smart Purchase

by from Monroe, Wa on October 18, 2014

Finally decided to trade in newer WRX for the 95 Wrangler S.E. The jeep has been very reliable as we are now over 175xxx miles. They are fun to drive very easy to park or turn around in tight spaces. ...
Finally decided to trade in newer WRX for the 95 Wrangler S.E. The jeep has been very reliable as we are now over 175xxx miles. They are fun to drive very easy to park or turn around in tight spaces. The Jeeps are great value for the money and when they are older that is about as cheep as they will get. Anything more than a six hour drive and you are going to want to break it up with an hour long stop, other than that there is no downside to getting a Jeep Wrangler. Also there is a huge aftermarket support, so parts for repairs or modifications are going to be very reasonably priced. The 4 wheal drive works very well in mud and snow. This would also be great for a first time driver as it is fun safe and NOT fast.
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Purchased a used car

Uses car for Just getting around

Does recommend this car

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my sweet 1995 yj

by from on October 8, 2014

this was my dream car ever since i came to this earth. its the funnest thing to drive. does great in the mud, even 80 mph. i fill save in it. id rather drive it than a new jk. i dont see the why a wra...
this was my dream car ever since i came to this earth. its the funnest thing to drive. does great in the mud, even 80 mph. i fill save in it. id rather drive it than a new jk. i dont see the why a wrangler needs heated seats, or curse control. bad thing is the 2.5 litter in mine only thing i dont like.
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Uses car for Having fun

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best suv 174000 and still running great

by from Shelby, MT on August 12, 2010

A Wrangler is not the best family car unless your on your way to the outdoors. Its relability is more than I expected when I bought it used 9 years ago. I would recomend not using a 95 jeep wrangler f...
A Wrangler is not the best family car unless your on your way to the outdoors. Its relability is more than I expected when I bought it used 9 years ago. I would recomend not using a 95 jeep wrangler for a long road trip the seats are ok for about 4-6 hours at most.
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Uses car for Just getting around

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Love My 95 Wrangler YJ

by from Germantown, MD on May 1, 2011

This is a fun vehicle to drive. If you're like me, you'll spend more time researching, upgrading, detailing than driving it (it's my second car). Taking off the soft top & lifting off the upper doors ...
This is a fun vehicle to drive. If you're like me, you'll spend more time researching, upgrading, detailing than driving it (it's my second car). Taking off the soft top & lifting off the upper doors makes a cool evening drive a real delight!
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Very fun to drive

by from Chicago, IL on June 6, 2007

This is a great car and I would recommend it for anyone and everyone. Although it isn't the most fuel efficient or the most comfortable backseat I've ever been in, I would definitely suggest everyone ...
This is a great car and I would recommend it for anyone and everyone. Although it isn't the most fuel efficient or the most comfortable backseat I've ever been in, I would definitely suggest everyone get one of these cars if you can. It will serve any purpose, except of course street racing. The front two seats are very comfortable and when you take the top off and cruise around town it is a blast! Whether this will be your first car or your last, or maybe even your first and last car, I definitely suggest you get a jeep wrangler. Also, make sure its a stick, you'll be thanking me later.
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My "new" 1995 Wrangler Rio Grande

by from Western NJ on June 11, 2010

I finally re-acquired another Jeep Wrangler, this one a 1995 Rio Grande edition. I had the same model, brand new, from 1995-2001. Except for the color, it's the exact same Jeep I had previously. No a/...
I finally re-acquired another Jeep Wrangler, this one a 1995 Rio Grande edition. I had the same model, brand new, from 1995-2001. Except for the color, it's the exact same Jeep I had previously. No a/c. no air bags, a 2.5L 4cyl. engine. The dealer did a nice job upgrading wiring, new tires and brakes and it needed about $450 worth of work, which the dealer took off the sales price. So I bought it for $4400 and put about $500 in for this and that. Having a CARFAX helped close the deal. The Rio Grande has a special cloth interior, carpeting and speakers in the roll bar. Nice. The Jeep almost no rust, a hard top and was in generally very good shape for 15 years old. For people who know their Jeeps, this was a good deal. We already knew the ride is noisy and bumpy. We know it's a slug driving uphill on the highway. We know it will need upkeep eventually. But it's a "third car" so to speak. More modern Wranglers cost way too much used (the Cherokee is the by far the best value if you can find a good one). The newer Wranglers also have a lot more that can go wrong with them, too. It's a Jeep, not a commuter car, and you have to love it for what it is. If you know what you're buying into and can find an older YJ -series Wrangler with lower mileage (mine had 111k), you'll get a fun banger and weekend vehicle that can still take on snow, sand and mud. But I wouldn't make a habit of it as I can only afford so much upkeep!
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Uses car for Having fun

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