2014 Jeep Wrangler consumer reviews

$22,395 starting MSRP
side view of 2014 Wrangler Jeep
95% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.4
  • Interior design 4.6
  • Performance 4.7
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.9
  • Reliability 4.7
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LOVE my Jeep!!

Absolutely love my Jeep. I love the look of it and I truly enjoy driving it. I'm very happy with my purchase.


Most fun car I have ever owned!

Best driven with the top down. Sun in your face, wind in your hair, Music cranked up and everyone is checking you out.


Too many problems

All window deals defective the car is not worth the money the console latch broke, all deals on top and windows replaced, 2 window motors replaced left tail light changed 3 times for leaks etc


No wiper fluid warning and does not hold heat in w

Great off roading, fun vehicle. I live up in Saskatchewan and winter just hit, found out there is no warning light for wiper fluid....so you will be behind a semi and run out! Very dangerous. Also the deep freeze is just hitting us now. -35/-40 , even with automatic start jeep interior is still cold, hard top is on. While driving, freezing cold draft on legs both driver and passenger side. Would NOT recommend this vehicle to anyone that understands what real cold is. Great for spring,fall and summer. Just would have expected an american made vehicle to be made to withstand a good Prairie Canadian winter!


Finally Got A Wrangler

After a couple years of wanting a Wrangler and searching the internet for a good used one,I finally realized that used Wranglers don't seem to depreciate much so I bought a 2016. got the Willys Wheeler Edition. It's taking some getting used to but I love it and glad I bought it.Had one problem so far; the driver's door lock wouldn't latch.Took it back to dealer who "found nothing wrong but lubed it up good".So far,a week later it's fine. It rides far smoother than I'd thought.The radio and CD player are ok,not great.MPG so far around town is only around 15.5.Haven't taken the hardtop off yet since it's February so don't know if that's a job or not.I think the front panels (like t-tops) will be easy,the back a 2-man job.I'd recommend a Wrangler if you really want something that's very basic and very different than anything else you've owned.


First time I bought something I wanted instead of

Actually I bought a 2004 4wd Jeep Wrangler Sport Inline 6 5spd w/ hard top. There wasn't a selection to mark the proper year of Jeep that I bought. Sorry if there's any confusion. This was the first time I was able to buy a vehicle that I WANTED, instead of having to buy something I needed. I've tried to be a good husband and make sure my wife always had the best, latest model of car, and lucky the last one was what she wanted! That moment made me feel so good, I guess it's better to give than receive, but my Jeep makes me pretty happy, not as good as when I was able to buy her that first BRAND NEW car she WANTED, and that nobody else had ever owned it before us! Looking online is probably the best advancement in the car buying process!!! It saves you time, wear and tear on your vehicle, gas, which saves you even MORE money since the price of gas is higher than a lot of precious metals!!! I would advise anyone to start with new car.com. It's the easiest, and quickest way to search local dealerships, or any as far as you are willing to travel, to find the vehicle and the deal that will work best for you. I drove a little bit further than I had planned to, but since I live where there's tourism, and sunny beaches, I knew that I might have to drive a little to find a deal that would work for me. That wasn't a problem, I ended up saving quite a few bucks, but I got what I wanted, and I drove back home with all of my body parts and blood that I left with!! I have a nice 2004 Jeep Wrangler, that has the look I wanted, my favorite color, it has a manual transmission, so the number of young crooks won't be able to steal it, since most don't drive a stick. The alarm I put on it still works, just in case!! Don't keep riding around in circles, or town to town without checking here first. It's just not worth the money or the headache! This way gives you more time to do what you want to be doing with what free time you have for your family. Everyone has to work a lot of hours to support their families, and try to save ahead for the post high school education that costs a fortune, and keep everyone riding in a safe, reliable vehicle. Save what you can, and this is a place to start. It's a no brainier, use the electricity that you're already paying for, and it's cheaper than gas!!!!


Tough little SUV

Living in the northeast, with the bad winters, My Jeep makes me feel very safe in the snow. It will go anyware also it is very cool in summer with the top down. It is just one fun vehicle.


4th Jeep

I owned a 1978 CJ5 bought new in 1979, had a 1989 Cherokee Laredo I bought used and a 1997 Wrangler I also bought used. I loved all 3 but my new 2014 Wrangler is by far the best yet. It rides as smooth as my ex wife's Honda CRV and I don't think anything 4 wheel drives as well as a Jeep. Just like the CJ5 the Wrangler can go just about anywhere but unlike the CJ5 the 2014 Wrangler drives on the highway like a small SUV or better. I am also pleasantly surprised with the highway gas mileage and also the power the new 3.6 liter V6 provides. I have the 5 speed automatic and have noticed no power loss due to having an automatic. It is quit and comfortable yet seems to be extremely rugged as I have grown accustomed to Jeeps being. I have owned a lot of vehicles but this 2014 Jeep Wrangler sport is awesome and is soon becoming my new favorite and I am looking forward to driving it for many years to come.


New to jeep but I love it.

If your going to buy one spring for the Rubicon its the best money ever spent I love this thing. You can take it anywhere take the top the doors off get it dirty put the top on and have a plush ride.. I love my new jeep


fits my personality

Bought it 2 weeks ago and took it on a camping trip to Colorado. 2300 miles round trip. Handled extremely well on Mountain roads and trails. Pulled a small kayak trailer- gas mileage was not very good but we got there and back, probably had something to do with the windy conditions and the kayaks. The only thing I think Jeep should do is put quality tires on their Sport models. This is the 2nd Wrangler I have owned and this time I bought better tires right off the bat since I got a flat tire with my first Wrangler on its first trip on a mountain road. I don't mind for quality and those highway Brand X tires don't match the Jeep quality. It is a tough vehicle.