2004 Jeep Wrangler

Written by Jeremy Horelick
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The 2004 Jeep Wrangler looks and feels much like its original WWII version, only with a few modifications to smooth out the bumps. That said, the 2004 is still in line with the classic Jeep paradigm: "Go anywhere, do anything." If you're an off-road enthusiast, the 2004 Jeep Wrangler is more than adequately equipped to handle whatever tasks it encounters.

For 2004, gone is the long-standing, three-speed manual transmission. In its place is a new four-speed manual, as well as an option for its four-speed automatic counterpart, both standard off the showroom floor. This feature makes the 2004 much more attractive for those intending to keep their vehicle on residential roads. But the 2004, like its predecessors, is really tailored for off-road terrain.

Why Buy a 2004 Jeep Wrangler?

If you hike, bike, ski, surf, or climb, the 2004 edition is an ideal ride. There's ample room to accommodate boards, skis, poles, or any other long piece of sporting equipment. And all but the basic model of the Wrangler now come with a six-cylinder engine for even better performance, including the Jeep Rubicon, which is intended for extreme all-terrain handling.

Four-wheel disc brakes are also available for the 2004 Wrangler, though they are not a standard option. This gives you added safety in poor weather or other dangerous conditions. And the usual lineup of add-ons, including Wrangler seat covers and roll-bar handles, is available to help you tailor your new Jeep for whatever road lies before it.

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