Unless they make a new model or Hummer makes a 2 door, the value will go up on the body style. Its value is also in the power to weight ratio. It can pull more than I think it should. The spline on the drive shaft can be damaged. If you sell yours, always remember, if the dealers say it's hot, then it is. Anything that ever broke was for a reason directly linked to the condition it was exposed to. Plastic tabs for example on the interior, were not designed for endurance, but for ease of assembly. Put Baer disk brakes on all four, and replace injectors. Cost of repair much less than interest on new loan alone, exceptional recreational second vehicle.
Size. Never too big, and never too small. Treads well, repair cost undercuts any new vehicle purchase of similar capability.
Invest in this vehicle's available aftermarket upgrades. That is what the market is for. Unless you spend a fortune on a LR3 HSE, you cant find the perfect utility vehicle off the assembly line. Brakes, shocks, floor mats, seat covers, Michelins, alarm, air filter, etc.
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