My 17 yr son rolled this vehicle, He
was unharmed which is probably a plus
from that stand point. The body of
the vehicle held up even though it was
unrepairable. In my opinion, the
short turning radius, power, and top
heavy nature of this vehicle require
above average driving skills to be
safe. I am sure most SUV's fit this
category. I still want another one. I
also had a 1991 Explorer that was much
more comfortable and quiter, but not
nearly as fun to drive as the jeep.
The jeep was better off road and was
lighter. Jeep was Better on the
beach. Pick the jeep for fun &
recreation, but get something else for
trips if you are over 40
Power, fun to drive, Good looks
not comfortable for a 40 year old.
Rough Ride. Loud. back seat
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