Since I bought my Jeep I've not had any
problems other than having to replace
the windshield because of the rocks and
crap on the roads in Colorado during
the winter months. I have had to do
brake maintenance more often than most
do but I also drive 40 miles one way to
work from Denver up into the Rockies
5000 feet (coming down that hill every
night takes a toll on the brakes). It
has been a lot of fun to own -
definately glad I replaced my Chevy S-
10 Blazer with the Jeep.
The Sport model I purchased has
everything I need and want - and maybe
a couple things I don't need. I tend to
play too much with the overhead console
computer showing the average gas
milage/milage left on my tank of gas...
but it is great to have.
It definately wasn't designed at ALL
for adults to sit in the back seat
comfortably. I had to sit sideways
just to fit somewhat comfortably. Up
front isn't much better if you have to
pull the seat up to give room to those
in the back.
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