Had a 94' Mustang and wanted an
opposite vehicle to compare it with.
This is it, exactly; with the
exception of power being comprable
(the jeep feels as fast as the v6
them consuming about the same amount
of gas (18-20MPG). I can help my
friends move, tow small loads,
pass on the grass, take all the
short cuts I can find, not
slow down to 1MPH everytime I see a
bump, and park where ever I please.
Try doing that in a 2door sports car
with z-rated tires. This is not your
typical SUV, this is not a living room
on wheels. It is similar in size to
an Escape or CRV and remains true to
its herratage of off-road capable
The 4 wheel drive system is better
than my dreams. You can't get this
thing stuck! I've tryed in OH, PN, CT
snow, mud, and ditches. The legendary
4.0L I6 is more than enough power for
um... how about factory 3" lift and
31" tires, CB radio and antenna, and
an array of KC trail lights. Yee Ha!
I am glad I got this jeep. Its a 4D,2W
drive, just needed it for regular use in
city. After 4 years, Still Gives 22 m/g
on highways. Very confortable to drive.
Haven`t spent a $ for repairs yet,
except regular oil change & maintenance.
Drive one to have fun, a classic.
preserve yours & do not sell. A body
style still unmatched.
its been a great experience with my
jeep i've only had it a few months and
i cant beleave how many miles i've put
on it. I just cant seem to stop
driving it. I'm still getting used to
the fact that its a jeep and can
handle things i know i try to baby it
to much. as far as bad things the
brakes. but i knew that going into
it loves snowey\rain stricken roads
almost better than paved ones.