I wish I had read Consumer Reports
Before I bought my 98 Jeep...it's a
troublesome vehicle...in the shop more
than out. I bought it new, and within
the first year I had replaced the
sunroof, differencial, and brakes.
Since then it's cost an average of $800
per year in maintenance "above" fair
wear and tear to keep in on the road.
I (and the Jeep dealer) can't get it to
hold a tune-up, and therefore won't run
right (cylinder misfiring issues every
year) and needs air conditioning
maintanence (not servicing) annually.
MY ADVICE - DON'T BUY ONE!
Make it more reliable for pull it from
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