Purchased vehicle with 49k on it in 2005. Now has 78k on it and we've had to: Replace rotors and brakes, front and rear; rear axle seals and bearings; front drive shaft boot; passenger side window module; drivers side rear & passenger front locks; drivers side break light assembly (because of short in internal wiring/sautering); dash speakers keep blowing; fan clutch; hood struts; on date of purchase had a rear drive shaft seal replaced. Shortly after purchase transfer case/rear end started making a clunking noise from stop and go. Not a scratch on it, almost as clean as a new one. Jeep is garaged and full service every 3000 miles. Only driven to work and back with occational road trip.
Love the looks inside and out. Handles great, motor has plenty of power.
Make a vehicle you don't have to work on every month. Wanted a Jeep my whole life, I'll never buy one again.
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