I have 105,000 miles on the Jeep and it
still runs well. The mileage is poor,
but it starts up ever morning. I had
both the hardtop and soft top until the
soft top ripped off while driving on
the highway. The driver seat is
comfortable and the seatbelt holds you
in your seat over all terrain. I
planned on having the car til it dies [
or I die], but I'm getting sick of the
water puddles. I have the hardtop and
I had to remove all of the carpet and
plugs so I do not have the musty
smell. I definitely recommend the
Jeep, it was well worth the money I
paid in 97 -$18,000. Not to mention the
resale value is great!!!
The big tire package; Jeeps with the
small tires just don't look as nice.
Look more like a chick car.
The view, no blind spots.
Must do something about the water
leaks. Not sure what you can do, but I
had to purchase 4 new windshields and
countless window repairs from all of
the stone chips.
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