A convertible for people who still want a
rugged feel, who still want to be able to go
anywhere. An SUV for people who don't need
to compensate for shortcomings elsewhere. A
fun car that still has a few practical uses.
Friends may not be willing to buy one
themselves, but they'll all want to ride in it.
Life is better with a Jeep.
Driving with the top off is a near-religious
experience. The sound bar's a great idea.
Maybe a true 2-seater Jeep? Throw out the
back seat altogether and move the front seats
back a little.
Anything to improve gas mileage.
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