I bought my '99 Jeep used in Feb of
2000, right in the middle of winter.
They actually stay warmer int the
winter than most think. It was great
at first, but over time, you get sick
of felling every bump in the road. The
engine leaves much to be desired. It
does have it's good days where it
feels like it's as fast as any other
car, but mostly it's slow, and not
very good gas mileage either. It's a
great car, but wouldn't recommend it
for everyday use.
Color options, Convertable, Off-Road
ability (comes in handy a lot more
than I expected), and 4WD.
Better engine, quieter soft top, more
interior options (extremely limited
customization on the inside). More
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