I have a 94 Wrangler and LOVE IT; won't
part with it, still runs and looks
great 160,000+ miles on it. I recently
purchased a 2004 because everyone said
the 94 was getting too old. I still
drive my 94 everyday. I'm finding it
hard to get use to the new style. I
really miss the old interior spread out
simple dash; the old style soft top and
its Jeep Thunder sound (much easier to
use) ; the square headlights and bounce of
the leaf springs. The newer style Jeeps
just don't have that rugged look and
feel about them. They remind me of that
junk box Geo Traker that people use to
refer to as a Jeep, except for us
faithful Jeep drivers.
Go back to the more rugged apprearance
inside and out,less yeepie.
The simple rugged dash and interior
of the older styles.4.0 liter high output 6 cylinder engine
the old style soft top.
True Jeep drivers love them for their
off road ability and rugged feel and
look. The fancy dash and interior need
to go. The Jeep is not a car it's a
recreation vehicle; it doesn't need a
roll back convertible top - the old was
much easier and fit the vehicles style
much more. Look back at old ratings.
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