This handles extremely well on and off- road, though it does lean more as an Off-Road vehicle. I don't buy the "SUV" title it is given, I call it an ORV or Off-Road Vehicle. C'mon it is a jeep! If you never plan to take the doors off, tops off and get muddy inside and out, don't you dare think of getting one. If you never plan on letting your Jeep taste dirt, mud, and stone, get dings dents scratches all over it-don't buy one, or you will be disappointed. If you want a luxury SUV then buy one, but don't buy a Jeep, it is "comfortable" while you bounce around on potholes rocks and mud, but it wasn't designed to stay clean, detailed and comfy. It is rugged and mean. I mean its a Jeep a true ORV
Taking the doors off, takin the tops off and going for a nice relaxing ride through six inches of mud... Four wheel drive plows through the mud. And after that you can take the drain plugs out of the bottom to hose off your Jeep. But mud does add character
Kits... It should come with the brackets to put your sideview mirros on the jeep when you pop the doors off. Cops jet kinda mad at the no mirros thing. Oh and you need a TORX bit #40 and #50 to get the top, doors off or the windshield to fold down. Oh, and you need the TORX #30 for the soft top...
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