I just bought a 2012 Unlimited Rubicon.
So far, I love it.
Don't get hung up on the reviews.
It's a Jeep.
It should be no surprise that it doesn't ride or perform like a luxury sedan.
One thing buyers should be cautioned about though is that Jeeps do not come with an owner's manual.
Is it just me, or is it absolutely absurd that a $40,000 vehicle, or any vehicle for that matter would not come with an owner's manual.
If you want one you have to buy one from the Jeep website for $50.00!
How can that possibly be legal?
At a minimum it is pathetically cheap.
Jeep is cheap!
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