I really like my suv, no way near top ten by today's standards but considering that this is '95, it's great. The truck is very capable for offroading and towing use (within limitation). Don't tow something that out weights the truck... big safety issue. But as for offroad climbing, it's very fun. My Pathy is pretty stock and I can climb most moderate level trails in socal area. I only have LSD and not lockers.
Reliable. This is the most reliable car I currently own! Just change the oil and give it gas, although I did treat the Pathy to a timing belt and water pump last year. I also just upgraded my shocks to rancho 5000 and put in a 3" suspension lift with 31" tires.
Where are the cup holders? Needs to change out the exhaust manifolds bolts, easily rust and cause leaks. The strut rod bushings can be tougher from factory.
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