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No matter how much lipstick its still a jeep.
Pros: Its a nice color.
Cons: How many times I have to check gas prices and use my card.Watch any old WW2 movie and see what its like. It can do anything asked except be very comfortable and have any resemblence of being fuel effiecient.
A tad disappointed...
Pros: The Jeep looks great and you can do just about anything to customize it.
Cons: Too many recalls. Get your stuff together Jeep!This vehicle has a ton of recalls and there is always something wrong with it electrically. Most of the Jeeps this model and year have what is called the 'death wobble'. The tie rod ends are defective from the dealership and most dealerships are unaware of the problem and try to charge you an arm and a leg to fix.
Pros: great ride
Cons: electric windowslove this car,great ride,in line 6 best engine they ever made.car is very dependable.18 mpg in city,22 on the road
Pros: 4 wheel drive
Cons: under poweredThis vehicle is more fun than two barrels of pups
Cons: love everything about this carLove this car
best SUV by far
Pros: DrivetrainWhat a great SUV. Limited Edition features 4.7V8 Quadra Drive II drivetrain, ~18MPG and willl go through ANYTHING! Rides so smooth and quiet, LOVE this vehicle
Almost perfect design
Pros: The looks, dash layout, and driving comfort.
Cons: The 3rd row seat is useless, never used, and forced the 2nd row to be less roomy than it should.I love the tough-looking squared-off looks of this vehicle. It has been mechanically very sound, and after 102,000 miles, still looks new, inside and out, despite some pretty heavy on-road and off-road use. The fit, finish, and overall build quality has been superb. The dash layout and seating position/comfort is perfect. My only complaint about the design of this vehicle is the cramped 2nd row seating. This should have been much roomier for an SUV this size. It is clearly compromised by the presence of 3rd row seating, which for me is completely useless and stays permanently folded down. Had this SUV been designed as two-row seating only, with plenty of 2nd row leg room, it would be the perfect SUV in my opinion.