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#36065 of 38597 Re: New> [ateixeira]
Feb 23, 2013 (7:57 pm)
But it replaces the Liberty, right? Those weren't terribly expensive. The Grand Cherokee can get a little pricey, but not unacceptably so.
#36066 of 38597 Re: New> [imidazol97]
Feb 24, 2013 (4:05 am)
That Mustang is a Red tail edition in honor of the Tuskegee Airmen.
#36067 of 38597 Re: New> [fintail]
Feb 24, 2013 (4:07 am)
Those Grand Wagoneers certainly have a following. I knew someone who had one and if he didn't total it, I bet he would still be driving it.
#36068 of 38597 Re: New> [fintail]
Feb 24, 2013 (5:02 am)
Not expensive but the Juke will still be cheaper.
Feb 24, 2013 (5:05 am)
They sure did have a following, but I didn't get why.
We had one as a company car where I worked in college, and that thing was a rattle trap and wandered all over the road. It was in the top 3 worst cars I've ever driven. Ride, handling, steering, and comfort were dismal. But at least it was expensive and guzzled gas!
My dad's Olds Custom Cruiser wagon was not a great car but it was a whole lot better.
Feb 24, 2013 (6:13 am)
That's not a "Jeep" - that's a station wagon made by Jeep. I bet the purists complained about them too, not to mention losing the Jeepster fender overhangs.
This '95 Wrangler has square lights and a crimp in the grill. Sort of looks like a Fantasy Island shuttle though.
Feb 24, 2013 (6:21 am)
Feb 24, 2013 (7:02 am)
We used to fly down the Autobahn in those small Army jeeps. Canvas roof, no doors, no speed limit, 19 years old, no common sense.
#36073 of 38597 Re: Another off-roader [steve_]
Feb 24, 2013 (7:15 am)
The head lights give it away -2014 Grand Cherokee.