Also a 4wd. Florida has far too many wildlands areas not to have it. What is your definition of a 2wd state? Is it merely straight roads? No snow? If you go to Maine, they have a ton of 2wd vehicles there. Just curious.
2008 JK Unlimited Rubicon - Auto tranny, Auto start, Mygig, hard top, tow package | Teraflex 4" Long Arm Suspension, Pro Comp 17x9 wheels, 37" BF Goodrich KM2 Mud Terrains, Vision X XMitter LED light bar, 2 Vision X HID off-road lights, Wild Boar Roof Rack, Mopar bumper, Mile Marker 10,500lb hydraulic winch, LOD rear bumper with rear-facing fog lights, spare tire carrier and Gerry Can carrier, locker modification, custom tool tray. I'm sure I'm missing something.
4Dr, 2WD. South Fl, need it for water during rainy season and convertible for dry season. Had 4WD' before, rarely, if ever used it. Jeep weights less, costs less and less maintenance. Some will tell you higher resale value on 4WD, but if I paid less to start with, saved on gas and maintenance.....?
Probably will catch all sorts of jabbings here (won't be the first time), but at the end, it's your Jeep and your $, so do as you see fit. And before any hard cores want to start again, are you running AC, Power anything (including steering) on your rig? Yeah, thought so... Have fun with whatever you decide to get. BTW, I might be looking at a Rubi sometime next year...
Ayep, it only drives 2 wheels, AND?!?
It's a "Miami Thing"...:)
i know what you are saying. I live in south florida and rarely use 4wd anymore. All the offroad spots are gone so now i use it for DD. its heavier and cost me more gas money. But i also see what people say when u get a 2wd jeep. But its your jeep, if you know you are not going to use it, dont waste the money just because some people might laugh
Granted NW FL isn't the same, but we have beach sand here and after a few hurricanes Jeeps were about the only vehicle on the road in some neighborhoods (strike that there were some bicycles, I had AC though :-) ). I have never needed a lift, but I sure have used the 4WD.