The square headlight is what defines the Wrangler, sets it apart from other Jeeps as something unique, something that makes a Wrangler a Wrangler. Then they f***** up and swapped back to that failure of a round headlight. Round is so incredibly redundant, they already have round wheels, round tires, a round steering wheel.. What else? Round bearings? Round bolts? What about a round set of gauges?
I had to think about that for a second, then realized that large flat headlights are not exactly aerodynamic or pedestrian friendly. Also, LED's use a lot less energy. Of course there is no reason that LED's couldn't be arranged in a circle, but stylists (like those at Audi) like to be more creative.
Red 03 TJ sport l OME lift l ARB's front & rear l 4.11 gears l 32X11.50" MTR's l Nth Degree Tummy Tucker l SYE & CV l Nth Degree Dana 44 slider l Nth Degree Oil Pan Skid l JKS adjustable front track bar l KC slimlights l Rock Rails l IPF H4 headlights l Dynamat
Oh NO! You can't take it back now Huntsman, your a square hater, we see right through you.
hahahaha, nah. Not me. lol I remember all the hate that was around back when the YJ's were new, though. I was driving a CJ7 during that era. To me I didn't see what the big deal was. I was more concerned with the decision to return to the 6 cyl/4 cyl platform from the early years instead of sticking with the V8/I6 that had been the running standard for awhile at that point. Headlights are just headlights. I personally like the look of the round lights, but the squares don't look any less Jeep-like then a Wagoneer or a Cherokee. Both of which I consider to be perfectly fine examples of the Jeep brand.