OK, I'll do a real story. Currently have a 1997 TJ that I just bought as a long term project (it needs a lot of work but is in decent shape) for my 14 yo son and I. However the first new vechicle I ever bought (after several used cars) was a 1979 CJ7 that I bought in January of 1979. A few weeks later we had a big snow storm that dumped something like 20 inches of snow in 2 days where I lived in Northern Virginia at the time. For a 23 YO who had a Jeep and a couple of days off work because of the snow it was the time of my life! I remember going to a friends house who lived at the end of a long cul-de-sac and being greeted by cheers from him and his brothers and sisters as I made it to the driveway- the only tire tracks anywhere around. I did a lot of grocery store runs for family and friends, as well as several trips for a local hospital to ferry doctors, nurses and other personal, back and forth from their homes. I remember just starting up a hill and a lady in a car came over the top and panicked and hit her brakes and started to slide sideways toward me, and, being in a Jeep, I just blasted over the side of the road and through a pile of snow and waited as the sliding car passed behind me and smacked into the guy who had been behind me. Only bummer was I had to stick around and give a report to the cops when they came. I also remember pulling a Fairfax County cop out of a snow drift so he didn't have to wait for a tow truck to do it. Even though I never got another Jeep until recently, I always have had a special place in my heart for them, and I am having a blast fixing the TJ up and working on it. You just can't have more fun in any vechicle like you can in a Jeep!!
Why? because I do, it takes us where ever we want to go, both urban (not a mall crawler but a Urban Dance transporter our little one is a Ballet Dancer), wilderness gets us out into the great Northwestern Ontario forest to see some awesome stuff and gets home safely which is what we love about our Jeep!!!