I often (but not always) enjoy driving my Jeep. But love? Not even remotely close and I think that anyone who claims to love their car is either very abnormal, or simply does not understand the meaning of the word.
Nah, I freakin love my jeep haha. Idc wat people think. When I pull up to a party and get a bunch of compliments from girls who wanna go wheelin in it, I love my jeep lol maby u got the wrong jeep
Also love my motercycle for the same reason lol ofcoarse id choose it over a loved one. U can't buy another loved one when u get the money back. But I think I can love my non living objects and not be "abnormal" lol
I love my jeep because I can take my mom up to the mountains to cut a Christmas tree whilest it is snowing, take the trails that nobody else will because their minivans won't do it or they are scared to take their trucks up it, and scare the crap out of my mom.
Going up a rough hill:
"OMG! WE COULD START SLIDING AND LOSE CONTROL!!!"
"Yup, we're going to slide. We're going to slide right into that rut and we're going to stay in it until we get to the top."
Her eyes closed, her jaw clenched and her knuckles went white, and I went up the hill no problem. And we found a very nice Christmas tree for her off the beaten path.
I love my Jeep because when I park it someplace I often find people looking and admiring it. I live in Germany and most people drive small gas conscious cars (NOT ME) so when they see me I guess it's something different. Not to mention that I'm not lifted and the height of my tires are about the same height as their hood.
What happens in my KJ stays in my KJ °llllll°
My jeep is my first vehicle giving to me by my dad. I'm sure everyone gets attached to their first car. And they are so easy to do stuff to and easy to modify and make look good. Planning on a lift soon and possibly bigger tires. And a headliner-_-
Boy Scout motto: "Be Prepared" I like to know that with some tools, mods and my winch I am very prepared to go just about anywhere I want to go and to be able "help other people" (from the Cub Scout oath). It's funny to me when maintenance people, where I work, ask me if they can borrow tools.