From the pics posted here it looks like a cool Jeep toy, if it was radio controlled i'd buy one for my nephew. As for calling it a real Jeep, I'll wait till I can see one close up. It looks very plasticy and reminds me of an suv city boys buy and then when they see a dirt road or mud puddle they say they are off roading. But I will wait to say I completely hate it until I can actually see one, as with all change there will be some getting used to it.
And power windows on a Jeep? I guesse they would be nice for some but I will stick to my soft top and half doors with zippers.
The dash is way too "Sissy" for me. They should have gone to a more square look or at least square dash vent louvers! And what the hell are those pop up things on top of the dash? And that article calls last year models "Crap"--hmmmm!
Never say "I've got a gun." If you need to use deadly force, the first sound they hear should be the safety clicking off.
The average response time of a 911 call is 23 minutes, the response time of a .357 is 1400 feet per second.
Getting new bumpers will be a hassle with the built in fog lights. We'll have to buy new fog lights (or an aftermarket bracket possibly) and splice it in and re mount it. Unless aftermarket bumpers include it built in.
Silver Metallic finish with black dual tops - Dana 44 Rear 2.25" Suspension Lift with Old Man Emu Shocks Performance Accessories 1" Body Lift Daystar 1" Motor Mount Lift Spidertrax 1.25" Wheel Spacers - 32"x11.5" MT/R Tires
I guess I'm the only one who think it looks like poo. With as much as we do to our jeeps, I forsee a buttload of stuff that will just be taken off and thrown out. Not a simple enough design for me. Might make for a nice unmodded DD though, I like the interior.
Yeah, jeep has kept a really similar design over the years and this might be the straw that breaks the camel's back. After this design, theylle be looking like H2's in a few years with TOO many bling parts and creature comforts. A jeep is not supposed to be a luxury ride but oh well.