The only problem I have is my commute. I wish it were longer, over more uneven terrain & involves frequent engagement of 4x4.
Other than that.... ummm... nothing too major. Go buy it. Then post pictures for us!
Originally Posted by smcutter
It's hard to give you good advice at this point. It's almost like you're saying, "I want to have sex, but don't want to get her pregnant. I can't afford condoms, so for now I just want to use Saran Wrap. What brand would you recommend?"
Regular plain jane X 4 door. couple of minor things. Squeaky clutch(fixed) clutch slave cylinder(fixed). Leaky top(learned how to put on right. How much fun I have with my Jeep -priceless. Go buy it with the full understanding that you have one of the most flexible vehicles on the road-most off road capable, convertible, still practical for everyday use, doors come off, top comes off, windshield comes down, water resistant interior. It is not a suburban or an explorer, it is not a bmw, it does not ride like a car or an suv, it is slower than you are used to, won't turn as fast, gets weak gas mileage but I love it
91 Grand Wagoneer(Winter vehicle/project)
Prior 08 Wrangler JK Lifted-Miss her
Heard the hard top leaks. But I love my 2009 Sahara. Never owned a Jeep before and honestly was a little skeptical about buying one. My wife wanted the 4-door and thought, with my experience with worked Mustangs from engines to suspensions (I have one with full Griggs tubular susp.) know these trucks ride like, uh, trucks. So I didn't want to hear my wife not liking it a week after we bought it because it rides like my Stang. But, to my surprise, this thing is AWESOME! We can't wait to take the top off it and go to the beach. Only drove it "off road" once in 15" of snow and it was fun watching those Benz SUV's have a hard time getting out of their own way. Had one guy watch me literally drive OVER a 3 foot pile of snow plowed up in what was an entrance to the train station when I went to pick up the wife. I pulled over and he walked over to me and asked if I had a shovel so he can dig his Subaru Forrester out from the pile the plow pushed up against his car. hahahaha.... I told him "No, don't need one..." He said, "Yeah can see that..."