Join Date: Nov 2004
Location: chattanooga Tn.
I saw it while searching,but wasn't able to read the one I found..Thank you very much.
And also thank you for the unbias reviews on your purchase.Going through your post is what got my wife looking at the compass(or patriot) over a Toyota...thus saving us enough for me to purchase a wrangler---hopefully-lol
We have always loved our Jeep vehicles,but with our family and commutes both growing Jeep just didn't have anything to offer for our changing needs.For offroad and recreation I'm not a rockcrawler just weekend warrior,but nothing can replace the wranglers,xj's,renegades,etc..that's why we bought them.It is nice however to see Jeep expanding to meet more consumer needs,,as long as they don't completely forget about the roots they have with offroaders.
I will however admit the lineup is getting pretty watered down with just having to many vehicles but I think that in a few years Jeep will have narrowed the options down a little.Not that there is anything wrong with choices,but with so many new badges the R&D has to be suffering a little.I guess they never know what works unless they try,maybe it flops or maybe it's ground breaking but at least they are still working on things.