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Michelle
Michelle
Denver, Colorado
5.0
The Jeep JL: An American icon remains on top
My Jeep JL is the dream car that I've always wanted in life. I grew up watching Jurassic Park as a kid and have wanted a Jeep ever since. The Jeep JL is the Jeep that was basically in the book. The technology has finally caught up to what Michael Crichton envisioned over 25 years ago. It's spacious, it has great clearance and the four-door variant has plenty of storage for camping and other activities. I take it camping and off roading all the time, and my dog loves driving around town in the convertible. The Jeep is the most fun a car can be. An original Willy's may be more fun, but this won't kill you in a roller-over accident.
April
April
St. Marys, Georgia
5.0
Absolute best vehicle I ever owned
I have always loved owning Jeep Wranglers. My first vehicle was a 1995 Jeep Wrangler. I fell in love with that one the second I laid my eyes on it. I had to buy the one I have right now because I love Jeep brand vehicles. My favorite part is the removable doors. Every part of the Jeep can be removed and replaced as well. All you need is one wrench for it. I added side rails (the things you step on to get in the vehicle) because I am short and its hard to get in something that is up off the ground. They were made by Mopar and made very good. I then bought a new bumper and immediately added a winch to the Jeep. A Jeep is not complete without one. The Jeep I have already came with a lift kit. It runs amazingly off-road. There was also a snorkel on the jeep for the exhaust. I have had the water over the hood before and the Jeep kept on running!