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-Taz-

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In Topic: First Car?

10 October 2014 - 12:08 AM

Are we talking 90s Cherokees or new 2014 Cherokees? Because the 2014s are pieces of shit


In Topic: First Car?

09 October 2014 - 12:55 AM

I don't trust Cherokees. Pure and simple.
I live in South Dakota and about a dozen of the people I work with own Cherokees, none of whom hadn't had some sort of issue with them. One of my coworkers said that a Cherokee was designed when Chrysler said they had a ton of left-over parts and said just throw them all together.

I've owned a Subaru up here for almost 3 years now and have never had any issues whatsoever, including 3 successful ventures through blizzards to help pick up people who were stranded.

 

Don't get a Hummer. There's a certain stigma attached to them concerning your manhood, plus everybody thinks Hummer drivers are just douchebags in general.

 

As for old trucks, I haven't encountered many owners having leaf-spring problems up here even with trucks 20+ years-old. Maybe my experience is an anomaly, but that just doesn't sound like reason alone to throw out a good strong pick-up from the 70's-00's.

All cars have issues, but try to kill a 4.0L cherokee. You'll have a hard time doing it


In Topic: The car thread

14 September 2014 - 10:20 PM

I drove one of the media demos last month. One of the most comfortable interiors chrysler has, and they have some comfy interiors. Ride is like any other challenger, but more ponies obviously

In Topic: First Car?

11 September 2014 - 11:23 PM

You lose respect points in a liberty, they are almost as bad as (not exactly 4x4) 4x4 Patriots. They are shitty compact "SUV's" that are garbage. Any ZJ or WJ Grand, which i believe is 92-05 are the way to go. 06 and later have Active 4wd which is utter garbage because you can't lock it in high, only low

 

Watch out on older cherokees, because if I remember right they have leafs that are prone to sagging in the back. We haven't had a cherokee in for a few weeks so my memory is a tad fuzzy

 

Edit: Random note: I work at a Mopar Dealership and can tell you every issue to look out for with whatever setup you choose. Throw me a PM if you get a Jeep and I'll hook you up with some Mopar filters.


In Topic: First Car?

07 September 2014 - 07:55 PM

In Oregon half of the boarders driver subarus up to the mountain year round. Better mpg than most 4x4s that are around the same price

I personally like 4.0L Cherokees because they are practically wranglers without a removable top. You can do so much to those trucks, and the engine is bulletproof