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yep. And are you really gonna take that $80k plus dimestore toy off into the toolies?
It looks really tough, there ain't no denying, but it's more for hanging up over the fireplace then it is for off roading.
Definitely an extreme cool factor.Them tires will beat your ass to death, and imagine the sound from them.I imagine the ride is pretty harsh as well.But, if that's your lifestyle.Never been much into that heavy off road stuff. My 4x4 Blazer is enough, though I wish it had a little more cargo space.
I've had my ass parked in four wheel drive vehicles since the late 70's.I didn't really get into the "4WD Lifestyle", they just were what I needed to do what I wanted to do.Through it all, I always maintained that a four wheeler's main claim to fame was that you could get yourself stuck a mile or so deeper in the woods with one.
"Get stuck in more interesting places."
my youngest brother flies helicopters as a test pilot. he sees some 4WD's down in Alabama in the swamps that were there three decades ago when he first trained on hueys. there is gators there around them carcasses just waiting for someone to attempt to retrieve them. there's more than one huey in the muck also.Not being the stubborn type, I've learned long ago that I won't take a machine into someplace I would find it difficult to walk out from. in as much my play area is the Rocky Mountains with passes to 11,000' and peaks above 14K', it is a real consideration when trekking around above the tree line. lions and bears do add spice to the overnight adventure. a guys got to look out for the young lions as they just have no fear.
JEEP = Just Empty Every Pocket
All that and it's STILL a Jeep.
So fancy and so much plastic, lots of LED lights. Yuge price tag. A good running International Scout would drag it down the street backward without breathing hard.
Lol, that's awesome!!
Jeep should have put that style nose on the Gladiator right from the factory. As delivered that Jeep they call a truck isn't worthy of the name reissue.
And it will never get a spot of mud on it.