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Old 03-03-2013, 09:01 PM   #31
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When I was 16 I had a 2005 LJ, by the time I was 17 I decided to be an idiot and sell it. Got a passport, xterra, Silverado, corolla and none of them made me happy. Now I'm back in a TJ. Get a TJ, a 97-00 model should be in your price range.

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not trashing you or the OP. BUt how many safe, smart, 16 year old driver are out there? Probably not many.
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My 03 sport was my first 4 wheeled vehicle (didnt kill any kittens this time) and if anything a Wrangler will make you a better driver. They stand up better than most in accidents, I was hit head on in late September early October of this past year by a drunk driver doing 40+mph. Needless to say I drove home that night and his cavalier was totaled. As for handling, I think it handles great, I can out run my friends Chevy Colorado in the twisties, and thats without a swaybar.
Your driving without a swaybar!!!
That's stupid !!!!
Trying to kill yourself ?
Go ahead and harm your self but your endangering other people on the road as well !!!

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Old 03-04-2013, 12:48 PM   #33
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A TJ is a great first vehicle. Reliable, easy to work on and fix yourself. Pretty safe in an accident, and has great 4wd. You will be able to drive nearly anything else well after learning on a jeep. The vehicle doesn't dictate safety, the driver does.
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Old 03-04-2013, 01:00 PM   #34
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Roll a jeep
Oops
Roll and suv less likely to walk away.
Buy what you want. Plenty of threads asking this same question.
Good luck on your search. Buy one if you want.
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Get what you want OP. I had an 87 YJ Laredo for my first car. It was a total heap, luckily it was my parents but it had a ton of problems. I wouldn't get a jeep unless you can afford a ton of repairs. I got a 95 YJ last year and have already put at least another 3k into it in maintenance, and that one was garage kept for 17 year! Have to do exhaust next weekend.

Also if you are set on a Jeep get one from a private seller, not a stealership. You will get a better deal and you can talk them down.
My god is every Jeep you know of a heap? I swear you posted the other day about how your friends JK was junk.... And made on Korea.

OP they are not all money pits and most will go for a long time! Well they can be money pits but that'll be in all the cool upgrades you find & gotta have!
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My god is every Jeep you know of a heap? I swear you posted the other day about how your friends JK was junk.... And made on Korea.

OP they are not all money pits and most will go for a long time! Well they can be money pits but that'll be in all the cool upgrades you find & gotta have!
I second this.

My TJ is 13 years old, 130k+ miles, and over the nearly 3 years I have owned it I have spent less than 200 on it, including fluid changes and spark plugs. The only failure I have had has been 1 squeaky u joint and the blower motor resistor. one part is less than 20 and one is less than 40.

This is what I call reliability.
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Your driving without a swaybar!!!
That's stupid !!!!
Trying to kill yourself ?
Go ahead and harm your self but your endangering other people on the road as well !!!
Hmm My jeep w/o a swaybar vs Adam's (sakicnut) w/ a swaybar which is more stable ?

Trying to kill myself, why would you think that, its not like I ride a motorcycle or anything like that oh wait I do, no Im just trying to have fun, and who knows what you could do when you have that extra 10min and the extra $400 your not spending on a antirock.

Im not driving drunk or acting like a idiot, like street racing for example , I know how to drive, Ive been doing it since I was ten.

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Roll a jeep
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Roll and suv less likely to walk away.
You'd know all about that
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Hmm My jeep w/o a swaybar vs Adam's (sakicnut) w/ a swaybar which is more stable ?

Trying to kill myself, why would you think that, its not like I ride a motorcycle or anything like that oh wait I do, no Im just trying to have fun, and who knows what you could do when you have that extra 10min and the extra $400 your not spending on a antirock.

Im not driving drunk or acting like a idiot, like street racing for example , I know how to drive, Ive been doing it since I was ten.



You'd know all about that

Drake street racing? I incouraged that to happen
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Hmm My jeep w/o a swaybar vs Adam's (sakicnut) w/ a swaybar which is more stable ?

Trying to kill myself, why would you think that, its not like I ride a motorcycle or anything like that oh wait I do, no Im just trying to have fun, and who knows what you could do when you have that extra 10min and the extra $400 your not spending on a antirock.

Im not driving drunk or acting like a idiot, like street racing for example , I know how to drive, Ive been doing it since I was ten.

You'd know all about that
Nag nag nag

Put your swaybar back on and quit being mean.

Roll it get back up and do it agin.


Wait you drive a motorcycle ??
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Drake street racing? I incouraged that to happen
Im sure you did or was it the other way around, he encouraged you?

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Nag nag nag

Put your swaybar back on and quit being mean.

Roll it get back up and do it agin.
You rolled with a swaybar, hmmm

Btw call me next time you choose to roll it, I'll bring a camera and make popcorn
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Im sure you did or was it the other way around, he encouraged you?

You rolled with a swaybar, hmmm

Btw call me next time you choose to roll it, I'll bring a camera and make popcorn
I gots a helmet know
And he started it lol

I think these peeps think we be arguing.
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Taking my swaybar off today drake.
Hey but i never knew my jeep could do 92 mph towards wooly's
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Being a Jeep lover myself, I'd never get rid of mine and I never want to drive anything else. But that is just the opinion of myself and most Jeep owners. My husband hates my Jeep as do some other people I know. So my suggestion is to make sure you drive some and truly love them. You just might not.
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I gots a helmet know
And he started it lol

I think these peeps think we be arguing.
Which helmet were you wearing?

Well, Im ending it...

We're not arguing,we're having a creative discussion

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Taking my swaybar off today drake.
Hey but i never knew my jeep could do 92 mph towards wooly's
And another one bites the dust.... oh wait wrong song... DRAKE!!! what'd you do to my new fangled recerd thingy.

Now who do you believe started the race?
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Taking my swaybar off today drake.
Hey but i never knew my jeep could do 92 mph towards wooly's
You better run ...........
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Ya know who I blame.
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Old 03-04-2013, 04:06 PM   #49
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My personal opinion is no, it is not a good first car. Unless you are a heck of a mechanic. I would not have bought mine if money to replace parts and service it properly was a concern. If you have 6500, you can buy a much more reliable, low mileage ride.
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Don't ever forget, Jeep + Quadratech = Money Pit...

if you dont like quadratech, insert 4-wheel parts or any other jeep parts supplier and you will get the same answer.. its difficult to stop modifing with everything out there you can do..

other than that.. they sure are a hellofalotafun --
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Ok. My 2c worth. Took me 4 years and a Zuke (Tracker) to figure it out and get it right.

If removing the dash to change the heater blower resister scares you....don't buy a jeep.

If dropping the axle to put hockey pucks in so you can run 33's (or whatever) scares you..don't buy a jeep.

If 15 MPG scares you at $4.00 a gallon....don't buy a jeep.

If you plan on drag racing a neon-lighted Nissan SX-???? with sub-woofers in the back...don't buy a jeep.

If you plan on hearing the radio at 65 mph....buy a jeep with a really loud stereo!

If you like young blonds that like the sun on their skin and think 'topless' is cool....buy a jeep; drive slowly and park often!!!!


just a few jokes, but really: you gotta work on it. You gotta work at it (driving safely and knowing your limits). You gotta love all the sacrifices you make not having a CAR (a jeep ain't a car) to enjoy all the freedom, sunshine and sheer joy of living that a jeep can give.

No dry seats
No cheap fill-ups
No maintenance free operations
Not a race car

Fun in the sun
Girls and dogs love jeeps
Go anywhere
Enjoy it while you can....
learn your limits.

Love my LJ....so does my wife, so does my dog, so do my kids.
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Jeep for a first car

hey Adam -
I haven't read everything everyone else has said here, but i am now 36 and at 18 decided I was in the same boat as you... had always wanted a jeep and very diligently saved my money up for one. I looked at 95 wranglers (which were brand new at the time) but decided when the new 97 TJs came out to go that route. I put a deposit on a order for a brand new jeep and paid for it in full later that year - that was December 96 and I am happy to say I still drive it today. Needs a paint job but other than that is perfect (in my opinion). People always told me I should not buy a Jeep as a first car, but it has served me very well. I've driven it from VA to CA and back, and have over 210k on it now. Maybe I just got a good one, but other than regular maintenance, I've had zero problems with it. Now my wife would like me to look into a JK 4-door (because the TJ can't carry her with the 3 kiddos
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Hey,

My name is Adam. I am 16 years old and I am thinking about buying a Jeep Wrangler for my first car. I have been saving up all my money and working for two years, and have saved about 6500$. I have been looking and Jeeps in that price range are usually the late 1990s.

I was wondering if anyone had any advice regarding Jeeps for first cars, as if they are practical, reliable, and are they easy/cheap to fix. I really would love to get a Jeep however I want to know from guys who have had experience if for a first car if it is a good idea.


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My first jeep was a 80's cj I bought it for 700 bucks , prolly the biggest POS I ever owned but would I have gone back and not bought it at 14 ...not on your life , as I said POS but I had the $$$ to put it back together & the time I found out rapidly how to and how not to fix it and by the time I was 16 I had all the bells and whistles I was going to put on it and knew how to drive it , keep in mind it is a JEEP not a sports car you want something with flash buy something else but IF you are mechanically inclined buy a jeep for around 2-4 k that way you can dress it up how you want it and and make it yours Jeep are awesome as a kid , flipping them is possible but unlikely unless as noted in many other posts you drive like an idiot ...I think all said and done my old CJ cost me about 3k in upgrades and the damn thing is still running and driven by my best friend's kids now out in MA just my 1 & 1/2 cents that may make no sense but hey go get it and play in the mudd
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Deffinetly a good first ride. I have a younger brother of a 10 year e gap. Turning 16 this year. I'm Gunna help him buy his first keep when he's passed his learning permit test as drive on his own in a year an a bit. Gunna e an older 2 door. For a couple thousand. All that matters is it runs good and is Gunna be reliable and he can handle the rest. Good learning experience I figure. That's how I learned. Bought an 81 Chevy silverado single cab long box with a 6 inch lift and a 350 in it when i first got my licence. Learned alot from that one . Learned how expensive it can get too lol.
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hey Adam -
I haven't read everything everyone else has said here, but i am now 36 and at 18 decided I was in the same boat as you... had always wanted a jeep and very diligently saved my money up for one. I looked at 95 wranglers (which were brand new at the time) but decided when the new 97 TJs came out to go that route. I put a deposit on a order for a brand new jeep and paid for it in full later that year - that was December 96 and I am happy to say I still drive it today. Needs a paint job but other than that is perfect (in my opinion). People always told me I should not buy a Jeep as a first car, but it has served me very well. I've driven it from VA to CA and back, and have over 210k on it now. Maybe I just got a good one, but other than regular maintenance, I've had zero problems with it. Now my wife would like me to look into a JK 4-door (because the TJ can't carry her with the 3 kiddos
Good luck!
I roll a JKU on 35s with 488s it wheels great with open axels thru everything I have put it thru but there still is not enough room for my wife the two kids myself and luggage when we go on trips. But the jeep wheels With the best of them that is for sure. Just gotta get the trailer hitch carry basket thing and you will be set.
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I gotta say go for it. I'm 18 and I've looked on and off at them and honestly they're not that hard to drive(the Jk at least), very similar to my 2011 and 2012 rams except a lot less get up and go(even with the pentastar, one of the reasons I haven't gotten one lol). But my buddy has 3(yj and tj) and he loves them to death and he hasn't done many repairs to any of them. A well maintained wrangler will be very reliable plus they hold their value well compared to other vehicles
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Well I just sold my ls1 cj7 i love that effin jeep but mine had the biggest problem that most jeeps suffer from taken care of and.that is the engine. An ls swap made it a whole lot faster.than most jk but.with the dependability of a toyota lol. Everything else on it does go wrong from suspension parts to th stupid battery holder. I love my jeep but had to sell it since i.have a ram 3500 dually and a busa women love motorcycle and the guys appreciate a smoke show. As far as the jeep for a first vehicle it would be great because.you will learn how to lower your standards for any future vehicles u buy. Like when i was looking.at jeeps recently i was happy that the jeep had power windows and.heat no ac lol. You learn to be a utilitarian and use every single part on your jeep to.its limits. Besides any future.back problems you may have buy.the jeep jt.will keep you smiling for the rest of hour life
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Got mine 2 years ago best vehicle on the planet yeah they aren't the best on fuel but that's beside the point I have worked for everything that I have added to that jeep really fun offroad great first car hope all goes well OlllO!
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It doesn't have to be your first vehicle but don't wait till 40 like I did.
Or 55 like me. But on the other hand, you appreciate it more when you coveted one for decades.

PS I got an '01 TJ 6 cyl/5 spd with 115k miles on it. Had to replace the catalytic converter and all 4 O2 sensors to pass emissions, but in the 3 1/2 years I've had it, it's been bulletproof. I say go for it. Leave it stock if reliability is paramount. Just drive safe.

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