well from what it looks like, there is still only 2 rows of seat it just gives the people in the back another way to get in, instead of jumping through the roll bar of over the seat, so there is no carring more people on the trail. as for on the trail who seriously is going to take some thing that looks that luxrious out on the trail. have you seen the inside of it. it like jacking up a mercedies bens and putting it on the trail. the only reason it was made to appeal to the people with the big pocket books and nothing better to spend the money on. and the soccer moms to have and extremly large sunroof. and it will sell because it is not one of the cookie cutter cars it is unique and now everybody is going to want one because JEEP is the only make, untill someone else get the idea that "hey this really sells lets make one too" . they took the wrangler away from the offroading generation. but that is just my thoughts. every one has there own opinoin.
Matt W. RN, NREMT-B
Barling Fire department
2008 rubicon unlimited
yellow, soft top half doors, otherwise stock till I
get some money!
My first jeep, 97 wrangler SE **sold***
4 cyl, 5 spd, soft-top, 3 in. black dimaond lift, 32x11.50r15 Copper discover STT, 4.0 throttle body, 2" TBS, Underwindshield light bar with 6 lo-pro lights.
mostly blue, just a helpless shell. future rock crawler!
I've not sat in one yet, so I'm not sure if it 3 folks my size.
I'll keep you posted we get our first one in next week.
It will seat 3 average sized people relatively comfortably for a short while. I wouldn't want to get in the back with 2 of my buddies and drive to California, but would think that for trips around town, it would be great!
Originally Posted by Scout
I like "prick".
Go ahead...quote me on that.
"Hold my beer while I kiss your girlfriend... you have to be good for something"
If you have to ask what it is or what it does, you don't need it, and you will need help to install it!