|11-29-2010 09:18 PM|
|jebby||No problem.... my jeep is my daily driver as well and that is where it is most valuable to me.... that said wheel it when you can a stock wrangler will supprise you.... as for year im a tj driver (97) so i cant speek to the kjs but from what ive heard they hold there own (i think id spend the money on a loaded jeep a bit older and go with the newest tj you can find and put the extra into a rubi..... you will love it no matter what you choose|
|11-29-2010 08:18 PM|
Oh I'm not closed minded it's just that most people say that they will for a reason to buy a offroad vehicule and they never do. So I just say it honestly that my main idea is for road use.
I basicaly want to know if there are good reasons to buy a 2008, 2009 or 2010 other than a 2007.
|11-29-2010 06:41 PM|
dont turn that poor thing into a mall queen jeeps are meant to be muddy.... if your not into that get a hummer... lol
for real though the offroad itch will get ya.... just keep an open mind
|11-29-2010 06:29 PM|
Welcome to WranglerForum
I'm a TJer so I can't give you too much info on the JKs. If you don't plan on doing any off roading then I would stay as close to stock as possible when you buy one.
|11-29-2010 04:11 PM|
New jeep future owner
I've been looking and drooling at Jeeps forever. I will go for one next spring. I don't want to buy it brand new so I am looking to buy a Sahara 2007 or 2008 two doors. Since I have no experience with this product, is there a reason not to get a 2007 or 2008? I will use it all year long, sun, rain and snow. I will not use it as an offroad vehicule were a Rubicon would be too much for road use.