I have been reading/hearing a lot of comments, (not here of course), along the lines of "Jeeps are for girls, a man drives a . . .(Insert vehicle here - usually a truck of some sort)" Is this a new thing? Or fairly common? For me, I had always considered the Jeep's military heritage and thus, it was a "manly" vehicle in my eyes. Maybe that had something to do with me having been in the Army. Clothes don't make the man, and certainly what someone drives has nothing to do with their masculinity or femininity or anything else, so I don't want this to become a debate on whether or not a man or woman should own a Jeep. Do what you want - regardless of how the world sees you. It's your money. However, I was just curious: Is owning a Jeep being considered more of a girl thing? One of the main reasons cited for "Jeeps Are For girls" is how small it is and that girls like to "sit up high".