Although quite rare at the moment (novelty factor). Contentment is not always there. Sometimes I want to keep it , however I always seem to be looking for options and best of a bad job deals. But unlike in the past I seem to be reluctant to take the plunge when push comes to shove. Not like me !. So my car seems to have something that keeps me holding on ?.
It's still looking stunning & has been well serviced. It's reliability has been excellent, what lets it down is it's fuel consumption around town/in a stop start situation = 17mpg. On a 70mph cruise, it achieves 27mpg. Due to it's age the Road Tax is reasonable. It owes me nothing - thank you Jeep.
The car was fun to have and drive but very impractical to own. For the size of the car, it had very little to no storage space inside. The 3.7Ltr petrol engine is very thirsty. Moreover, the attention to detail is very poor. It appears that all Jeep has done is swap the steering to the right had side and sent it over.
Relative good off-road although ground clearance at the front is an issue as well as the aluminium front differential housing that can crack very easily, on the road it is a heavy fat bottomed rear wheel drive car that is happy to fishtail due to the old fashioned straight rear axle in combination with a rear LSD with a mind of its own.