The JK in Shag's link is an '07 Rubi AND it's a very good price.you could buy an 05 or so rubicon for that price. i dont really care for those j/k's...they just arent "jeep" enough for me.
you could buy an 05 or so rubicon for that price. i dont really care for those j/k's...they just arent "jeep" enough for me.
I don't understand your statement... you get what you pay for. What you pay, trail rider or not, depends on what year it is and it's condition. If you want a trail rider for less $$$, you'll have to get a much older Jeep until you find what you're looking for in your price range. The vehicle in question is a stock '07 Rubicon hardtop with an automatic. Going by the pictures and mileage, it looks to be in very good shape and is a good deal.I am not sure I would dish out $16k for a trail rider though.
What makes it not so jeepy to you? I think if it had a lift, some bigger tires and the hard top taken off, it would be a sweet trail runner. I am not sure I would dish out $16k for a trail rider though.
Yes, a lot of hard plastic and it looks very cheap... that's the bean counters at work.just to "plasticy" for my taste...and i dont like the "mini van" v6 it has now either. i test drove a jk and it has great street manners and feels more like a light truck to me instead of a jeep. i think jeep built the jk to be more street friendly and more ride friendly to get people to buy more jeep vehicles which is not a bad thing...