2019 Jeep two door Rubicon. Pretty much all the options. 5900 miles.
This was done online:
Carvana offer 36,800
Vroom offer 42,200
Why such a huge difference? The obvious choice is Vroom, but if you look online, what you read ain't too pretty. Anyone have any insights on any of...
if I saved up 50,000 dollars to live out my dream and climb Mount Everest, I'd be pretty pissed getting up there to see that great view and then see a Jeep wrangler im the background. Soooooooo.......as you might say, sew!
I'm pulling for ya, but you'll screw it up. Most all of us did.
Here's a tip of a glass to ya though. Enjoy the fruits of your labors while you can. As the great philosopher Al Bundy said:
"I'm jealous of everyone not married to you, Peg"
"Life didn't pass me by. it sat on my head."
I had a Jeep TJ a few years back and I have been thinking about getting another one to go with my JL. I finally found one yesterday I liked that seemed like it was in good condition and was the right color. Anyone else have the TJ/JL combo at home?
1). find a profession that has a high barrier of entry. Therefore, even if you suck, you can still make good money.
2). Make some good money and then take the skills you learn at that business and start your own.
Real money is made by owning your own over working to give it to someone else.
I said in an another thread that I really doubt people are lying about their incomes. Income really increases when you get into your 50's. Most everyone who claimed to make well into the six figures, I'm sure, were struggling in their 30's.
Here's something interesting I recently read...
mine is stock and only has 3900 miles on it and every time I go over a bridge with any type of a significant expansion joint on it, mine will start shimmying. It will stop once I slow down a bit. I had the recall done and it made no difference at all. From most things I have read, you can...
Have you ever gone to a city park or somewhere where they have those horrid picnic tables made out of concrete? If you like those, then you'll love the JL seats.
I liked the TJ seats the best. They actually had some softness in them. I liked the JK series second best. The JL is okay...
1) Buy whopping term life insurance policy.
2) Test drive new Wrangler at 70 mph
3) Glance at the speedometer
4) Look back at road and if you are looking at things that are not on a road, (trees/fences etc) then try a different wrangler
5) if you hear harp music and see that white light...
I have both. Anytime I get out of the Rubi and go back into the Grand Cherokee, I feel like I'm in total bliss. My Rubi wanders around like elderly in a nursing home. Sometimes I feel like I fight with it other than driving it. Stay with the GC. You won't be sorry.
Had a TJ that drove staight and pure.
Had a JK where the steering always felt a little loose, but it drove straight with no wobble.
50k later and I feel like I'm driving through that big red spot that's on Jupiter.
I think most people think it's a quirk or something. Wind whistling...
2019 model. Mine wanders around and is lost as a hooker at a star wars convention. Sometimes when I go over an expansion joint on bridges, the wheel will shake like willow tree in an Oklahoma tornado. Does it piss me off? Sure. Do I regret buying it at this point? Of course. It's a...
Mine cuts the volume on the radio to about half more often than not. it doesn't auto connect every time. I also get a blue screen pretty often too. Pretty frustrating, but I'm going to take it into the dealership and hope they can fix it.
My 2017 Jeep Grand Cherokee radio has always...