So then it's not the millennials buying the 2.0 if they arn't even the ones buying the Jeep at all. It's Mommy and Daddy boomer who bought the Jeep, and were tricked into the 2.0 by their freeloading child.Well you forgot that they stay at home in to their 30s and they finance from the mom pop bank without interest.
I doubt there is a millennial alive that fits the stereotype I described, let alone someone who happens to be on this forum. Blaming the existence of the "wrong" engine on a specific generation helps some people cope with the changing world that they don't care to understand. I'm sure that fuel injection was blamed on those damn generation X kids, just like how rock-n-roll was blamed on the baby boomers.Yeah okay this is mostly right, stereotype and all. I don't need a car, but grew up loving them and offroading. This was my "I paid off student loans in 5 years" present to myself, but yeah, the Millennial me had to have most of the tech (minus the safety packages, I grew up using mirrors and driving stick in trucks).
And dude, you gotta try vaping.
No vaping for me, but I do enjoy avocado toast.