No I read it clearly. I live in bear country myself so I get exactly how they work. What I didn’t understand was the exact concern with security and the Skytop?She was referring to the added security of the hard top when camping and bears could be around
I was driving 2019 2 door rubicons, the 2.0 (I like to call it the hurricane) I drove had the etorque system on them, and the 3.6 did not. It's my understanding that now that has been reversed so what you notice may vary. But around Denver I felt the 2.0 was noticably more powerful than the 3.6. I suspect that is due to the turbo engine losing less power at elevation than the naturally aspirated V6.I really wanted a V6 for the power because I’ve only had V4s in the past but I’m hearing that the V4 is comparable to the V6 with a little extra fuel savings which is a plus.
I explained this as well. I think it’s psychological by thinking there’s more of a barrier between her and the bear.No I read it clearly. I live in bear country myself so I get exactly how they work. What I didn’t understand was the exact concern with security and the Skytop?
So the bear is supposed to climb onto the roof of your Jeep, which is super slippery by the way, and somehow claw its way down, and rip his way past the row of metal bars of the skytop? For what exactly?
So no, I don’t follow, please enlighten me.
There are. there was a report of one with over 500k miles.Proven is a bit of a stretch, I don't think there's one out there with 300k just yet.