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- Aug 24, 2022
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- South Jersey
- 2018 JLU
She saw it, wanted it, and we bought it.
My wife was the same way. She hates getting her hair in her face even when its pulled back. Now she has her Jeep hat that says no roads no problem and she doesnt care.My wife has never loved my vehicles (2012 Mazdaspeed3 and a 2016 WRX). She doesn't care but wasn't too excited for me to get a Jeep. She used to hate the sunroof open or the windows down... Hell she never used her panoramic sunroof on her Mercedes GLA250.
All of that changed when we got the Wrangler! Now she asks me to take the top off, doors off, and I've caught her enjoying her sunroof too!
Needless to say, getting the Jeep strongly changed her opinion!
Had to put steps. Its to high off the ground for her to get in without them. She has short people problems as she would put it.After lifting it, she told me I need "steppie bars". I declined and she told me that she can't wear a dress to church if I took the Jeep. Looks like the jeans are getting worn on the Sundays we take the Jeep.
When I got the Tundra I got the steps at her request, but the Jeep is not a Tundra.
I had a GMC sierra with a tonneau cover. We wouldn't have any room left in the bed of the truck. It was ridiculous.The Wrangler is actually good for traveling. Today's SUVs are all curvy in the back to give them that sleek look, while the Wranglers are basically 90degrees and allows you to jam a lot of stuff in there.
Got some strong incel vibes pumpin outta that post DAMN lol.Based on most of the comments around this forum. If the significant other hated Jeep they couldn’t own one. Most need permission from their other half to even consider a vehicle of any kind. Do the letters PW mean anything to you?