from the article
3. Jeep Wrangler/Wrangler Unlimited
Though some might argue the iconic Wrangler and its four-door Wrangler Unlimited version are among the best-performing off-road vehicles, they suffer from limited passenger comfort, harsh and erratic ride and handling abilities and excessive wind noise at higher speeds. True, they get great resale value, but the Wranglers placed among the lowest scoring models in Consumer Reports’ testing, with the Unlimited also falling on its worst-values list; the original Jeep’s descendent also gets low marks in initial quality, performance, and reliability from J.D. Power.
If only wandering steering wasn't an issue, I totally disagree with the article.
Yeah... You can get a fully loaded Renegade Trailhawk for the starting price of that Rav4 Adventure. And have an actual low range transfer case while you're at it.Now that I read this, I KNEW I should have bought the *off-road capable* 4x4 Rav4. My friends would LOVE for me to taken them off-roading in the Ravy.
Anyone wanna go off roading with me? I am allowed to get a little mud on the side...but not too much! P.S. This is the most terrain I am allowed to go on (a few pebbles and some stray quarter size rocks)Yeah... You can get a fully loaded Renegade Trailhawk for the starting price of that Rav4 Adventure. And have an actual low range transfer case while you're at it.
Does anyone really care what Forbes says about Jeeps? I'm surprised they lowered themselves to even get in one, let alone test one! They think "Lockers" are something at a gymnasium to put your street cloths in!lol!
Actually- they are kinda right there. I owned 2 wrxs, an sti and a civic si. Honestly- the civic was a large step up in comfort and inside trim. Clearly lagging when it was compared in performance, but a really nice ride.quote Forbes "The WRX is Subaru’s rally car-like version of the Impreza, and if you’re of a certain disposition it can be a fun ride. However, it’s the least amenable Subaru in the showroom, with a skittish demeanor that makes it feel underdeveloped when held up against more sophisticated performance-minded models. Consider a Subaru BRZ, Toyota 86, or a Honda Civic Si or Type R instead." a Civic Si really, crazy