It's a Jeep, not a "car".

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Winter is over. There's longer a need for threads like this. 🙄
Then why are you here reading this thread? Go outside and play in the mud! :)
 
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I struggle with this lol I usually call it my Jeep tho. I will personally never call it a truck tho... feels like you’re just trying to compensate by calling it something that it’s not. I’ve even heard people call minivans their “truck” before, makes me cringe :CWL:
 

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A Willys, CJ, or Wrangler are different than most other vehicles manufactured. They deserve the distinction of being called "Jeep". Having seen older Cherokees and Grand Cherokees doing some pretty gnarly off-roading, I won't cringe when owners refer to them as a Jeep (and, I have had two Grand Cherokees myself). But, the Jeep name is synonymous with an off-road capable vehicle, and unfortunately, Jeep has diluted that reputation with some highly questionable (and regrettable) models.
 
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