Discussion in 'OT Driven' started by Jeffery, Jan 20, 2006.
Dirty carpet, nasty headliners, and mildew smells
Once a luxury vehicle, now a piece of crap.
Since when were Cherokees luxury vehicles?
You fellas dont need to be all butthurt over facts, you both know as well as I do it is the truth.
I was thinking the same thing. Do you think he could have been any more vague with this statement???
I have been driving one for a week, hardly a luxury vehicle
Jeffery...are you thinking Grand Cherokees? Because I guess I can almost see them as luxury.
Any SUV with plush carpet and interior does not belong in an off road environment without extensive gutting of the interior
Jeffery in case you haven't noticed your little Rubicon came with plush carpet and interior... but then again it doesn't see an off road environment either.
I keep the rubi in pristene condition and have no need to defile my pride and joy with off road debris in my interior unlike your mouth breathing backwoods hick ass would
What's the point then?!
What do you want it?
Spotless with no swirl marks and a fresh coat of wax?
With the tire shine and the dressed fender wells as well as the detailed motor?
This is the dumbest, most pointless post and thread I have ever read. Every off-roading machine starts off with carpet. Why would you gut the interior, most people don't go off-roading by themselves, hence the reason they keep seats in their trucks. Next time don't post something so stupid
Not just that but most people use them for more than JUST offroading and having some comfort is nice.
A tip for the AVless...
Ignore Jeffery he's just a troll.
Whew! Now you're talking Dressed motor is a little overboard though.
dude have you ever been to colorado? I see WJs and XJs wheeling all the time. THey have the same downfall as every other jeep, with the added value of being sble to comfortably scare the crap out of 3 passenges at once!
What are jeep's downfalls? go searching.
I am not trying to knock jeeps. I think they are neat. and the aftermarket support is the best available.
SJ Cherokees > *
and mine has orange shag carpet... factory
.... yeah luxury
Grand Cherokee's .. but topic creator is still stupid, my buddy had a classic on 38s it was pretty dope.
And if you look back to the 70's/80's cherokees were intended to be the "sporty" base line for the SJ and early XJ's while the Wagoneer was the "luxury" version.
i take my WJ GC offroading.....nothing extreme yet cuz its still stock but its seen its fair share of off highway fun