4th Dec 2006, 16:17
I would like to piggy back on the last comment. If Mr. "it makes my skin crawl" can't understand that jeep people are a different sort than you are truly not one of us.
"It's a Jeep thing, you wouldn't understand", and you seemingly don't.
Oh and by the way, the first comment WAS very well written. Thanks!
27th Jan 2007, 21:14
I had a Cherokee and loved it. Now I am interested in a 70's wagoneer or a 60's super wagoneer. any one what I can expect to pay depending on condition? Are any available (I imagine the super can be hard to find) Any one got one for sale?
28th May 2012, 10:52
As a lifelong Jeep enthusiast, can somebody please explain why do folks insist on repeating (or including) the asinine slogan - "It's a Jeep Thing yada yada yada.. " in their reviews?
It's just a slogan some advertising executive (who probably never even owned a Jeep) dreamed up, and personally, as a Jeep owner I think it is one of the worst slogans I've ever heard.
Jeeps are great vehicles, we don't need advertising slogans to make that point - although IMO this slogan is pointless.
I'm glad I don't read "Oh what a feeling" when I read a Toyota review or "See the USA" when I read a Chevrolet review.
Why is it some of these Jeep reviewers have to use that slogan in their review - it does nothing to improve the review - in fact it makes me feel like the writers bought their vehicles for "image", rather than for all of the practical reasons to purchase a Jeep.
BTW - I've owned 6 Jeeps, and intend to drive one as long as I can drive, but you'll never hear me repeating that pointless slogan.