Discussion in 'The Bar' started by Harry Gibbs, Jul 21, 2014.
holy shit texas. only steers and queers come from texas.
They tested one in the American version of Top Gear.
It struggled a bit.
Off road is a bit of a relative term, as I have taken a Prius "off road."
What type of terrain are you looking at?
they look cool but don't seem like they're light enough to have the benefits of a jeep or powerful enough to have the benefits of a bigger rig.
mud, logging roads, minimum maintenance roads, deeper snow, etc.
I could say that it can get through most 4x4 conditions, assuming you're not pushing it through some extreme inclines or obstacles.
Are you thinking about replacing the Expedition or adding a new toy to the stable?
I think you'd be okay for that
neither, really. my gf really likes them and i was just wondering if they are legit or not. i need a 4x4 in my arsenal but if she wanted one i could see getting a nice sedan of some sort. but i'd hate it most of the time because i love my expedition.
Sure, if you're a total faggot.
It'd be a good chickmobile. I wouldn't buy one for serious off roading, though.
well then you know i'm getting one then.
you know what i'd love to have? one of these completely restored...
Judging by the picture, yeah.
The Jeep JK Rubicon is as off road capable out of the box as they come.
or one of these...
i had a jeep and loved it. my buddy drives a jeep of some sort...looks like a military black ops truck. hella cool.
Yeah, you can find those all over the place.
not here unless they're rusted out sitting in some hillbilly's lawn.
They aren't uncommon here at all.