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Jeep Wrangler JL 2019 – Off Road Adventure Machine (ENG) – Test Drive and Review

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O Mateusz Stepien

Mateusz Stepien
Właściciel firmy Magic-IT, wielki fan motoryzacji, który nie boi się dzielić swoją wiedzą.

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    Nice one

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    Nice one

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    Nice one

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    i like it (except that ugly front bumper) and i want one but it's way too overpriced

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    i like it (except that ugly front bumper) and i want one but it's way too overpriced

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    i like it (except that ugly front bumper) and i want one but it's way too overpriced

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    Dieter Fontaine

    Lol, the first thing that popped my mind was: which car is best for off-roading? This Jeep Wrangler, the Land Rover Defender or the Toyota Land Cruiser.

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    Dieter Fontaine

    Lol, the first thing that popped my mind was: which car is best for off-roading? This Jeep Wrangler, the Land Rover Defender or the Toyota Land Cruiser.

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    Dieter Fontaine

    Lol, the first thing that popped my mind was: which car is best for off-roading? This Jeep Wrangler, the Land Rover Defender or the Toyota Land Cruiser.

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    There hasnt been a good Jeep made since Amc sold out the new ones are over priced crap

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    There hasnt been a good Jeep made since Amc sold out the new ones are over priced crap

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    There hasnt been a good Jeep made since Amc sold out the new ones are over priced crap

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    Wow, talk about over priced. Here in Canada the Wrangler starts at 33.5k CAD or 23k Euro. I see a lot of them in downtown Toronto. It's kind of a poseur car. Jeep is also fighting it out with Range rover for being the rock bottom of build quality aren't they? JD power. Therefor, if I wanted a 4×4 to throw around I'd buy the Suzuki Jimny for half the price. The Jimny looks the part. The Wrangler with leather seats looks pretentious. Anyways, the Jimny isn't available in NA and I don't want to go off road, so there it is.

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      Well, in NA the Jeep is an every(wo)man's car. In Europe it's up there with premium brands (in terms of cost, because definitely not quality).

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    Wow, talk about over priced. Here in Canada the Wrangler starts at 33.5k CAD or 23k Euro. I see a lot of them in downtown Toronto. It's kind of a poseur car. Jeep is also fighting it out with Range rover for being the rock bottom of build quality aren't they? JD power. Therefor, if I wanted a 4×4 to throw around I'd buy the Suzuki Jimny for half the price. The Jimny looks the part. The Wrangler with leather seats looks pretentious. Anyways, the Jimny isn't available in NA and I don't want to go off road, so there it is.

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      Well, in NA the Jeep is an every(wo)man's car. In Europe it's up there with premium brands (in terms of cost, because definitely not quality).

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    Wow, talk about over priced. Here in Canada the Wrangler starts at 33.5k CAD or 23k Euro. I see a lot of them in downtown Toronto. It's kind of a poseur car. Jeep is also fighting it out with Range rover for being the rock bottom of build quality aren't they? JD power. Therefor, if I wanted a 4×4 to throw around I'd buy the Suzuki Jimny for half the price. The Jimny looks the part. The Wrangler with leather seats looks pretentious. Anyways, the Jimny isn't available in NA and I don't want to go off road, so there it is.

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      Well, in NA the Jeep is an every(wo)man's car. In Europe it's up there with premium brands (in terms of cost, because definitely not quality).

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    if you do not neet boot space – get the jimny… twice as cheap, will never break and will go wherever wrangler does

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    if you do not neet boot space – get the jimny… twice as cheap, will never break and will go wherever wrangler does

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    if you do not neet boot space – get the jimny… twice as cheap, will never break and will go wherever wrangler does

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    I just don't get why the EU version have that massive and ugly front bumber, big as a bench. The US one is smaller and nicer

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      Safety regulations. It's to make you a cripple, rather than kill you on the spot 🙂

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      @Marek Drives Oh well, I guess all the off roader will take them off anyway, and put steel front bumper, so they can havemore fun and kill me faster on a crosswalk

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      mipmipmipmipmip

      what's funny is that in the 1980s the laws were the other way around and the US versions had to add ugly bumpers to everything

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    I just don't get why the EU version have that massive and ugly front bumber, big as a bench. The US one is smaller and nicer

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      Safety regulations. It's to make you a cripple, rather than kill you on the spot 🙂

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      @Marek Drives Oh well, I guess all the off roader will take them off anyway, and put steel front bumper, so they can havemore fun and kill me faster on a crosswalk

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      mipmipmipmipmip

      what's funny is that in the 1980s the laws were the other way around and the US versions had to add ugly bumpers to everything

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    I just don't get why the EU version have that massive and ugly front bumber, big as a bench. The US one is smaller and nicer

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      Safety regulations. It's to make you a cripple, rather than kill you on the spot 🙂

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      @Marek Drives Oh well, I guess all the off roader will take them off anyway, and put steel front bumper, so they can havemore fun and kill me faster on a crosswalk

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      mipmipmipmipmip

      what's funny is that in the 1980s the laws were the other way around and the US versions had to add ugly bumpers to everything

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    Don't think the Defender will be a competitor. It's not even the type of car.

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    Don't think the Defender will be a competitor. It's not even the type of car.

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    Don't think the Defender will be a competitor. It's not even the type of car.

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    The Jeep Wrangler only gets a 1 star safety rating from Euro NCAP.

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    The Jeep Wrangler only gets a 1 star safety rating from Euro NCAP.

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    The Jeep Wrangler only gets a 1 star safety rating from Euro NCAP.

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    The Jeep Wrangler only gets a 1 star safety rating from Euro NCAP.

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    Łukasz Lesicki

    Marek, if you want to test Sahara without a roof and door or make any other shots, I invite you to Poznań. I bought same one but with a petrol 2.0 Turbo engine 1.5 months ago and I’ll gladly lend it. And now I will surprise you, this is currently my only car, and before it in reverse order I had 911 996, Subaru Outback, MX5 NCfl Kirei, MX5 NC. P.S. After good negotiations in the salon, the price from the initial 226k dropped to 182 thousand + 5 years warranty + 3 years of service package (and this is a new car, not a demo). Therefore, do not scare viewers with the price, because it is the starting price 🤣

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    Łukasz Lesicki

    Marek, if you want to test Sahara without a roof and door or make any other shots, I invite you to Poznań. I bought same one but with a petrol 2.0 Turbo engine 1.5 months ago and I’ll gladly lend it. And now I will surprise you, this is currently my only car, and before it in reverse order I had 911 996, Subaru Outback, MX5 NCfl Kirei, MX5 NC. P.S. After good negotiations in the salon, the price from the initial 226k dropped to 182 thousand + 5 years warranty + 3 years of service package (and this is a new car, not a demo). Therefore, do not scare viewers with the price, because it is the starting price 🤣

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    Łukasz Lesicki

    Marek, if you want to test Sahara without a roof and door or make any other shots, I invite you to Poznań. I bought same one but with a petrol 2.0 Turbo engine 1.5 months ago and I’ll gladly lend it. And now I will surprise you, this is currently my only car, and before it in reverse order I had 911 996, Subaru Outback, MX5 NCfl Kirei, MX5 NC. P.S. After good negotiations in the salon, the price from the initial 226k dropped to 182 thousand + 5 years warranty + 3 years of service package (and this is a new car, not a demo). Therefore, do not scare viewers with the price, because it is the starting price 🤣

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    Łukasz Lesicki

    Marek, if you want to test Sahara without a roof and door or make any other shots, I invite you to Poznań. I bought same one but with a petrol 2.0 Turbo engine 1.5 months ago and I’ll gladly lend it. And now I will surprise you, this is currently my only car, and before it in reverse order I had 911 996, Subaru Outback, MX5 NCfl Kirei, MX5 NC. P.S. After good negotiations in the salon, the price from the initial 226k dropped to 182 thousand + 5 years warranty + 3 years of service package (and this is a new car, not a demo). Therefore, do not scare viewers with the price, because it is the starting price 🤣

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    mipmipmipmipmip

    I live near the beach and this is the kind of car that surfer dudes would drive, so indeed not good for impressing women, because even when they didn't get the update, surfer dudes stopped being chick magnets since the original Point Break movie.

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    mipmipmipmipmip

    I live near the beach and this is the kind of car that surfer dudes would drive, so indeed not good for impressing women, because even when they didn't get the update, surfer dudes stopped being chick magnets since the original Point Break movie.

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    mipmipmipmipmip

    I live near the beach and this is the kind of car that surfer dudes would drive, so indeed not good for impressing women, because even when they didn't get the update, surfer dudes stopped being chick magnets since the original Point Break movie.

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    mipmipmipmipmip

    I live near the beach and this is the kind of car that surfer dudes would drive, so indeed not good for impressing women, because even when they didn't get the update, surfer dudes stopped being chick magnets since the original Point Break movie.

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    mipmipmipmipmip

    I live near the beach and this is the kind of car that surfer dudes would drive, so indeed not good for impressing women, because even when they didn't get the update, surfer dudes stopped being chick magnets since the original Point Break movie.

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    Lol! I’m American and this whole review is spot on!

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    Lol! I’m American and this whole review is spot on!

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    Lol! I’m American and this whole review is spot on!

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    Lol! I’m American and this whole review is spot on!

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    Lol! I’m American and this whole review is spot on!

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    My experience owning one so far…

    Every ad, pamphlet, sales literature and even the sales pitch at the dealership revolve around it's off road capabilities. Yet doing things I did on a weekend basis with my 20 year old Wrangler TJ Sahara caused the yolk on the front inner axle to fail, taking out a ball joint and snapped an ear off of the now cheap aluminum steering knuckle. All on a brand new 2019 Wrangler JL Rubicon!

    First they tried to brush me off due to evidence of mud under the vehicle (for real?). The argument quickly escalated that I possibly hit something despite 0 damage on any other components. They wouldn't say I did hit something for sure, but since it was a possibility… they had an argument. It was also a possibility a part failed… just saying. When making it clear I couldn't be without a vehicle any longer and that I have to get it fixed, I asked if it needed anything else. They didn't know, as they didn't inspect it. They just saw it was broke and dirty and essentially just said nope unless I paid up. I was told they could see if anything aside from what they could see by looking behind the tire was broke, but I'd have to pay for a full inspection. At one point I was given the option to pay in "advance" to speed up the repairs and if the warranty kicked in, I'd be reimbursed. Ya, right…

    Being jerked around between the dealership and customer service, I took my jeep elsewhere to get fixed. Doing so apparently waived my right to complain anymore or receive compensation. But after 2 weeks of being without a vehicle… it had to be done. It turned into 3 weeks after everything was said and done.

    That's what 60k buys you!

    I've posted this a few times on Jeeps facebook page. Which are all deleted and I am blocked now from commenting. Guess your only allowed to tell people to go ahead and void your warranty work, it's fun!

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    My experience owning one so far…

    Every ad, pamphlet, sales literature and even the sales pitch at the dealership revolve around it's off road capabilities. Yet doing things I did on a weekend basis with my 20 year old Wrangler TJ Sahara caused the yolk on the front inner axle to fail, taking out a ball joint and snapped an ear off of the now cheap aluminum steering knuckle. All on a brand new 2019 Wrangler JL Rubicon!

    First they tried to brush me off due to evidence of mud under the vehicle (for real?). The argument quickly escalated that I possibly hit something despite 0 damage on any other components. They wouldn't say I did hit something for sure, but since it was a possibility… they had an argument. It was also a possibility a part failed… just saying. When making it clear I couldn't be without a vehicle any longer and that I have to get it fixed, I asked if it needed anything else. They didn't know, as they didn't inspect it. They just saw it was broke and dirty and essentially just said nope unless I paid up. I was told they could see if anything aside from what they could see by looking behind the tire was broke, but I'd have to pay for a full inspection. At one point I was given the option to pay in "advance" to speed up the repairs and if the warranty kicked in, I'd be reimbursed. Ya, right…

    Being jerked around between the dealership and customer service, I took my jeep elsewhere to get fixed. Doing so apparently waived my right to complain anymore or receive compensation. But after 2 weeks of being without a vehicle… it had to be done. It turned into 3 weeks after everything was said and done.

    That's what 60k buys you!

    I've posted this a few times on Jeeps facebook page. Which are all deleted and I am blocked now from commenting. Guess your only allowed to tell people to go ahead and void your warranty work, it's fun!

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    My experience owning one so far…

    Every ad, pamphlet, sales literature and even the sales pitch at the dealership revolve around it's off road capabilities. Yet doing things I did on a weekend basis with my 20 year old Wrangler TJ Sahara caused the yolk on the front inner axle to fail, taking out a ball joint and snapped an ear off of the now cheap aluminum steering knuckle. All on a brand new 2019 Wrangler JL Rubicon!

    First they tried to brush me off due to evidence of mud under the vehicle (for real?). The argument quickly escalated that I possibly hit something despite 0 damage on any other components. They wouldn't say I did hit something for sure, but since it was a possibility… they had an argument. It was also a possibility a part failed… just saying. When making it clear I couldn't be without a vehicle any longer and that I have to get it fixed, I asked if it needed anything else. They didn't know, as they didn't inspect it. They just saw it was broke and dirty and essentially just said nope unless I paid up. I was told they could see if anything aside from what they could see by looking behind the tire was broke, but I'd have to pay for a full inspection. At one point I was given the option to pay in "advance" to speed up the repairs and if the warranty kicked in, I'd be reimbursed. Ya, right…

    Being jerked around between the dealership and customer service, I took my jeep elsewhere to get fixed. Doing so apparently waived my right to complain anymore or receive compensation. But after 2 weeks of being without a vehicle… it had to be done. It turned into 3 weeks after everything was said and done.

    That's what 60k buys you!

    I've posted this a few times on Jeeps facebook page. Which are all deleted and I am blocked now from commenting. Guess your only allowed to tell people to go ahead and void your warranty work, it's fun!

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    My experience owning one so far…

    Every ad, pamphlet, sales literature and even the sales pitch at the dealership revolve around it's off road capabilities. Yet doing things I did on a weekend basis with my 20 year old Wrangler TJ Sahara caused the yolk on the front inner axle to fail, taking out a ball joint and snapped an ear off of the now cheap aluminum steering knuckle. All on a brand new 2019 Wrangler JL Rubicon!

    First they tried to brush me off due to evidence of mud under the vehicle (for real?). The argument quickly escalated that I possibly hit something despite 0 damage on any other components. They wouldn't say I did hit something for sure, but since it was a possibility… they had an argument. It was also a possibility a part failed… just saying. When making it clear I couldn't be without a vehicle any longer and that I have to get it fixed, I asked if it needed anything else. They didn't know, as they didn't inspect it. They just saw it was broke and dirty and essentially just said nope unless I paid up. I was told they could see if anything aside from what they could see by looking behind the tire was broke, but I'd have to pay for a full inspection. At one point I was given the option to pay in "advance" to speed up the repairs and if the warranty kicked in, I'd be reimbursed. Ya, right…

    Being jerked around between the dealership and customer service, I took my jeep elsewhere to get fixed. Doing so apparently waived my right to complain anymore or receive compensation. But after 2 weeks of being without a vehicle… it had to be done. It turned into 3 weeks after everything was said and done.

    That's what 60k buys you!

    I've posted this a few times on Jeeps facebook page. Which are all deleted and I am blocked now from commenting. Guess your only allowed to tell people to go ahead and void your warranty work, it's fun!

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    My experience owning one so far…

    Every ad, pamphlet, sales literature and even the sales pitch at the dealership revolve around it's off road capabilities. Yet doing things I did on a weekend basis with my 20 year old Wrangler TJ Sahara caused the yolk on the front inner axle to fail, taking out a ball joint and snapped an ear off of the now cheap aluminum steering knuckle. All on a brand new 2019 Wrangler JL Rubicon!

    First they tried to brush me off due to evidence of mud under the vehicle (for real?). The argument quickly escalated that I possibly hit something despite 0 damage on any other components. They wouldn't say I did hit something for sure, but since it was a possibility… they had an argument. It was also a possibility a part failed… just saying. When making it clear I couldn't be without a vehicle any longer and that I have to get it fixed, I asked if it needed anything else. They didn't know, as they didn't inspect it. They just saw it was broke and dirty and essentially just said nope unless I paid up. I was told they could see if anything aside from what they could see by looking behind the tire was broke, but I'd have to pay for a full inspection. At one point I was given the option to pay in "advance" to speed up the repairs and if the warranty kicked in, I'd be reimbursed. Ya, right…

    Being jerked around between the dealership and customer service, I took my jeep elsewhere to get fixed. Doing so apparently waived my right to complain anymore or receive compensation. But after 2 weeks of being without a vehicle… it had to be done. It turned into 3 weeks after everything was said and done.

    That's what 60k buys you!

    I've posted this a few times on Jeeps facebook page. Which are all deleted and I am blocked now from commenting. Guess your only allowed to tell people to go ahead and void your warranty work, it's fun!

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    Christian Rönn

    I can understand why they put a cover over the USB ports since the roof comes off and people will bury the thing in mud up to the windshield wipers, but in reality I would have a cable plugged in all the time and the cover would just be open, ugly and in the way.

    I talked to a guy that daily drives a fairly recent Wrangler, no idea what year but it's got a "CRD" diesel badge on the back. I asked him how it is to live with every day and he replied that it isn't too bad. He also owns another Wrangler that's set up for offroading and going back to his daily after spending some time that is apparently like jumping into an E class.

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    Christian Rönn

    I can understand why they put a cover over the USB ports since the roof comes off and people will bury the thing in mud up to the windshield wipers, but in reality I would have a cable plugged in all the time and the cover would just be open, ugly and in the way.

    I talked to a guy that daily drives a fairly recent Wrangler, no idea what year but it's got a "CRD" diesel badge on the back. I asked him how it is to live with every day and he replied that it isn't too bad. He also owns another Wrangler that's set up for offroading and going back to his daily after spending some time that is apparently like jumping into an E class.

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    Christian Rönn

    I can understand why they put a cover over the USB ports since the roof comes off and people will bury the thing in mud up to the windshield wipers, but in reality I would have a cable plugged in all the time and the cover would just be open, ugly and in the way.

    I talked to a guy that daily drives a fairly recent Wrangler, no idea what year but it's got a "CRD" diesel badge on the back. I asked him how it is to live with every day and he replied that it isn't too bad. He also owns another Wrangler that's set up for offroading and going back to his daily after spending some time that is apparently like jumping into an E class.

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    Christian Rönn

    I can understand why they put a cover over the USB ports since the roof comes off and people will bury the thing in mud up to the windshield wipers, but in reality I would have a cable plugged in all the time and the cover would just be open, ugly and in the way.

    I talked to a guy that daily drives a fairly recent Wrangler, no idea what year but it's got a "CRD" diesel badge on the back. I asked him how it is to live with every day and he replied that it isn't too bad. He also owns another Wrangler that's set up for offroading and going back to his daily after spending some time that is apparently like jumping into an E class.

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    Christian Rönn

    I can understand why they put a cover over the USB ports since the roof comes off and people will bury the thing in mud up to the windshield wipers, but in reality I would have a cable plugged in all the time and the cover would just be open, ugly and in the way.

    I talked to a guy that daily drives a fairly recent Wrangler, no idea what year but it's got a "CRD" diesel badge on the back. I asked him how it is to live with every day and he replied that it isn't too bad. He also owns another Wrangler that's set up for offroading and going back to his daily after spending some time that is apparently like jumping into an E class.

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    Hey, Marek. I was meaning to tell you that I like the images from the new intro, but find the sound a bit annoying. Probably that high tone at the end of it. Cheers!

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    Hey, Marek. I was meaning to tell you that I like the images from the new intro, but find the sound a bit annoying. Probably that high tone at the end of it. Cheers!

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    Hey, Marek. I was meaning to tell you that I like the images from the new intro, but find the sound a bit annoying. Probably that high tone at the end of it. Cheers!

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    Hey, Marek. I was meaning to tell you that I like the images from the new intro, but find the sound a bit annoying. Probably that high tone at the end of it. Cheers!

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    Hey, Marek. I was meaning to tell you that I like the images from the new intro, but find the sound a bit annoying. Probably that high tone at the end of it. Cheers!

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