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Great Vehicle even after 20 years
by Scott91MJ from Denver, Co | May 27, 2011
I've owned my Comanche for the past 6 years, the thing is powerful with the 4.0L I6. It will still out accelerate most new vehicles with the new technology under the hood. I have 256K on it so far and it is still running that strong.
I love this jeep so much I replaced a bunch of parts like the harmonic balancer, tie-rode ends, stabilizer bar, radiator, and a ton of rubber parts, and hundreds of dollars more. I paid $1000.00 bucks for it and I’m still forking out money but that’s ok because I love my Comanche.