I am a road warrior for work, I and wanted a solid 4x4, not an "all wheel drive" vehicle that's primarily front or real drive, then engages the other wheels when it senses that you're in trouble, only...
I am a road warrior for work, I and wanted a solid 4x4, not an "all wheel drive" vehicle that's primarily front or real drive, then engages the other wheels when it senses that you're in trouble, only problem, you're already in trouble.
I test drove many vehicles, in the snow, and the jeep handled the best, and I fell in love.
Reality,- driving an average of 200 miles per day, the seats of my Grand Cherokee are horrifically uncomfortable for the long haul, day after day.
The Jeep is very quick and responsive, even with the 6 cylinder model, but the shifter is confusing, and more than once the SUV rolled on me when I thought it was in park.
All of the technology is wonderfull, and I'm sure that my 25 year old daughter would love it, myself, not as important.
All in all the Jeep is sleek, stylish, responsive, you feel safe, but driving 200 miles a day, every single day, I wish more time was spent on the comfort of the seats, as opposed to all of the fancy electronic systems, and other electronic upgrades that might mean far more to someone half my age, as opposed to myself.
Every vehicle is awsome, until you're driving 1,000 miles a week for work, sitting in traffic jams, and spending as much time driving, and getting to your job sites, as you actually spend at the job sites.
I know that I am not your average driver who maby drives a couple hundred miles a week, not a day.
Improve the comfort of the seating, and you would have an all around winner.