A lot of money for a vehicle needs a lot of repair
February 3, 2019
Actually a 2010 JKU but 2018 was the only selection I could pick. Lots of fun, really capable in stock form, and I love it. I baby the jeep and only do easy and a few moderate off road obstacles, mainly a commuter with no doors for the weekends. Owned for a year and I'm surprised how much mx it requires. I bought this used from the dealer in very very good condition, 50K miles, and it's had starting problems, fuel spews out everywhere on fillups from a faulty valve in the gas tank (a $1300 dollar repair for this common jeep problem!), lift gate arms went out and they overcharged that repair by around 60% on parts, somehow the digital clock can't keep time, and other odds and ends just stop working then randomly start working again. Love the jeep but the quality isn't what is should be for the price. Would recommend based on fun, but not reliability or cost effectiveness.