I have had several, almost all good.
Had a few Fords, same deal.
every one that I had has had major problems. mainly a 96 sebring 2.5 V6
My Jeep Cherokee has always been good to me. Been on a lot of beach holidays and game reserves and never battles.
Given it is a diesel though.
I have a Chrysler, and I hate it. I have only had it a few years, bought it used, and have spent more money fixing it than I did for the car.
Had a Jeep before that, which had minimal work on it and I was rough on the thing. I miss my Jeep.
And they told me when I bought the Chrysler that it and my Jeep were made by the same people. Well, that may be, but I think they make those Chryslers with the rejected Jeep parts!
The family car when I was growing up was an AMC Jeep, and it is still in the family with over 350k miles on it. That it is still in great shape after being driven by four teenagers is a rare accomplishment
That's awesome! I would have kept my Jeep if the doors weren't falling off and I had to get some somethingorother replaced that was going to cost a few thousand dollars. Jeeps are great, though!
by Ralph Deeds 5 years ago
Romney's Lie: Romney told a rally in Defiance, Ohio, that he'd "seen a story--that one of the great manufacturers in this state, Jeep, now owned by Italians, is thinking of MOVING ALL PRODUCTION TO CHINA."The truth: Chrysler is in the process of investing $500 million at a Jeep plant in...
by JaxsonRaine 5 years ago
This is stupid. People on the right, admit that Romney was wrong when he said all Jeep production might be moved to China.People on the left, admit that Romney's new ad is actually true. If a corporation chooses to expand in China, that means they aren't doing that expansion here. This is...
by Ralph Deeds 5 years ago
Romney apparently subscribes to the theory that if you repeat a lie often enough people will believe it.Todd Spangler in the Detroit Free Press "Romney auto ad ignores the facts--and industry job growth in U.S.The ad: Mitt Romney, on the campaign trail in Ohio, repeats a false story about Jeep...
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