Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Jeep Wrangler

The classic Jeep still bears a striking resemblance to its ancestors of World War 2 vintage.
It is one of the most recognizable automotive faces on the planet Through so many generations and as ubiquitous as it has become on our roads, Wrangler still has the ability to turn the heads of passersby and solicit smiles from fellow motorists. Whatever it is, there is no denying it gets noticed and people know instantly what it is. On pavement, it is constantly twitching to get off it, letting its restless feelings known to the driver with a consistent, barely noticeable, pecking at the front wheels, almost like a dog tugging at a leash - it wants to run and it's annoyed that you won't let it so it gives you little tugs to make it as aggravating for you to hold him as it is for him to be held. Similarly, the incredibly direct steering constantly makes the driver input tiny adjustments right or left to keep it tracking straight ahead, as if the large off-road knobby tires have caught a scent of wilderness just off the pavement and want to alert the driver to some good-time nature-commuting. You almost feel like driving on the shoulder briefly, just to shut the damn things up and let you get on with your commute. The steering is not only direct, it will turn the car almost 90 degrees from a standstill. Getting into the narrowest parking spots from even narrower lanes is never a problem in Wrangler. Neither is getting out of one without inconveniencing other motorists ... just watch your corners to make sure you don't clip your neighbours. If you're in the market for a Jeep this site has a great selection:
Montana Jeep Wrangler's

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