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Hello everybody, thanks for having me here!

I've never had wrangler before, but always kept eye on it. Thinking to buy a new car before the next summer season and this JL is in my purchase list.

Hope to make a final decision with your help guys!
 

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Welcome to the forum! I've never owned a Wrangler either so this will be my first and I'm still a bit hesitant on pulling the trigger for one. No rush if your current ride is still running fine.
 

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Wow! Haven't expected to get reply so fast. If it's not a secret, what vehicle do you have right now ?
 

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Great timing because by time you will be ready to buy a car the JL should have quite a few of the early batches called for. Beats being one of the very first to get it because being a new model we don't know 100% what to expect, but have far more confidence in that its still somewhat close to the JK.

Have you been looking at any other SUV's?
 

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Great timing because by time you will be ready to buy a car the JL should have quite a few of the early batches called for. Beats being one of the very first to get it because being a new model we don't know 100% what to expect, but have far more confidence in that its still somewhat close to the JK.

Have you been looking at any other SUV's?
Oh, I have a lot of different cars on my mind, for example: Nissan Murano, Toyota RAV-4, Mitsubishi Outlander. I've heard that Japanese cars are more reliable than anything, but in my opinion they don't have something special in them. I like jeep's design and its off-road capabilities. If you know any other vehicle similar to Wrangler, I would love to take a look on it!
 

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The cars you've listed are great daily driver cars, but not the most fun to drive around without care. Maybe the Mitsubishi Outlander can be taken off road, but you'll be paranoid about scratching the paint , bumper and whatnot. Whereas the Wrangler was designed to withstand everything you can throw at it, within reason of course.
 

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The cars you've listed are great daily driver cars, but not the most fun to drive around without care. Maybe the Mitsubishi Outlander can be taken off road, but you'll be paranoid about scratching the paint , bumper and whatnot. Whereas the Wrangler was designed to withstand everything you can throw at it, within reason of course.

Thanks for a quick reply. Yeah, I guess you're right. All these cars that I've listed are more of a city SUVs, while I'm looking for indestructible option. Probably need to settle down with Wrangler finally:grin2:.
 
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