I think that would be the wise choice, as well as cost effective, for you at this point in time. I so desperately want an 80 Series too, but with being in college and only working a part-time job, the funds are not sufficient enough to afford the initial cost of an 80 Series, the modifications I want to do to an 80 Series, and the gas/diesel to power an 80 Series.
Originally Posted by jknobler
I own a 1999 Jeep Cherokee and picked it up for only $4900 about 1 1/2 years ago. I could not be more satisfied with this vehicles as it still provides decent MPGs (13-18MPG), a good selection of after-market accessories, as well as being quite capable. They are great vehicles and have a great engine implanted in them (4.0L Straight 6). The only thing I would suggest when looking at a Jeep Cherokee is to steer clear of the 2000-2001 model as they have a notorious engine head that is prone to cracking (0331 head). PM me if have any questions regarding the Jeep Cherokee. Good luck in your search!
Ain't a bad thing that they look great either!
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