In no particular order, here are our top-five picks from the 34-Inch Club.
When the new 2014 Jeep Cherokee was designed, Jeep drivetrain engineers knew that Jeep customers expect their vehicles to be capable and come with a true low-range. Not only did they do that, but this FWD-based drivetrain architecture features a true locking rear, a true low-range gear ratio, and the trail performance expected out of a Jeep product.
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Outside of a race-spec JK that would tackle the King of the Hammers, we don’t think you could find a more capable JK.
Many people outside of our hobby that are environmentalists see us as gross polluters who destroy natural lands. Honestly, they couldn’t be further from the truth.