This Jeep Cherokee is the Stuff of Diehards
When Jeep produced the first XJ Cherokee in the 1980s, it simultaneously created a unibody vehicle, an off-road-capable SUV…and future diehards.
Is the current Cherokee a better off-roader than its XJ ancestor?
While in reverse, this XJ owner squeezed the throttle and high centered the Jeep on its rear axle, breaking some stairs in the process, and leaving poor “Scooby” stranded.
When Four Wheeler’s 1999 Jeep Cherokee gives up the ghost, the site can just yank off the parts it wants to transfer to another rig. That’s why the publication is calling its XJ “Project Disposable Hero.”
The Corvette parking fiasco we reported on last week has made Kyle DeMattia a hero. The Jeep owner has taken interviews from television stations around the world, and his video (after the jump) has gotten more than 2.6 million views.