They put the least off road experienced driver behind the wheel to complain about it feeling disconnected WHILE off roading.Dubveiser said:Can't blame them, they're just giving the British public what it wants, America bashing.:laugh:
Also, I looked it up, and these are the Wrangler starting prices over there:To be fair.. I think Chrysler has terrible diesels for European market use.
The European market 300C had a similar engine (and was also trashed by the,, Jason even pulled trim pieces off.. but it took effort and was stupid and I still haven't forgiven him).. was slow, unrefined, and not even very efficient.
A poor engine (for the piece) can make anything feel less than good.
I'm guessing they're going for the Clarkson vibe of acting like hyperbolic stubborn a-holes. Clarkson is also funny, though. That's the key ingredient to not coming across... well, like the Fifth Gear team do in this video.Are these people intending to sound so insufferable and snobbish, or it just a British thing?
It would be a lot different if England didn’t have a rich history of off roaders. If they didn’t have the Defender, and only the Range Rover, ok, but they are well acquainted with the Defender, which is not any better then the JL, and potentially way worse.
That said the 200hp engine sounds like it sucks. And so do the back seat and trunk of the 2dr.