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    who drives their jeep for a daily driver?

    Just wondered how many people drive their jeep to work everyday. I drive 2 hours +everyday so I drive a cobalt to save money. More cash for jeep parts and guns tho

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    My jeep is my daily driver. Almost have 80,000 miles on it and it's a 2012.
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    Nope. Had a 2000 Wrangler, then sold it when my commute went to 45 min for a Honda Accord. Now I work from home so we sold the Accord and got a 2014 JKUR. I love that I don't rack up miles just driving to work.

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    Nothing but a Thing BamBamDeer's Avatar
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    Mine is my Daily Driver. I have a 2016 JKU. It handles all chores including hauling feed. Gas mileage at this point is not a real big concern but as the prices go up that may change.

    I used a 2011 2dr I bought new previously. I loved the 2dr but the 4dr is handier.

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    My 2015 JKU is my daily driver. Luckily most of the week it takes me to the train station so I don't sit in traffic to Los Angeles.

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    2015 JKUR HR daily Driver but not very far. I do however, put tons of miles 18K+ on a year exploring and navigating small European roads.

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    I've dd'd a wrangler for the last 16 years. There has been some tough times in there with the $4 gallon of gas for awhile then a 60 minutes commute each way for awhile.

    But I wouldn't drive anything else. Currently have a 7.5 mile and pleasantly surprised with my avg 13.8pmg w/ 37s and stock 3.73s.

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    I daily drove an 83' CJ7 for about 4 years on a 65 mile round trip commute 5 days a week. Then daily drive a 2013 2 door JK. Now, this is my daily driver.
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    I drove a 94 yj for close to a year but decided just to get a small car for mpg. I went from 16 mpg to 32 but it's not like driving my jeep lol. My jeep is more of a weekend ride now

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    I do, 2012 jk sport with 35s and 4.88. Someday in the next few years it will become a toy/weekend driver but for now it's my ride. Only drive like 10 mies each way you work tho so it's not bad

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