Yep, you are looking at the all new 2019 Jeep Wrangler. If you think it looks more or less the same as the 2017 model, you are not alone. To the untrained eye, the design of the Jeep Wrangler has remained true to its heritage: Boxy, heavy, upright design, big engine, remarkable grille and two rounded headlights. Basically, the design has remained the same for many decades. But that’s not a bad thing, it has been Jeep’s best selling model ever since so why mess with the design, right?
It’s been a long time coming, to actually test drive for a long term basis a Toyota Land Cruiser 200 series. You see, it’s quite hard to source a test unit from local dealers because they would always reason that, it’s by indent orders only. Therefore no test units are available. But hey, come on guys! Isn’t that supposed to be the case? Aren’t local dealers supposed to provide test units for those hard to sell vehicles in their product list to make it easier for wanna be buyers to decide?
This is a car that captures your sight, not necessarily your emotion at first. Then you start to get curious and slowly you start to appreciate it for what it is, an American muscle car in 4 doors. Once you get to know this car, what’s underneath it and what it can do, your emotion starts to shift to liking it. For a massive car, it’s got tons of sex appeal. I mean who doesn’t like sex appeal, right? Massive size aside, it’s not ashamed to hide its angular bulk on the road. It’s not as smooth looking as large German
sedans, but it sure is eye catching.
It took me a while to write down my thoughts about the all new Mercedes Benz C180 as I still suffer from mild separation anxiety. I had to let my emotions take a back seat and let my brain do the work. Let me start by giving you a brief background of the C class history and how Mercedes Benz ended up having a luxury compact sedan in its line up. It all started with the Mercedes Benz 190 (W201 body, the precursor of the modern C Class).