When Jack’s dad first acquired a Jeep to take his family on their off-road trails, his dad has taken great care to maintain and keep the Jeep in its best state and top performance. After every off-road trails, his dad will thoroughly cleanse every part of the Jeep of the mud, dirt, sand, etc. that was stuck to the Jeep. As a teenager, Jack has watched his dad does regularly checks and minor maintenance on the Jeep. Any slightest repair work will be promptly done when he has access to the replacement parts. And whatever that needed specialist attention, he will take the Jeep to the expert to look into the problem.
Now that Jack has inherited the prized and treasured Jeep from his dad, Jack followed the ways of his dad in looking after the Jeep. The Jeep was handed down to Jack in good condition and all Jack has to do is continue to maintain it. It seldom needs any major repair nor any overhaul of the engine even after so many years of off road adventures. Besides the off road trails, the Jeep has been used as a family car, for their weekend driving in the countryside, and for running of errands.
Jack is now the proud owner of Jeep and has full confidence in the Jeep 4.0 engine. So far there is no cranky sound coming from the engine, the engine is still almost as quiet as it used to be. Friends with newer Jeep models have complained of noisy engines. All the efforts of his father put into caring of the Jeep has paid off to bless Jack with a good Jeep.
Of course, there are some parts that need to be replaced or upgraded. As the front bumper has been dented years ago and is now showing sign of corrosion. As far as possible, he is sourcing for the same Jeep front bumpers from aftermarket online stores. There are also other minor parts and accessories that might need to be upgraded, such as the front headlights and changing of brake pads.
With two young kids and a pet Labrador to accommodate when they go on their countryside touring, Jack is looking into making extra space in the Jeep. There are a few Jeep JK rear storage options to consider, such as making space to confine their excited pet dog in the rear portion of the Jeep. There are also other alternatives for luggage space and picnic baskets, etc.