That is one nice vehicle there. What is the range on one of those? Do you know if they can be run multi-fuel? I just keep thinking about a trail I took outside of Helen one time, stumbled across it after I crossed a small river. It just kind of petered out...I have a Dodge 2500 extended cab long bed. Thankfully it is loaded with back up cams, I had to back down the trail until I could find somewhere I could turn my truck around. With a Wrangler (which is what I should say I reckon instead of Jeep) it would have been easy to turn around. I was looking at a slide-in 4Wheel camper or an Alaskan but the wheel base on my Dodge is just too dang long for some of the places I want to explore. I took my Dodge exploring out in Wyoming and Colorado this past Christmas it did good for pretty much most of the places I went though. I did not have that added weight. I still might go with a slide in if on a couple of shake out trips before I go to Alaska it is not comfortable enough for me....I don't need much. I have been a ground camper most of my life. Slept on the ground in Alaska years ago but had my tent torn up by of all things, a porcupine.
Hard to climb in and out. Seats are awfully thin in the padding department. No AC (great heater) Two soft tops F/and rear that leak! (new top 5k) Parts are pricey. Flat windshield is awful in the rain and wipers suck (new wiper motor 385.00) Can't lock it up and EVERYONE wants to look inside of it when parked. Very Light in the rear empty. Sits high off the ground so getting in the F or B is a pain. Nervous about loading the kids in the back for even a hour trip, do to how it seats in the rear.
Lot more fun before being married!!!!!!
Have you ridden in a Wrongler on longer trip? I have and was stiff and beat up. The one i road in was a nice looking Rubicon 4 door with all kinds of extras. I was so sore the next day after a 350 mile trip. I was even cramped in width. My shoulder was on the door. (wear a 50 size coat) Storage was awful even with a rec rack loaded. Short trip would be ok at best in my opinion.
Jeep and pulling a trailer ........ NOPE not me!
My main ride since 2001 has been a excursion so i might NOT be the best at room/ride.
I think a pickup would be a better option