1. Well, it's only sort of new and sort of a car.

    Yesterday we got a 2000 Jeep Cherokee. My mom had an 88 Chevy Celebrity wagon, but it finally got to the point where we really didn't trust it any more. It was a good car and we abused it for 8 years, but the time had come to get something else.

    We have really good connections with the Nissan dealership so they gave us a pretty good deal too.

    It has a 4.0L I6, auto tranny, 4 wheel drive, power everything, & CD/cassette. The only thing it doesn't have is cruise control, but Mom & I never use it anyway.

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    And by any chance does anyone know how to disconnect the air bags on these?

    -Chelle
     
  2. nice jeep.
    why would you want to disconnect the airbags?
     
  3. nice, i love my chero. don't know about disconnecting the air bags though, mine doesn't have them
     
  4. Mom is a pretty severe asthmatic and airbags put off some really strong fumes when they deploy. Plus I'm really short and if one deployed, there's a chance it could break my neck.

    -Chelle
     
  5. A tad bland for a chick that drives a classic Mustang. Here... I spruced it up... :D
     
  6. Hahaha nice. If you disconnect the airbags you can go bush-bashing as well! :D
     
  7. LOL. Actually, it's mom's car but until Sadie is back on the road, I'll be driving it too.

    -Chelle
     
  8. I totally agree that people should have the freedom to disconnect their airbags in THEIR own cars. however, be sure it's not illegal to do so in your state. If something ever happens-accident wise, they can screw you royally.