If you're willing to take it off your list because some guy at an auto show wouldn't let you sit in it one time, I don't know what to tell you.
To clarify, because that came off sounding more harsh than I intended, I just think that, while I can understand your being frustrated, and really don't think one bad experience - that had nothing to do with the actual vehicle - is a good reason to write it off.If you're willing to take it off your list because some guy at an auto show wouldn't let you sit in it one time, I don't know what to tell you.
Yeah, I get that you're pissed, and I don't blame you for being frustrated. It does sound like an annoying experience, and I'm not at all trying to say it wasn't. You should be annoyed.Jon,
If they had let me get close to it, I would have taken and posted dozens of pictures much better than that one. When I went there, I planned on getting dozens of pics with and without my external flash. I took my best 12-35mm lens and my 7-14 ultra wide angle just for that purpose. (An ultra-wide angle does wonders for internal pics.) I had planned on many close-ups of the subtle details - like the storage compartments, storage bar, dash, etc.
Frankly I hate being road-blocked.
Spot on.Jeep may be "shooting themselves in the foot" with their handling of the release of the Cherokee, but IMO Dan will be shooting himself in the @$$ if he lets some dimwit aggravate him into bypassing what, from all accounts of those who've gotten to drive and review, is one of the best vehicles in its class.
Ah, so I've convinced you. The tune changes.I agree. I'm going to sit back, have a nice Starbucks grande latte, and see how it works out.