I like the Easter eggs too.... Life is meant to have a little silliness in it. I find them young in spirit and refreshing.I like the Easter eggs. There.... I said it. I think they make it more fun & interesting. I think what is overdone, is probably everyone talking about them so much & making such a big deal over them. I think it's a really nice touch & good to see the developers doing something different & unique! Also nice to see a positive review after the Consumer Report info being so negative. I think the longer the Renegade is around & the more kinks that are worked out, those people will be thinking differently.
I'm still having fun with the easter eggs. I "reward" my boys for finding one by letting the finder pick what we play on the stereo,LOL..I keep finding the easter eggs and laughing every time I spot one I hadn't noticed (mind you I've only had mine for a week today!)...
I test drove a new Wrangler, just to do it really - I knew I didn't plan on buying one. I haven't driven a Wrangler in years, but the new model is a big improvement over what I remember. But driving the Renny was like, holy-crow - so responsive, I was instantly hooked.I had the wrangler and have to say this ride (I got the limited) is impressive....the steering is the bomb....so responsive. We live in the mountains and on a long dirt/rock road and I don't even hear the 'pinging' of the rocks like I use to with the Wrangler....(I was dreading that lol)....
Hooray! Score another point for Renegade... The Wranglers I pass don't pay me much mind, like they're almost afraid to acknowledge me with the Jeep-wave. I get most waves and wave-backs from folks in older Cherokees. But, if I'm getting out of or walking back to my Latitude in a parking lot, Wrangler owners are always curious to take a look and ask questions.I have to admit I too was on the 'it's not a Jeep' bandwagon at 1st when I still had the wrangler, but TIRED of the 'wrangler upkeep' issues....I drove the Renny AND a new wrangler...Renny WON!