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post #16 of 30 (permalink) Old 03-30-2012, 02:01 PM
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If it has a stick and a trailer hitch it's a man's / butch's car.

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Hey, Chicks need cars too!

What about the Nissan Cube? That's what my GF drives, and people make fun of me when I drive it lol.
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Nothing wrong with the cube, it just needs more power.
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Nothing wrong with the cube, it just needs more power.
Needs more power?

My girl's Cube would SMOKE my Patriot.
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Maybe, but an SR16VE or SR20DE would go a long way.
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I'm glad I stuck with my gut instinct and went with the pat even though one dealer tried selling me an 11 compass. And go figure my gf just bought a Nissan rogue and it's sittin way up there at the top of the list. I knew that was deffinately a chicks car I hardly ever see dudes driving those. And if you do it's probably their gf or wife's suv like when I drive hers haha.
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I really like the new look of the 2012's

I prefer the patriot look over the compass , esp 2011 and under. If a guy likes it , get what you want-its your life-live it how you want.

Theres a guy that in my gym we were talking about the patriot, he works at "rough country" and I was talking a lift on the patriot, and he said, dont take this the wrong way but a patriot is a girls car. How wrong he is lololol

some people have the mentally that if its not a wrangler or a big truck then its not worthy. There the ones missing out on great gas milage and an all around nice vehicle that is versatile. My needs arnt to mud everyday and almost get stuck. my needs are to get good gas milage, the vehcile to costless, a unique look that has a nice look to it, and can get around in the snow and offroad if really needed.

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It seems like I am seeing a lot more Compasses on the road since the last six months.

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It seems like I am seeing a lot more Compasses on the road since the last six months.
Now that they look good (my opinion), I have seen quite a few new ones as well
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Theres a guy that in my gym we were talking about the patriot, he works at "rough country" and I was talking a lift on the patriot, and he said, dont take this the wrong way but a patriot is a girls car. How wrong he is lololol
Like that "man's" car I keep hearing about.....

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My wife has the compass and i have the patriot which i think has more butch looking lines over the rounded lines of the compass.
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I'm deffinately seeing a lot more patriots In the area since I've got mine new and old and usually about 85% of the time it's a guy driving it. And the opposite goes for the compass. I see more women driving them by me then guys. I did have one guy riding along side me down my main st. In a silver compass. I feel the more bold lines of the patriot make it more of a guys suv then the rounded lines of the compass. While I do like the look of the 11's and up for the compass. I'm greatful I stuck with the pat.



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I drive a '11 Compass. I just finished college, I like the look of the Grand Cherokee, so it's my baby-Grand, so to speak.

My girly car has rescued F-150's from the snow. Take that!

And, fyi for anyone that doesn't know, Compass and Patriot are the same vehicle with different body panels... As in... the same part numbers and everything!

And also! I love the crap out of both the Pat and Compass, all Jeep needs to do is make it easier for us to smush some fatter and taller tires on them without so much research beforehand ^_^
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