This Jeep Wrangler’s owner must’ve been sick, high, or full of himself. Or all of the above.
Often times off-road vehicles are built by throwing parts at your regular SUV or truck. Rarely do they come stock. That brings us neatly to the door of this 2005 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon. The Rubicon badge means that this bad boy crossed the Rubicon Trail which Wikipedia tells us lies in the Sierra Nevada of the western United States, due west of Lake Tahoe and about 80 miles east of Sacramento, California. It means it can tackle pretty much everything. Except it can’t.
Without the proper suspension and proper Monster Jam spec wheels, there is no way any stock Wrangler Rubicon can tackle these concrete blocks. And the owner of this Jeep daren’t have the confidence to do so. But he did and that brings us back to what we have established in he beginning, that he made leave of his senses.
Watch as this Jeep climbs a pseudo-hill and tumble like a Reliant Robin. Clearly it tackled a lot bigger than it can handle, causing damage to the driver’s ego and the Jeep’s right side.
We are just going to archive this video and put it in our Epic Fail category, if ever there was one.
How about an iJeep? Anyone?