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Jeep Wrangler Owner Attempts And Fails To Conquer Water Hole

He only ruined his Jeep.

Jeep likes to brand its models as go-anywhere, tough as nails, and trail rated. It all sounds fine and good for the commercials. And usually in the real world Jeeps really can conquer tough roads and dirt trails. But not always. Water holes caked in layers of mud are apparently a different story. Take this guy for example. Out for a drive in his brand new 2014 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon, he attempts to slosh his way through said water hole. It doesn’t end well.

The Jeep was ruined, as in totaled. Too much water got into the engine. So take this as a lesson, current and future Jeep owners. Wranglers are not invincible.

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