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Re: Grand Cherokee Altitude Your thoughts?

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As for your earlier post. The reason I am starting at the Altitude and building from there is that the Jeeps get quite expensive from the limited on up.
Oh, I do understand. I was just mentioning that it's good to look at multiple options so you can determine what best fits your needs for features, options and out-the-door cost. "Where" you buy can make a difference, too...if you can get a smoking deal on the next level up by traveling a bit, you may come out ahead both now and in the future when you go to trade/sell.

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Re: Grand Cherokee Altitude Your thoughts?

I just installed the mopar tubular running boards onto my 2015 altitude and i think they look great
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Re: Grand Cherokee Altitude Your thoughts?

Just like mine. Looks really good!
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Re: Grand Cherokee Altitude Your thoughts?

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I just installed the mopar tubular running boards onto my 2015 altitude and i think they look great
looks good! One question....Do you end up stepping out and over them to get in and out, or is it easy to use them as steps? I would like to put them on mine to hopefully prevent door dings (least from short cars) but not sure with my old back might not like the stretch to get in and out...thanks
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Re: Grand Cherokee Altitude Your thoughts?

I think your right, they do look great.


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Re: Grand Cherokee Altitude Your thoughts?

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looks good! One question....Do you end up stepping out and over them to get in and out, or is it easy to use them as steps? I would like to put them on mine to hopefully prevent door dings (least from short cars) but not sure with my old back might not like the stretch to get in and out...thanks
I'm a bigger guy so I tend to step right over them going in. On the way out usually swing and put my right foot on it as i step out. I put them on more for looks and to make it easier for my kid to step in and out.
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