"Yuppie Jeep"? That sounds like most JKs and Unlimiteds on the road today, at least where I live. People hardly ever take the doors or tops off the newer models, and many I see are driving around the summer with the windows up and AC on. All dolled up with big tires and accessories that havent seen dirt. They shouldve just bought an Audi convertible- they're almost as costly. Me? I love the simplicity of my 95. No top, no doors year round. I'll take my truck if the weather is bad.The purest didn’t like it and felt Jeep was going in a direction that was geared towards the market and not staying true to their origins. A lot of people labeled it the Yuppie Jeep. At least that’s the story I’ve been told.