It is fascinating that people feel compelled to name vehicles (much less assign gender lol)
I wonder if it comes from something imprinted in our DNA from back when humans depended on animals to help do work IE: horses, mules, ox and such. Or maybe it's just from having companion animals. Not...
Yup - just like the Rivian doing that roundy-round thing (which I can't see being an actual production option = looks out of control to me) You can turn 360 degrees in a skid-steer exactly like that, it will really churn up the ground.
I think you are on the right track w/ forced induction. I thoroughly enjoy my diesel. Your results may vary. ;)
Oh, there is also this:
(56) 2.0 vs. 3.0 Diesel | 2018+ Jeep Wrangler Forums (JL / JLU) - Rubicon, Sahara, Sport, Unlimited - JLwranglerforums.com
If you do not have faith in your dealership, I would think long & hard about buying either one.
That being said, if you have more/shorter trips, the hybrid wins. Otherwise the diesel has advantages (but at a cost).
I used to hate autos back when they sucked (drove manuals for 40+ years) but they are very good now. Besides, the 6 spd I had back in 2013 was more like a car anyway. Whimpy pedal, short shifter, short throws not like a truck at all but to each his own-