They're not available for order yet since production doesn't start until February - March 2018 according to this site's chart
Looking at the vote count it looks like a great decision to offer two more engine options for this generation. There's plenty of interest in the two new engines which probably also means new buyers. How many of you wouldn't be considering the JL if it wasn't going to come with the 2.0L turbo or...
Good eye guys. No wonder I thought the front of the black prototype looked more aggressive. Just didn't realize why. Are we possibly going to get the high mount fenders as an option? :fingerscrossed:
Definitely looks better with the fender up against the hood line. And look at all that space...
Hybrid and electric Wranglers are coming no matter what. I'm not interested personally but doesn't hurt to offer more powertrain types, it's good for business. Thankfully along with greener models in the future they're also going to give us DIESEL :rock:
I think these lights when seen in full (if you imagine the same shape completing the other side of the lights we can't see in the pics) will form a bit of an X shape but better looking than the Renegade tail lights.
Well it's damned if you do damned if you don't for the engineers. If they shorten the bed for less overhang then the bed becomes less useful. If they lengthen the wheelbase for a shorter overhang, then the break over angle takes a hit.
I would guess (and hope) that FCA already invested too much $ into the V6 EcoDiesel to just kill it at this point. I mean it was already engineered and fitted into two big selling models. Hopefully they get the EPA satisfied soon so we can see a 2019 Wrangler with diesel engine. Killing me to...
Current 2017 Wranglers are selling for about 2-5% below invoice and 8-10% below MSRP. I doubt we'll see anything under MSRP for the JL/JLU for a while after launch. Probably be lucky to even see sticker right at launch.