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  1. 2018 Pricing Q. . .been sitting on the lot a long time!

    A 2018 with sky-one touch top is a nice find. It's hard to find 2019s on the lot with that top these days as they clear inventory for the 2020s. However, with labor-day sales, typical incentives, etc... you should be able to get a 2019 for $45k without any haggling at all. Another thing to keep...
  2. What are you paying for your Jeep?

    I think you might want to adjust the scale of the survey. Even with 20% down, a JLU Rubicon will run well over $1,000 per month over 36 months. For wife-convincing ammunition - keep in mind that anyone paying less than $400 per month is someone that traded in a fully-paid off vehicle and/or has...
  3. Tan Premium Soft top

    I'm almost afraid to resurface this and ask, but whatever happened to the availability of the tan soft top? From searching the forum and elsewhere I've been able to determine: - It was available, then it wasn't - It was never available - It is available - It will never be available - It's...
  4. Tan Premium Soft top

    Just wanted to follow up on this and see if there was any clarity on the tan top option. - Apparently Jeep Cares stated it would be available to order on April 2nd - yesterday. Is it? - People have commented that it was removed from the configurator on jeep.com. I just checked and it's...
  5. My One Question for Mark Allen: Why No V8?

    Ahh - that's what I was looking for. Do you have a link to the interview? Clearances and engineering challenges I can understand. Makes me feel a bit better - I always wonder why some product choices that are obviously in huge demand never make it to market. Disagree on "no need" though...
  6. My One Question for Mark Allen: Why No V8?

    So the JL will eventually have 4 powertrain options, and none of them are a V8. And this from the same company that has a penchant for jamming 700 horsepower engines in everything from sedans to SUVs. I'm sure there's a good reason - just curious what that reason is. Was it logistics? Engine...
  7. Sounds like they killed off half doors

    Just in case there was any doubt - Mark Allen, lead designer for the Wrangler, explicitly mentions the "soft uppers" in this video. He also mentions looking out the doughnut in the back seat, in case there was any doubt about half-doors on unlimited models. Link is to the specific reference...
  8. Two Good Wrangler Walkthrough Videos

    Howdy All - here are two fairly thorough walkthrough videos from the event this week. The first is a detailed overview of design / functional elements with Mark Allen - including some hands on with the half-doors that dispels rumors like "the half doors have no uppers" - he also mentions...



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