So far with 7k miles on mine it is nice to get in and drive a jeep with torque and not watch the gas needle drop....I would get another one, but we will see how it is long term but thats what the warranty is for now.
Factory ordered diesel with No options and used as my daily. Doors are left unlocked when on and will be off spring through fall. Enjoying no extra safety features or lane departure warnings like the wife's car. I can drive it wherever and it just goes.
Where were you at 1941... interested in seeing where owners take their new jeeps. Try to get a picture of a trail, look out, or spot you enjoy and share with the group. Try not to take any pictures while driving for everyones safety. You will have one mile of opportunity so make the best of it...
Speeds ranged from slow small town 40 to highway 70 plus. Half the trip was through hilly terrain and the other half mostly flat. These are smaller base sport tires so I'm sure that helps. In the end it was still average over 30. These numbers will drop soon once a lift and tires are installed.
Base sport checklist requirements:
1. Two sets of keys
2. Jeep mini ratchet set/Torx (for hardtop/windshield/doors)
3. Carpet floor mats standard (but not if all season mats are equipped
Well that was easy enough