Whatever, I have used in my 4Runner to extract myself from a similar situation. It works and that’s what’s important. I don’t give a fuck about its software coding and I cannot say that with any confidence about a Jeep product.
With all of the electronic gadgetry in a Wrangler they failed to develop a feature that works like Toyota CRAWL. Undoubtedly one of the best pieces of software that was ever developed for an off road vehicle. It would have got that thing unstuck easily.
It’s normal today for sales people to not know anything about their stock. No excuse about they have a lot to learn. That’s bullshit. Every Jeep salesman I spoke with did not know shit about the wrangler. I knew much more.
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There is premium on the top models too. I have been seeing stock Rubicon models listed for 74K and 69k in my area. That’s nuts when you consider the build quality and dealership crap is not attractive.
I guess you’re not familiar with the section on this forum where people post their issues. It’s only got about 76k messages to read through. Perhaps Ford spent time there and got some ideas on what not to do.
Don’t people drive Tesla vehicles in Houston? They are everywhere in Austin. Perhaps you focus your attention to things around you. People are driving Toyota Prius cars in freezing Colorado too. Go figure.