You drive such few miles i honestly can’t understand why reliability is even a factor. This thread makes zero sense.
Most people i know with your needs get a TJ. They don't buy a $40,000 vehicle to drive around the driveway once a week or whatever you are doing with it for 90 miles/month.
I am now taking pre-orders for badges on my store. Once I have enough pre-orders to place an order I will start the order process. I looked at different ways to do this, and I have decided to take payment at the time of order. You can request a cancellation at any time and get a refund.
Short answer is I won't be doing other colors. I have looked into it. It is more expensive for me and not worth it because relatively few people want the same thing. It takes a long time to put an order together as it is. That being said, if you are interested you can talk to emblemart.com...
I agree with you. But the inline-6 isn't ready. If they tease the V8 on Instagram and don't follow through it is a fail. I can't see them doing that.
If they wanted to do that they would put out a leak through a journalist - not publish a photo on their Instagram account.
I don't know why I...
I lean mine against the wall of my garage.
There are some threads on this already.
But this is the first time I have heard it would be ready for a 2021 model year vehicle. The last report (which was over 6 months ago) said 2022 Grand Cherokee maybe, more likely 2023 Wagoneer.
I think the Hemi would just be a stopgap.
They would be crazy to publish a 3.92...
It's just for the arms race against the Bronco. The Bronco 2.7 is frankly probably already better than anything that Jeep offers in the Wrangler. and next year they have even more engines they can put in it like the 3.5 Ecoboost. Jeep needs the Hemi to one-up the Bronco. There's no other...
They were talking about it. Then they seemed to give up on it. I read somewhere it didn’t pan out. But can’t find the source.
here’s an article on the original plan
if i was a...
The diesel is already over 6,000 lbs
which offsets the cost premium if you use it for business.
Bookmarked for later.
i think it will happen.and if it does itis not a victory for FCA. It is a stopgap because they have taken too long to develop a turbo 6. Which i think is the result of trying to add turbo to the 3.6 and failing.