I had Nokian LT3s, studded on my 19 Rubi, and wasn't impressed. This is after running Blizzaks on an 06 Highlander Hybrid that was a tank in snow. For my 21 Rubi I'm going to downsize the tire, go with a 235/80/17 LT3 to see if it'll finally have a proper bite in snow.
The window sticker posts after the vehicle is actually built, you can put your order into CryptoStickers to have it poll for it nightly, or just put your VIN at the end of https://www.chrysler.com/hostd/windowsticker/getWindowStickerPdf.do?vin= and open that link in your browser to check for...
To close the loop on mine:
8/6 - 4XE order in, VON that day
8/10 - VIN from Jeep Cares and my Dealer
8/20 - Jeep Cares says 'all parts gathered'
9/3 - Build sheet popped up
9/7 - Jeep Cares says built, 'awaiting release for shipping'. Dealer says shipped to storage on 9/3, no ETA yet.
I'll have mine to play with tonight, the one I test drove before was very obviously working hard to make sure you never did break traction. I didn't throw it into 4A with all the nannies turned off, but it clearly hauled harder than my 2019 2.0T.
Here's a horrible direct comparison. 4XE is tan and white, 392 is blue and dark grey:
The two are pretty close till about 4k RPM at which point the 4XE flattens out while the 392 just keeps on building power with about 500 RPM more overrev compared to the hybrid. With an 8 speed gearbox...
Same impact, paid for a vehicle that's out of service for an extended period. The cause is out of the owner's control, and the vendor is unable to correct in a timely manor. AFAIK the lemon law typically doesn't have an exception for 'parts are backordered'?
There is a price cap on the proposed rebate, cars cap out at $55k, trucks cap out at $74k. There is also an income test too, $400k max that doesn't exist for the current program. The Senate voted on a amendment last month that is tougher, $100k income limit, hard $40k cap on the vehicle cost...