My 22' order is in and it has a sales code of for California Emissions
NAE - California Emissions - $0
Underneath it does say "restriction"
It is not a California dealer and my address is outside of CA.
Was this code on 21' 392's??
Car & Driver just tested the 392 with Xtreme Recon and it was 4.0s 0-60mph with 35" tires.
The gearing on this package will be interesting to drive. This is the only automatic vehicle I have been excited to purchase in 15 years, I have not driven it, but the thought of 35" tires...
My dealer still shows zero Xtreme 392's in the US.
Next week (supposedly) you can order a 2022, so maybe that is when this package is available to build?
FWIW Car and Driver has one for review - so it does exist!
My dealer can build a 22 and can do everything but place the order - They called Jeep, it looks like a 22 with Xtreme Recon package will be available in a few weeks and they will then place the order.
I gambled a bit and requested a 22’, but after watching the Jeep presentation on the Xtreme...
I am going to try an insulated blanket first and see how that goes. There are also insulated blankets that are more like a tarp for those that have dogs that shed or make a mess. Cheap and easy and might do the trick?
FWIW even in my Golf R hatchback , the car runs super hot above the muffler...
There are some good looking Jeeps in this thread.
I was firmly in the camp of keeping the stock 33" tires for acceleration, handling, mpg....
Then after seeing so many comments that the stock tires looked smallish & reading through this thread, now I want to go for 35" tires.