Have a 2021 Willys, love driving it, it's just fun even the mile and a half to the gym at 5am.
Ours is convertible.
If I had to do it over and had it been available I'd get the xr version, maybe trade it for a 2022 if values hold.
It's a dream anyway.
My dealer last spring was great, we bought an ordered Willys with exactly what we wanted, finance guy came out to say hi as we were paying cash, sales rep took the check and showed us the dealer invoice on the car so I knew how well we did which I already knew thanks to the forum
Then a month...
I live in Maine now before that Massachusetts, first jeep was a two door soft top to me that's a Wrangler, now after move to Maine got a four door as we needed it for extra space plus easy access for the dog, still a soft top because again it's how a jeep should be. Both are/were daily drivers...
First I agree on the Hemi for 75k 99 mph is an insult. The gas mileage is to be expected you don't buy a Hemi anything for good gas mileage.
Now to the 4xe the all electric range in this day and age is disappointing I would have expected better.
The same for me holds for the highway mpg and...
Just got a Willys JLU with the six and a soft top love it so far. Haven't taken windows off yet too cold here in Maine have had to open rear window a couple of times to put stuff in, it's way easier than the JK Willys with soft top we traded in
Had that in city of Boston always parked outside...
I always give an honest review let the chips fall where they may.
We just bought a new jeep which we ordered from Central Jeep in Waterville Maine. The price was great at 5% under dealer cost, no doc fees which is dealer policy.
The sales guy was great gave me top dollar for my trade, no BS...
My wife an I debated Willys JLU or Willys JT
Ultimately settled on the JLU.
We came from a 2014 Willys JK 2dr.
While it would have been nice to have the pickup for when we need it the size for when we don't was the buzz kill for us.
We still have to parallel park from time to time.
I drove through MOAB a few years ago when I took my son to CA for grad school.
It was a beautiful night end of August and the town was hopping.
Right then and there I put it on my bucket list. Would've stayed at the time but we were in my son's Subaru jeep was back home with the wife.
Who buys a hemi for the gas mileage.
I didn't think gas mileage entered into the buying equation.
I saw a TRX at my dealer the other day and all I wanted to know was the price
It was 94k, the wife who was with me said no.
Waiting for a Willys, the one based off the sport S.
Didn't want nor get the nanny stuff as I don't use it. I didn't get heated seats as I've had them but didn't use them.
I also didn't get the proximity door locks as no one in Maine locks their doors.
Coming from a Willys jk which is old...
Given FCA's propensity for mucking up new technology i.e. eco diesel aren't you guys worried this first gen will be riddled with problems even though the gas engine has been around. FCA is not exactly Toyota.
First I understand the issues caused by others like the alignment shop but clearly RK put a lift kit out there for the Diesel that wasn't ready for prime time.
They weren't the only ones as several other companies did the same
My issue here is for what this kit probably cost it should have been...