It seems that the ones who dismiss change based on anecdotal stories of bad things happening are also the ones who dismiss complaints of vague steering and other "Jeep things" as merely being from a vocal minority.
I'm sure some said something similar when power windows first came out. "Is it really that hard to roll your windows up?"
If the 2021 Rubi with AWD has a different TC than the current Rubi, that's one thing. But if they're the same - no brainer for that amount of $.
I've kept my soft top on for part of the winter before (I'm in MA). It is not preferred for me. Even if you avoid the snow issue, the amount of crap that ends up on your back window in the winter is staggering. Rear wiper blade is very handy.
I live in Massachusetts and grew up on Long Island. I have a 2018 JLUR. I wished many times the last couple winters that my Jeep had 4A mode. If you live anywhere where you get any snow, it's a no-brainer in my view.
After some further thought, I personally find the 392 to be pointless. I initially thought it would be cool. I love fast cars and even love fast SUVs (see sig - my daily is a BMW X3M - look up the Car and Driver test for those that are not familiar). But all this will net Jeep is being the...
All valid points. I imagine it's going to take another generation of the Wrangler to address these issues. New Wrangler models historically get released every 10 years or so. Maybe they'll accelerate the next generation.
I agree with this 100 percent. Economics professors should use the Jeep Wrangler as a case study. The days of the Wrangler being FCA's cash cow (high profit margins) are likely over. It will be to the benefit of the consumer though!
You make good points in your prior post. All of this is strange. To me, it reeks of fear, rather than desperation. Jeep is still on top and "desperate" moves are usually made by someone about to lose the game. It's clear Jeep is not on the verge of losing but perhaps they are fearful of...