Initially, Jeeps will be cheaper for most of the "similarly equipped" models, because there will be "some" discounts / incentives.
Any Broncos that make it to dealer lots in the first year or two will not likely be discounted.
Jeep could certainly adjust their option packaging to combat the...
On some properties you really have to be mindful of where you build your snowbanks. Once you set where they are, it's not an option to move them without large equipment. If it keeps snowing and snowing, you can run out of room to push the snow to.
I just had an offer accepted on a property with a 290ft driveway, and I imagined that would take an unreasonably long time to clear with a walk behind snowblower. Maybe I'm wrong though.
Honestly, I'm not really sure what my best option is right now. I'm thinking maybe a 20 year old pickup...
I know there are, and will continue to be good deals on 2020 models, but at this point, I'd be leaning heavily towards getting a 2021 with the steering updates. I assume all 2021 models will have the steering updates from the factory.
Wow, I really hope this is finally a proper solution to the problem that has been frustrating some JL owners for years. I'll check in again once more owners have the bulletin performed.
I had basically written off the Wrangler (perhaps unfairly) due to concerns over the steering.
My wife drives a 2012 Mini Countryman All4 S right now. Though we bought it used, I do recall being rather impressed by the amount of a la carte options that were available on that car at the time. Her car has a Harman Kardon stereo, and manual seats! How 'bout that.
I have not played with...
I figured I'd take some heat for that, but the article clearly shows its source of information. In this case, Twitter. It is very easy to confirm that those tweets exist. You can question the validity of the tweets if you want, but Jalopnik's credibility is not really relevant in this case.