2-Door Unicorn Poll

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Inspired by this thread, I created a poll to find the least common 2-door engine/drive-train combination.
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I wanted a manual, in a stupid awesome color but the rubicon i got is black was heavily discounted and totally loaded.
 

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Is there a source of data to breakdown the build options? I recall seeing them for Mustangs in the past.
 
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Is there a source of data to breakdown the build options? I recall seeing them for Mustangs in the past.
Not that I know of. Obviously this poll is just a reflection of vote-takers on this forum. Real-world production numbers are likely different, especially regarding the manual transmission.

Another total breakdown (out of 82 votes):
3.6 = 85%
2.0 = 15%
Manual = 17% (which is 20% of 3.6s)
 

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I was shocked to see the poll results and how few 2.0 non-etorque Rubicon models were out there. I was initially set on a 6 speed...but I chose the 2.0T/auto after researching for a year and driving the various models. I thought the torque curve of the 2.0 and drivability of the auto better suited pulling our 1500 lb teardrop camper, particularly at high elevations when we’re in nearby CO. Still long for rowing my own gears and would have chosen the 6 speed if it weren’t for the above scenario.
 
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I was shocked to see the poll results and how few 2.0 non-etorque Rubicon models were out there.
It's not what I expected either. I wonder how the votes compare to the real-world production numbers.

Out of the current 118 votes:
3.6 = 85%
2.0 = 15%
Manual = 35% (which is 42% of 3.6s)
 

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I wonder how the votes compare to the real-world production numbers.
I would guesstimate that the number of manual 2dr JL’s is somewhere between 25%-33% of overall 2dr Wranglers produced, based on production over the span of three months. I could be wrong but when I was shopping, these numbers were consistent of what was available. My $0.02.
 
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