2018 Jeep Wrangler Price MSRP, 2.0L Turbo MPG, Colors Previews Shown in JL Internal Info Sheet

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    #1 Dec 1, 2017
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    UPDATE DECEMBER 12, 2017

    Pricing has been updated by Jay in his thread; refer to this for current JL/JLU pricing:

    https://www.jlwranglerforums.com/fo...r-jl-jlu-price-msrp-officially-released.2348/

    2018 Jeep Wrangler JL/JLU Price (MSRP) Officially Released!


    Jeep has raised prices since these documents were first released at the LA Auto Show. The pricing information below is no longer apparently valid.
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    The documents shown here are what FCA sent to its LA show reps. The Jeep rep at the show sent me this (you are seeing it exactly as it is on her iPad and then sent to me).

    Pricing breakdown:

    2-Door JL
    Sport - $26,195 ($2,200 more than 2017 JK)
    Sport S - $29,095 ($2,100 more than 2017 JK)
    Rubicon - $36,395 ($2,750 more than 2017 JK)

    4-Door JLU
    Sport - $29,995 ($2,100 more than 2017 JKU)
    Sport S - $33,195 ($2,100 more than 2017 JKU)
    Sahara - $36,995 ($2,700 more than 2017 JKU)
    Rubicon - $40,195 ($2,750 more than 2017 JKU)


    The chart I received below is a bit garbled, but here's how it's supposed to read (reconstructed in Excel):

    2018-Jeep-Wrangler-JL-pricing-chart-list.jpg



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    Jeep rep also sent me these.. Another interesting fact, according to the Jeep materials provided the reps, only the Rubi JL weighs less than its predecessor. She stated all other models, despite the widespread use of aluminum, weigh more than their JK counterparts. WTH...


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    Wheels are black! And they are sharp! One of the best looking wheels IMHO among all of the JLs there. I commented on another thread, but the Jeep rep at the show (take this with a grain of salt; she was sketchy on a number of details) told me disappointing things:

    Only the JL Rubicon weighs less than its predecessor; all other JL rigs, despite the extensive use of aluminum, weigh more than their JK predecessors (don't know how this breaks down between the JL and the JLU).

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    Wait why is 2.0L listed for $2k while 3.6L is $3500?
     
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    #4 Dec 1, 2017
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    If the pricing you posted is correct, these are the differences with the JK:

    2-Door (JK / JL / Difference)
    Sport - $23,995 / $26,195 / $2,200
    Sport S - $26,995 / $29,095 / $2,100
    Sahara - $30,445 / N/A
    Rubicon - $33,645 / $36,395 / $2,750

    4 - Door (JKU/JLU/Difference)
    Sport - $27,895 / $29,995 / $2,100
    Sport S - $31,095 / $33,195 / $2,100
    Sahara - $34,295 / $36,995 / $2,700
    Rubicon - $37,445 / $40,195 / $2,750
     
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    So which wheels are on the yellow rubicon? You said they were black, but neither of the Rubicon wheels on your next post look black.
     
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    Hey

    I was told the rubicon will come with the black mat wheels.
     
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    So the Pentastar is the upgrade engine, but the BSG is not available in the base configuration with the manual transmission. Interesting mix of both rumours.

    Notice that that 268HP number showed up as expected.

    It looks like DanW was correct about the Rubicon rims standard/option, but the Hella Yella came with blacked out Rims while the planner above shows them to be more accented than solid black.
     
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    Phew that pricing is a relief and more like the increase Jay's been saying. :whew: Also looks like more confirmation the Nacho name got changed to Hella Yella sometime after August. Been waiting to see Punk'n and Sting-Gray and there you go, those 2 may be on top of my list now.
     
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    The fuel economy of the turbo 4 is listed as 21/24 mpg? Only 1 mpg higher Highway mileage?
     
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    What the hell? The 8 speed auto is a $3,500 option with the 3.6? That can't be correct. The date in that sheet is Aug 2. Not very recent.
     
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    One photo shows a swatch of Sting Gray too. The date on the price list photo is 4 months old.
     
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    Man, I’m gonna break the $50K mark when the diesel arrives......
     
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    I like the Sport S wheels better than the rest of them. But $33,195 plus roughly $2500 for the automatic/hardtop and $1100 for delivery brings my configuration to about $37,000 plus tax. Damn, better start digging my change out of the couch.
     
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    if true, this is ridiculous....its a $1400 option on the JK.
     
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    can someone please enlighten me on the differences between sport and sport S
     
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