yeah I believe so. Tomorrow.What do you mean by "new allocation"? Is this the second round of dealer allocations being assigned?
I had a BMW before, and my brother has one. They don't like to go on-road, much less off-road. Mine was plagued with electrical problems, and my brother's is, as well. He just dropped $6k to get the wiring re-done, and it needed a new stereo. It is a convertible, and it got a little water in it from a light rain shower. I wouldn't pay 10 grand for either of them.These numbers astonish me. I own a BMW diesel wagon with a feature list that makes the Wrangler look like a painted tin can by comparison, and I only paid $40k for it. It gets 43 MPG on the highway, and cruises comfortably at 125 MPH. Too bad the Wrangler doesn't have any serious competition, to keep prices down. I may need to find another way to get off road on weekends, maybe a used 4x4 pickup.
I am thinking of selling a kidney. lolI 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.
Whatever you do, don't go looking at all the standard features on a $30,000 Grand Cherokee compared to Wrangler Sport S. I made that mistake yesterday.A basic Sport S Unlimited (so you can get power windows and A/C standard) with only the automatic trans. added is MSRP of $37,800??? HOLY CRAP.
I told you guys the pricing was going to be insane...but that's a whole new league of insanity.
I'm not paying that much for a simple body on frame midsize SUV...ever.