2018 Wrangler JL Owners Manual and User Guide leaked!

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    #1 Oct 14, 2017
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    Holy SH%#!
     
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    #3 Oct 15, 2017
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    Whoa this is loaded with info. Looks like the quarter window debacle is solved. Very sad that they didn't stick with the originally spied A/T shifter.

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    Holy smokes this is a lot to take in....
     
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    Well there's the power sliding top and trail rail explained:

    The Power Top is non-removable. If desired, the rear quarter windows can be removed and stored in pro- vided storage bags. Refer to “Quarter Window Re- moval” in this section for further information.

    • The Power Top will not open in temperatures below –4°F (-20°C). However, if it is opened at a higher temperature, it can be closed at temperatures above –40°F (-40°C).

    • The Power Top will not operate at vehicle speeds above 60 mph (96 km/h).


    Trail Rail Cargo Organizer — If Equipped

    If your vehicle is equipped with the Trail Rail system, a rail will be found built into the floor on either side of the cargo area. An organizer bar fits into slides in the rail to create an adjustable barrier.
     
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    Oh do I have some good Sunday reading to do! I see the Power Top mentioned but can't tell if it's a hard or soft sliding top. Anyone see this indicated anywhere?

    I think the new key fob design is sweet!

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    So tow capacity hasn't changed? :( Looks like it's still 3500 pounds for the 4-door.


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    Dayyym....well there goes my weekend! Just wish there were specs! :headbang:
     
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    Lots of beautiful and wonderful things
    I am happy...

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    It looks fantastic IMO! Just like the renderings done up here. Noticed the wheels are different than the ones we've been seeing on the Rubicon though... which I prefer over the one of the cover of the User Guide.

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    Holy shit... Jeep really dropped the ball here. So much for a “reveal.” This is what they get for keeping the info from us for this long..

    Time to feast our eyes on the JL
     
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    2.0L Hurricane turbo and new look for the 3.6L Pentastar


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    Damn it, it's 2am and I was just about to go to bed!
     
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    No Diesel option huh... I haven't been paying attention recently, but that's a bit of a let down
     
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    Powered SLIDING Top is confirmed, but I don't see anything about the Power Soft Top?!
     
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