2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited ORDER GUIDE (4-Door)!

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Essentially FCA made the standard 3.6 engine a $500 upgraded engine. They are now offering the 2.0T as the new standard engine $500 below what the 3.6 cost previously.
The “standard 3.6/Auto” is now a $1,000 premium to upgrade

2.0/Auto = $1,500
3.6/Auto = $2,500
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The “standard 3.6/Auto” is now a $1,000 premium to upgrade

2.0/Auto = $1,500
3.6/Auto = $2,500
I was comparing it to the 18/19s where 3.6/auto combo was $2000.

Now the 3.6/auto is a $500 increase from 18/19.

The 2.0T/auto is $500 less than the 3.6/auto was for 18/19.
 

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Disappointed about the color options. Also wondering if the black leather seats will still have red stitching or if they’ll go to white stitching like on the Sahara. The latter would make the exterior color selection much easier.

As much as I love the red stitching, it and the red dash panel just clash with so many of the exterior color. The dash panel is simple and relatively cheap to replace, but the same can’t be said of all the stitched items.
They should also offer a grey or black dash with the Rubicon with black seats as well. I know some people like it, but a lot of people (like me) don't like the red dash at all.
 

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They should also offer a grey or black dash with the Rubicon with black seats as well. I know some people like it, but a lot of people (like me) don't like the red dash at all.
The problem is I really want the P’unkn orange but my wife (and I as well) don’t like the clash with that and the red stitching. And not a fan of the beige seats. And the new dark saddle isn’t much different.

So it’s going to be between white, red, or sting grey for us it seems like. Gobi would have been cool and not clashing with the red.
 

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The problem is I really want the P’unkn orange but my wife (and I as well) don’t like the clash with that and the red stitching. And not a fan of the beige seats. And the new dark saddle isn’t much different.

So it’s going to be between white, red, or sting grey for us it seems like. Gobi would have been cool and not clashing with the red.
Ooooh. Orange with brown seats and red dash. Do it! Get a pink soft top too.
 

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Does anyone know does the E Torque give you a higher tow rating I believe the Sahara is 3500 with the standard 3.6
No, tow rating will be unchanged.

E-torque provides no assistance above 1500 rpm, so it’s of little use in towing situations.
 

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orange with brown seats lol.
Man why did they have to do brown seats. They should've done purple seats. or red seats. or something. brown is just ugly.
 

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orange with brown seats lol.
Man why did they have to do brown seats. They should've done purple seats. or red seats. or something. brown is just ugly.
The purple with red stitching wouldn’t work.
 

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Ooooh. Orange with brown seats and red dash. Do it! Get a pink soft top too.
A pink soft top wouldn’t work, but a pink hardtop would be great. That with the purple seats, I might do. But it depends on if they have the right shade of pink.
 

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Auto high beam headlamp control for 2020 with Advanced Safety Group. It's a nice feature. I would like to have it but probably not a big enough reason to change my 2019 for 2020 Rubicon.
 

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Is it possible that FCA is not even confident enough to put the 3.6L eTorque/turbo in the Rubicons which are more likely to be used for offroading? Maybe they have statistics showing Sahara owners tend to drive on less rough roads, so a new engine version is less likely to have issues compared to putting them in Rubicon and get heavily loaded?
 
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