Red with forward camera, hinge gate, tow package, hard top headliner, and all weather mats. I’ll add the VIN when I finally get. Hopefully soon.
There are several (myself included) that know their 392's are built, but the factory has not released any of them for shipping at the moment. So your guess at the moment is just as good as ours, as far as how long it takes to get to the dealer. I have a crystal ball if you would like to borrow it.
There are several (myself included) that know their 392's are built, but the factory has not released any of them for shipping at the moment.
I was told anywhere from 10-15 days once released from the plant. But who knows..
Once past this it will go to storage, JS, to wait for shipping or released by the plant to transport, KZ. When your order originally goes into the system the delivery location is known and the method of shipping is determined at that time. If within 250 mile up to 300 miles of the plant it is usually trucked to the dealer. Further than that it is shipped via railroad. Orders may be sequenced based on location grouping. They sit until there are enough going to the same area to fill a truck or railcar.
A new set of patience is necessary. Jeep does not control this process. They also do not get timely info on the transit location at Jeep Chat. They often give two week windows and change that window frequently. Your dealer should have access to a transit logistics system such as Rubicon VLS (not the same as the Jeep Rubicon) that provides excellent detail especially if by rail. It shows when and where it was loaded in Toledo, the carrier and the ETA to drop. It also updates location, date and time every time the railcar passes an RFID reader with an updated ETA. If your dealer is reluctant to provide this information don't hesitate to push for it.