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First post here for me. I have been actively working on pricing and configuring a JLUR, and found the order guide very helpful to determine the "as optioned" price. I spent some time this evening converting the pdf into an interactive spreadsheet only for the JLUR at this point. Select the options you want and the total $FWP and $MSRP updates. Hope this may help others.





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Off Road Plus Mode on the Rubicon? Is this new?

Also the Rubicon GVWR is showing 5800# here. I was thinking that might be an increase.

Lastly, I noticed Silver Platinum instrument panel bezels on the Rubicon too.

I’m super disappointed there’s no 2.0 eTorque Recon right now. It’s great in the Sahara.
 

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Looks like the Willys "Edition" picks up Selec-Trac.

And the only place a potential Islander SportS model shows up:
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added colors and trims as well as below invoice percentages with tax option

made it a little more user friendly (I think), highlighted cells are the only ones that need
user input
Great job - thanks! And...welcome to the forum.
 

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Nice updates/changes. Thanks for sharing. I'm glad I waited for the 2021 model.

Awesome that the Rubicon will get the 3.6 eTorque. Although, I know some have concerns, but the eTorque is a much better implementation of ESS. The addition of the 4WD Auto is good news as well. This will be great in Chicagoland weather.

I knew the front camera was coming :)
 

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For those of us with bull bar bumpers, we'll need to get a front camera relocation kit to mount this new off road camera. I'm sure a new software update is coming that will soon enable this camera feature in your Uconnect.

Don't care much about the full time AWD, it would've been a nice to have but can do without. But, I want that front camera.
Second that, the trail camera would be a huge plus for me since I often make solo runs
 

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I haven’t even searched but
added colors and trims as well as below invoice percentages with tax option

made it a little more user friendly (I think), highlighted cells are the only ones that need
user input
nice! thanks!
 

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Also curious about the 5800 lb GVWR on Rubicon. In earlier build sheets, the Diesel ended up with a 6100 lb GVWR. Not much capacity for passengers on a diesel Rubicon if they don't up that limit.
The 3/30 build sheet had the EXJ (diesel) standard options:
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My dealer said they aren't making Diesels in the first traunch. Anybody else hearing that?
 

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What is the front camera for? People sitting in the back seat?

It's the trail cam like the Gladiator has. Forward facing high resolution camera to see close obstacles directly in front of the jeep that are obscured by the hood from the driver's view.

So far seems impossible to retrofit this. The only solutions that have been offered up to swap this into the existing 8.4 headunits have been low res composite video workarounds.
 

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