And the 11/25/19 production start is referenced again at the bottom of a review by Moparinsiders. I’m still hopeful production will start earlier and is not a firm production date from FCA.
https://moparinsiders.com/first-look-2020-jeep-wrangler-unlimited-ecodiesel-lineup/The 2020 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited EcoDiesel begins production on November 25th, 2019 at the Toledo North Assembly Plant.
If the EPA magically releases fuel efficiency data and emissions certification on 11/25, there was either some backdoor agreement to the delay as part of FCAs prior 3.0 emissions penalty, or the EPA has managed a combination of both woeful work efficiency and perfect predictability of vehicle certifications 2 months prior to publishing. Neither is acceptable.And the 11/25/19 production start is referenced again at the bottom of a review by Moparinsiders. I’m still hopeful production will start earlier and is not a firm production date from FCA.
Well this is a step in the right direction.jeep.com build feature now provides for the 3.0 ecodiesel option.
Highly unlikely for those that ordered in the first couple weeks. They limited it to sold orders up front to take care of the diehards and will probably have a date cutoff where they start prioritizing dealer stock which will push later sold orders later than the first dealer stock arrivals.I was surprised to run across this random comment at the end of Edmunds review of the Wrangler Diesel:
”Pricing and availability
A dealer can submit your order for a Jeep Wrangler EcoDiesel right now. But you might actually be able to get your hands on one sooner if you wait until they start arriving in dealerships in late December and early January.”
So...a dealer would get a diesel wrangler before all of us who have placed orders for over a month now? Say it can’t be so!!