The only other vehicle, I would put my dogs in, is a Tahoe and they are around 70 grand, so count me in!It's probably going to top out at 70k. Engine will be 10k, extras will be 5k. Jeep starts at 57k.
Hard to hide that rumble.The only other vehicle, I would put my dogs in, is a Tahoe and they are around 70 grand, so count me in!
The only thing I would change is the tires, the 35's would make it too high for my white Boxer, the girl is getting old.
Second though, maybe they will beef up a stock wrangler with a 392, no lift kit, no 35's, WOW what a sleeper that would be!
FCA is definitely feeling the heat from Ford(rightly so) and I'm sure they know they need to upgrade dealer service levels and offer a sexy motor to help combat the bronco launch. I still dont understand why they dont drop in the Dodge Ram 5.7 liter V8 with ultimate d44 axles. It would sound good, produce 410 lb ft of torque and would be a significant upgrade over the 3.6 and 2.0 motors. I bet they could offer it as a $6-7k upgrade package. The ram with the 5.7 gets 23mpg on the HWY...solid IMHO.It seems most in this thread are skeptical. I’m skeptical that they’re not coming out with a more capable/powerful Wrangler.
Jeep has cornered the off road market. I can’t see them letting Ford just waltz in and take it away from them.