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That's not true. It is just a bug in the configurator. That has been confirmed by our dealer guy.I don't doubt it in some cases. But that is not the only consideration. For example, on the base Sport the consumer can elect to have the $595 up-rated rear axle. But on the Sahara, to add the up-rated rear axle the cost is $595, plus an additional $895 for required more costly wheels. I doubt that is due to the manufacturing run situation you suggested. Rather if I had to speculate, probably Jeep suspects the Sahara buyer might have more cash to spend, and unlike the Sport they already offer more expensive wheel options on the Sahara, so they figure hey lets try to get more out of this axle upgrade thing.