When we decided we wanted one, I wound up at a big dealer about 2 hours from us (Orlando), they had 4 coming in, placeholder images, one was exactly the configuration we wanted (had one extra option that wasn't a huge cost, $595). This was way early into the 4xe being released, mid-April.Considering 4Xe’s low production numbers, how crazy the market is at the moment, the $7,500 tax credit, and how severe the shortage of Wranglers is out there, from what I gathered 4Xes seem relatively easy to come by.
The 4Xe buyer appears to be very specific. The dealer where I test drove the 4Xe got two originally: the first one sold right away; the second one has been sitting there while every other Wrangler sold out.
Not sure what that suggests about future resale values. It could very well be that the word hasn’t got out yet.