We can't find any specifics yet on how easy it is or is not to R&R the dash inserts. Looks like a large group wants to correct this dash issue. The factory should, yet if not, it's a great aftermarket cottage industry challenge.
I’m stock in choosing btw hard top roof or wait for sliding power top. But in a 2nd thought is it possible to order both the hard top & sliding power top?* Update: Build & Price is now available at Jeep.com (link). Click on "Doors" to toggle 2 and 4 door.
** To see all base and invoice pricing for all models, options, groups, see -- 2018 Jeep Wrangler JL/JLU Base and Options Price (w/ Invoice) (Sport, S, Sahara, Rubicon)
Not sure about ordering both, but I haven’t seen it as an option. From what I’ve read, Jeep discourages taking the power top off as it is difficult to align the tracks when putting it back on.I’m stock in choosing btw hard top roof or wait for sliding power top. But in a 2nd thought is it possible to order both the hard top & sliding power top?
Then switch them Whenever you like?
I would not take the power top off. Good luck trying to get it " factory" right again.Not sure about ordering both, but I haven’t seen it as an option. From what I’ve read, Jeep discourages taking the power top off as it is difficult to align the tracks when putting it back on.
great find, so the ONLY jeep with a fold down middle rear seat (talking the fold down arm rest, not the whole seat) is the Sahara leather seats unless these pictures are wrong....its the only one that has the cup holders NOT in the floor, and mounted to the headrest of the middle seat. Every other trim (including Sahara cloth) and model regardless of cloth or leather as the option have cup holders behind the center console.
I feel like you are describing me.....and many others. I've been battling in my mind that this jeep is 50K and no wrangler should be; but I then remembered that when compared to the TJ I had last, this Wrangler is heads and shoulders more capable, comfy, and has the TECH that my TJ could have only dreamed of. It's worth the 50K to me.....and I suspect many others as well.
Considering its an option for the Sport/Sport S to have tan cloth, I do not see why they wouldnt offer it at some point. No telling though honestly, maybe they are waiting for special edition Rubicons/Saharas before they do it. Or maybe they want to wait and see if its worth investing in the premium tan cloth seats based on how sales of the Sport/Sport S tan cloth goes first. No idea, just speculation.I've searched around but can't find an answer to this one:
Are the tan cloth seats going to be offered with the Rubicon? They're not available on the builder right now. Why would the black cloth seats be an option but not the tan like they are on the sport? Any info out there?
It's the black soft top with the duel top option. I'm not sure there's a way to get the tan top with the duel tops even if you wanted it.So, I was on Jeeps web site building a Rubicon and when I select the Punk'n Metallic it forces me to add the tan leather seats. I also wanted the dual top and body color freedom top. My question, what color is the soft top going to be with this configuration? Black or tan? I really don't want a tan soft top!
OK...another question. Is there a way to add heated front seats without adding the Cold Weather Group? I don't want to pay for all the other stuff.It's the black soft top with the duel top option. I'm not sure there's a way to get the tan top with the duel tops even if you wanted it.