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Is it just me or does it look like the V6 is only available with the AT in Rubicon trim and not Sport, Willys, or Sahara. Those look like AT is 2.0L only.
That's what I see. Very odd.
 

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Alright, someone who’s good at adding numbers, find out how screwed we’re getting!
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Jeep Wrangler JL Latest 2024 Jeep Wrangler Order Guide & Pricing List (JL/JLU) - Updated Monthly CC13B1FE-BCC0-4711-AF0E-B11EB15F0149
Edit—Screwed in all ways— 21 MSRP 73.5K (NA so add 4K for XR), now $87,595– SOT $2K now $3,495 — paint $245 now $495, tow not listed ? Shipping $300 higher—sales tax, license, insurance higher.
 
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Does it appear they're still not offering 35" tires and 4.56 on the 2 door? I see Rubicon X as a column but can't tell whether it's actually legit this time.
 

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If I'm reading this right, it looks like the Rubicon X with the 3.6 auto is $66,395, which for the list of included options, seems like a hell of a deal to me. And no 3.6 eTorque anymore- is that right?
 

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Does it appear they're still not offering 35" tires and 4.56 on the 2 door? I see Rubicon X as a column but can't tell whether it's actually legit this time.
The Rubicon X column in the 4-door guide says "Includes 35-inch tires". The Rubicon X column in the 2-door guide does not.
 
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Does it appear they're still not offering 35" tires and 4.56 on the 2 door? I see Rubicon X as a column but can't tell whether it's actually legit this time.
Not yet
 

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If I did my math right, it actually came out very close to what I could price together on the Jeep build site for a 2023 similar model. Not bad!

Was hoping to get Rubicon with leather, 3-piece hardtop, convenience group, safety group, tech group, v6 manual. Comes out to about 57.5k before dest charge.

Thank you for sharing. Will have to maul over this for a minute then get ready to order!
 

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As best as I can tell my exact build that I tried to order for 2023, it was closed before my order got in.

msrp is only 10 dollars more
 

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The 2dr willys says it has a 5400lb towing rating with that upgraded rear axle, I think that's a typo and only applies to 4 dr.
 

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Looks like the eTorque is definitely gone. Really surprised at the Rubicon X pricing and that it's actually available for the 2-door (still no 35" XR and I think the winch is extra). Few thousand cheaper than my comparable '23 build and the X even has a few extra safety options.

I'd probably be a bit pissed about that (and being forced to get the eTorque), but I'd be even more irked not being able to order Sting-Gray.
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