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I must be missing something. What's so funny or scary about it?
 


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It’s a lot but completely worth every dime
Hell yeah! The great thing about jeeps is that if you spend a little (like my old YJ) you get a hell of an experience and if you spend a lot you do too. They’re just different experiences.
 

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Hell yeah! The great thing about jeeps is that if you spend a little (like my old YJ) you get a hell of an experience and if you spend a lot you do too. They’re just different experiences.
I’ll put our JL above any over priced euro trash import SUV every day. Take it anywhere with heated seats... f yea.
 


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I find a stripped out basic one for $35k to be scarier.
Absolutely, this is a great point too. One day when I’m bored at work I’ll make a chart or graph comparing MSRPs of base vs. Rubi Wranglers through the years vs. average new car transaction prices and see how that stacks up. Actually now that I think about it, I’ll convert all the MSRPs to 2019 dollars...

Hey if you’re reading this in like late May/early June 2019 tag me to get my attention and remind me to do this :idea::CWL:
 

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Jeep for 50005! !50005 for Jeep
 

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Absolutely, this is a great point too. One day when I’m bored at work I’ll make a chart or graph comparing MSRPs of base vs. Rubi Wranglers through the years vs. average new car transaction prices and see how that stacks up. Actually now that I think about it, I’ll convert all the MSRPs to 2019 dollars...

Hey if you’re reading this in like late May/early June 2019 tag me to get my attention and remind me to do this :idea::CWL:
Bloomberg recently had a graph showing the steep increase in Wranglers average transaction price

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