Since you live on the upper northeast and winters can be brutal, a little advice, have it undercoated. Don't let the dealer do it. They will overcharge you an not do the insides of the doors or door sills. Find a stand alone shop that does Undercoating or a some used to say Z-Barting. It will prevent you Jeep from rusting out prematurely as well as your brake lines and fuel lines.Hello Folks,
I'm new to the forum and new to Jeep.
In the past (prior to 2008), I've had Trailbalzers, Tahoe's etc but in 2008 I ordered a new 2008 BMW 335xi Coupe. I live in Orchard Park NY and we get a fair amount of snow. The BMW with Blizzak's is really awesome in the snow but it's still a car.
6 years ago I started driving a Maserati GranTurismo as my DD 6 months a year and the BMW became my winter car.
I'm a sports car guy (have Ferrari's) so the Jeep will be a very new experience for me. I'm not replacing the sports cars, I'm just looking to use the Jeep as my winter car, Say Nov 1st until May 1st +/- a couple weeks. Of course, it would come in handy as a back up car and something to haul stuff with. So the Jeep would replace the now tired BMW.
I've got a few questions and I thank you all in advance.
1) Does anyone know if the 2020 orders are being taken with the V6 eTorque? My dealer tells me "no" but frankly I know they are looking to move 2019 inventory so not sure I trust that answer. I've driven the 2.0L and the V6 and the 2.0L has more pep (not surprised given the turbo) but I'm a little bothered with a 4 cylinder in a truck.
2) For 2019, with the optional LED package, are the head lights LED? (I think no?). With the 2020 headlights be LED?
I've decided to get one for sure, so now I just need to decided on a 2019 or 2020.
Here is my config based on the 2019:
Thank you all in advance.