No.Right? The JK had both so I imagine the JL would need to have at least one for music!
The HD in the JK's that had them had, what, less than 30GB useable? With the advances in SD density and the drop in pricing who would want a (relatively) fragile hard drive instead of an SD card these days? Don't get me wrong, I'm an old fuddy-duddy and I like having a CD player option (actually my Acura has DVD-A which lets me store TONS of ripped CD's on one disc) but in 2018 it seems like the option to link a portable player, a phone, or insert an SD card provides a ton of flexibility and better meets most consumers' expectations. I'm sure there will continue to be people (like me) that will be upset by the loss of the CD option but I'm doubting they constitute enough of Jeep's potential buyers to make much of a difference.Right? The JK had both so I imagine the JL would need to have at least one for music!
Thumb drive.Bummer. I would have actually preferred a SD. I mostly use my phone anyway. I have Apple Music and unlimited data so I can listen to almost anything at any time. But it would be nice to have my personal music on a SD for when I am in the mountains with poor coverage. I do keep a few playlists downloaded on my phone for that but I dont have much storage on my phone.