Official 2018 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Order Guide (4-Door JLU - U.S.). Order bank is open!

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No sense eating 9-10 months of depreciation off the lot!
Doesn't really matter much if you keep it longer term.





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So since this package forces the selec-trac does that include the upgrade to an automatic or do you have to add the automatic first and then add the Moab package meaning the price is really $12,905 off base of a Sahara?


The 2018 Jeep Wrangler Moab Edition (package code 24M) is detailed in the latest order guide (posted above).

It is available for the 4-door Sahara only and the package adds $10,905 MSRP ($9,705 invoice).

PACKAGE CONTENTS:
  • 17X7.5 MOAB BLACK ALUMINUM WHEELS (WJP)
  • 2.72:1 SELEC-TRAC FULL TIME 4WD SYS (DHP)
  • ALPINE PREMIUM AUDIO SYSTEM (RC4)
  • ANTI-SPIN DIFFERENTIAL REAR AXLE (DSA)
  • BLACK BADGES (MGF)
  • BLIND SPOT AND CROSS PATH DETECTION (XAN)
  • BODY COLOR 3-PIECE HARD TOP (HT3)
  • BODY COLOR GRILLE W/ BLACK ACCENTS (MFX)
  • ELECTRONIC INFOTAINMENT SYS GROUP (AEK)
  • HOOD W/AIR VENTS (MEW)
  • LED LIGHTING GROUP (AD6)
  • LT255/75R17C TIRES (TTK)
  • MCKINLEY LEATHER SEATS W/ JEEP LOGO (*FL)
  • MOAB EDITION (AMB)
  • MOAB HOOD BADGING (M1A)
  • MOPAR ALL-WEATHER FLOOR MATS (CWA)
  • MOPAR HARDTOP HEADLINER (CHD)
  • MOPAR HEAVY DUTY ROCK RAILS (MMU)
  • PARKSENSE REAR PARK ASSIST SYSTEM (XAA)
  • PREMIUM WRAPPED I/P BEZELS (JEK)
  • REAR VIEW AUTO DIM MIRROR (GNK)
  • REAR WINDOW DEFROSTER (GFA)
  • REAR WINDOW WIPER/WASHER (JHB)
  • REMOTE PROXIMITY KEYLESS ENTRY (GXD)
  • SAFETY GROUP (AJ1)
  • SIRIUSXM GUARDIAN, 1-YR TRIAL (RSK)
  • SIRIUSXM TRAFFIC PLUS (RTB)
  • SIRIUSXM TRAVEL LINK (RSM)
  • STEEL FRONT BUMPER (MC6)

OPTIONAL:
  • 21.5 GALLON FUEL TANK (NF5)
  • COLD WEATHER GROUP (ADE)
  • DUAL TOP GROUP (AEN)
  • ENGINE BLOCK HEATER (NHK)
  • JEEP TRAIL RATED KIT (XWX)
  • REMOTE START SYSTEM (XBM)
  • SKY ONE-TOUCH POWER TOP (STJ)
  • SMOKER'S GROUP (AWS)
  • SOFT TOP WINDOW STORAGE BAG (CWJ)
  • TRAILER TOW AND HD ELECTRICAL GROUP (ADH)
  • TRAIL RAIL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (CMD)
  • MOPAR 1941 HOOD GRAPHIC (M9E)
  • MOPAR AMERICAN FLAG HOOD GRAPHIC (M9D)
  • MOPAR BLACK TUBE STEPS (MRU)
  • MOPAR CARGO TUB LINER (CK5)
  • MOPAR CHROME TUBUE STEPS (MRT)
  • MOPAR HINGE-GATE REINFORCEMENT (XDB)
  • MOPAR LOWER BODY SIDE GRAPHIC (M9G)
  • MOPAR PLASTIC DOOR SILL GUARDS (CLP)
  • MOPAR UPPER BODY SIDE GRAPHIC (M9F)
 

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Doesn't really matter much if you keep it longer term.
From what I’ve seen it’s about $2500-3000/year on depreciation. To me that’s significant and about 8% of the purchase price. Especially if the only determining factor between buying and not buying is simply waiting another 3-4 months.
 

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So custmer can't order one? This is only for dealership to order from? 2019 model must be months away.
No one could order a 2018 , I believe 9/13 is 2019 order date

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So customer can't order one? This is only for dealership to order from? 2019 model must be months away.
Now I been searching around and I’m getting conflicting information on this , originally I thought u couldn’t order a 2018 after 7/18 but jeep came out with a special edition in August so I may be wrong, try calling a bunch of dealers to find out exactly what the case is , but if I were you I’d order a 2019 at this point I believe that you can do that on 9/13 next Thursday
 

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So I have a question about invoice pricing. My order was submitted on June 11 and is finally on her way to getting delivered. My Saraha order was cloned. Will my invoice pricing still be from the date of order or are they going to try and put the increases in since the original June order date?
 

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I was curious and looked at KBB for used values and you don't really gain anything buying the 2019 versus the 2018 as far as used values. I spec'd the same Sport S as a 14' and 15' with the same mileage and the private sale values were the same. did the same thing for a 16' and it actually shows a lower private party sale than the 15' and 14' (shrug).

If I can save more buying an 18' off the lot versus ordering a 19', I'm in for an 18'. Depreciation doesn't seem to matter .
 

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I was curious and looked at KBB for used values and you don't really gain anything buying the 2019 versus the 2018 as far as used values. I spec'd the same Sport S as a 14' and 15' with the same mileage and the private sale values were the same. did the same thing for a 16' and it actually shows a lower private party sale than the 15' and 14' (shrug).

If I can save more buying an 18' off the lot versus ordering a 19', I'm in for an 18'. Depreciation doesn't seem to matter .
That's bc no one has sold 2019's, so there's no data available...plus, hopefully they've addressed the TSB's on the newer models, so less likely to have a recall (at least for prior known issues). There's also the additional safety package only avail on the 19's if you wanted that option. As for depreciation, many argue it doesn't matter longer term, however, there's at least a $2-3K difference if you bought a 2018 and sold it the following year vs buying the 2019 model. Its true Wranglers don't depreciate as much as other vehicles, but that's still a substantial difference FWIW.
 

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That's bc no one has sold 2019's, so there's no data available...plus, hopefully they've addressed the TSB's on the newer models, so less likely to have a recall (at least for prior known issues). There's also the additional safety package only avail on the 19's if you wanted that option. As for depreciation, many argue it doesn't matter longer term, however, there's at least a $2-3K difference if you bought a 2018 and sold it the following year vs buying the 2019 model. Its true Wranglers don't depreciate as much as other vehicles, but that's still a substantial difference FWIW.
Not according to KBB. Their values show an 18' JK is worth less than a 17' with the same mileage.

For fun I ran the data for the same Sport S with the same mileage as a 13, 14, 15 and 16. The biggest gap was between the 13' and 16' as you'd expect, but the difference was only $1400.

So the reality according to the experts is depreciation between an 18' and 19' is a non issue.
 

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