Official 2019 Wrangler Info Inside

  1. Majestic

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    It’s no different than a non locking fuel door on a lot of vehicles. You can remove the soft top from a Jeep with the doors locked. An unlocked gas cap would be the least of its worries.
     
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    I’m surprised no one pointed out they promised half doors in 2019 but it’s not listed. Or is it missing because it’s promised for summer of 2019?
     
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    I'm hearing a lot of folks talking about the 'upcharge' from a 2018 JL to a 2019. How much are you speculating? The 2018 JL's starting price was 4k more than the 2018 JK. But, there were way more upgrades from the JK to the JL. I would only imagine the 2018 to 2019 price increase to be between a few hundred and 1k. Should I expect otherwise?
     
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    The order guide is already posted. $100 increase plus $100 more for a few of the options.
     
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    Just got back from the dealer and placed an order for a 2019 JLUR sting gray. The pricing the dealer had is the same as in the order guide as I'm always skeptical. Overall, the upgrade is not too great although there is a new 'Advanced' safety package which also requires adding the standard safety package.
     
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    They fix the gutter issue?
     
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    They now include a rain jacket so you stay dry when entering or exiting!

    I did not ask but I doubt any changes were made.
     
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    Does anyone know why the half door option is no longer available in the US but is in Canada?
     
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    Diesel confirmed today. Yeehaw!
     
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    Don’t yammer on about glowing reviews you claim to have seen. Link to them.


    Here’s what IIHS found when testing midsize SUVs. GMC Acadia does well; Ford and Jeep are at the bottom of the barrel.
    https://www.iihs.org/iihs/news/desk...tests-of-midsize-suvs-reveal-some-major-flaws
     
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    contrary to what is posted above , Mojito is available for 2019
     
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    God bless Mojito! being offered on 2019s (even if for a short time). Sad to see the removal of the steel bumpers on the Rubicons although it will probably be available to add later on. Going to place my order for a 2019 Mojito! 4-Door Rubi ASAP, pending if the advanced safety group is available yet.
     
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    I am just about to buy a 2018 JLU and my friend (a Jeep owner of many years) is recommending I wait and order a 2019 instead. Is there any indications on what sort of changes are coming with the 2019 aside from different color choices and a price increase? I'm not looking for a diesel or 4-cyl. I was about to buy a JLU Sport S with 6-cyl engine, 6-speed manual trans, tech package, tow package, anti-spin differential and hard top.

    What are your thoughts about the electronic system and such? I wasn't expecting many changes since it seems like the 2018 has only been out for half a year anyway.
     
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    Based on what you're buying, there will be no difference. Except for a couple new engine options, the only change for 2019 is the addition of a couple options on the Safety Package (advance breaking and lane warning). They are also adding a aqua green color which has been somewhat polarizing, and supposedly removing Mojito (the neon green color) from the options. Other than that, no changes except for a $200 increase in the base price. So you're safe to go ahead with the 2018.
     
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    yeah, i'm not interested in those other engines. my friend's concern seems to primarily be around buying the first year of a new Jeep (Chrysler) vehicle.
     
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