On Pavement: Sport, Sahara or Rubicon?

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Are power seats optional on the 2019s? I'm not fully up to date on every single option update, otherwise there isn't any power seats on the JL from the factory.
I'm not up on it either. I assumed the higher trim levels had power seats. So the $51,000 JLUs don't even have power seats? WTH??
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I'm not up on it either. I assumed the higher trim levels had power seats. So the $51,000 JLUs don't even have power seats? WTH??
Manual seats across the lineup.
 

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I'm not up on it either. I assumed the higher trim levels had power seats. So the $51,000 JLUs don't even have power seats? WTH??
Your YJ had manual , so this must be the same , si ?
 

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Manual seats across the lineup.
Wow. That makes me feel better about staying with the Sport.

The seats/driving comfort is my only big complaint with the interior. I assumed I had missed out by not going with a higher trim, but apparently not.
 

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Being tall, 6'2" with long legs, having power seats with bottom tilt was always a requirement when I purchased cars. Tilting the lower cushion back was the only way to gain that last inch or so in legroom to make longer drives comfortable.

Sadly, but understandably, not an option in the Jeep.
 
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