Does anybody know if the bronze wheels are an option or standard? The hydro blue one had the bronze wheels and the granite had the black ones during Jeeps promotion of the 392.
I am sure we will see aftermarket support as at the end of the day it is not that drastically different over any other JL.Is anyone worried about aftermarket parts for these? I have never run a vehicle without a fully belly skid and I’m a little worried the market may be so small for these that we won’t see many 392 specific parts.....
Complete bullshit.revised insde soure says allocations are almost sold, 164 allocations total for the first batch, after that probably a price increase. So dont feel bad paying MSRP on the 1st rollout what ever the price is its only going to go up in the future. The price will increase after the initial rollout and everyone see’s it and wants one.
Prior to deciding on the JLUR, I had a similar plan.I’m sort of with you. But about 10 years ago, I bought a high mileage, all freeway JKU to do my Hemi swap in. Got a great deal on it.
It was a few year old 2007 Rubicon. I bought it to transform so it was perfect. I bought a 6.1 SRT crate motor, new 545RFE TRANS, lift, 37’s, bumpers, etc etc etc. I spent 62k in just parts.
I am not disagreeing. I am curious what this tells you about "why I own a Jeep more than anything else"? Also...I have the 3.6.Every vehicle out there has a buyer. Every vehicle is worth what it is paid for by the buyer. Every owner has their reasons why or why not. But to compare your 2.0 to this, and to say not for $30k more, personally tells me more on why you own a Jeep than Anything else.
I too have a 2.0.
To be fair though, the 392 could keep up to a base 911. This while retaining traditional wrangler functions such as removable doors and top as well as off-road capability justifies the price to some extent. Niche vehicles will always cost a pretty penny.Geesus.. that's approaching 911 territory..