It's 85.7" wide. As far as I can tell that's about a foot wider than an XR. I've been on several trails where there's no way that I would have fit if my Jeep was a foot wider.I assume you are commenting on axle widths since there is no need to make the body any wider except for the flares.
In general, those running large tires seem to install aftermarket axles that are wider by 2-6 inches. Some also like the improved stability they provide. There is a minor drawback for tight trails, but that quickly abates as these wider axles become more prevalent and trails get widened by them.
Yes. But that width is the axle/tire track and the removable flares. The body of the vehicle is no wider than before.It's 85.7" wide. As far as I can tell that's about a foot wider than an XR. I've been on several trails where there's no way that I would have fit if my Jeep was a foot wider.
It probably wouldn't matter on most trails around Moab, but it definitely does on many of the trails where I live.
It mostly has to do with gearing and epa regulation to mpg etc on the diesel, but I think we’d be more likely to see the new hurricane engine in the wrangles as a 20 th anniversary edition then jeep working on tweaking the diesel to accommodate the XRWhat is the reason(s) the XR hasn't been offered with the 3.0 EcoDiesel?