Should I buy this 2018... Or order 2019 JL?

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very few miles on it for a 2016 !
Very good color ! To answer your question , Army Infantry in Vietnam . Wouldn't trade that year for anything .

All military is good . Especially Navy pilots landing on carriers at night ! And Navy Seals on a tough mission !

I'd like to live in Washington state , and play with the mountain lions and lynxes .
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I have now test driven 5 JLU's in two states and they all have the "loose" steering issue. I really like the JL and will eventually buy one. However, I am very hesitant to buy one right now because this issue has persisted for several months ( the build dates of the Wranglers I drove ranged from 4/18 to 9/18) and Jeep/Chrysler seems unwilling or unable to fix it. At the last two dealerships I discussed the steering issue at some length with the salesman and sales manager. I believe that they are aware of the issue, and that you can get a better deal on purchasing a JLU off the lot by bringing this issue up and complaining about it. I stated that I would not buy one with this issue and I will not, but the sales people seemed willing to bend over backward to sell the one I drove. So, if you must buy one now, the approach of complaining about the bad steering can probably save you a few dollars.
 

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I have now test driven 5 JLU's in two states and they all have the "loose" steering issue. I really like the JL and will eventually buy one. However, I am very hesitant to buy one right now because this issue has persisted for several months ( the build dates of the Wranglers I drove ranged from 4/18 to 9/18) and Jeep/Chrysler seems unwilling or unable to fix it. At the last two dealerships I discussed the steering issue at some length with the salesman and sales manager. I believe that they are aware of the issue, and that you can get a better deal on purchasing a JLU off the lot by bringing this issue up and complaining about it. I stated that I would not buy one with this issue and I will not, but the sales people seemed willing to bend over backward to sell the one I drove. So, if you must buy one now, the approach of complaining about the bad steering can probably save you a few dollars.

But it will cause you untold grief in visits to service to remedy the issue . Who needs problems ? Only math students .
 
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