In NO way did I mean to infer that it would just be $1495...I was only pointing to the actual upgrade cost in another FCA 4x4 vehicle that going from a standard 3.6 V6 to a 5.7 Hemi was a modest $1495 and we might be pleasantly surprised when pricing is announced. If you look at the Recon package pricing vs adding the same options to a standard Rubicon, the Recon is a very good value...If you want all the options in the Recon package.
I would also think that FCA might just take into account a new upcoming competitor before getting too crazy with pricing...
Finally. Common sense.