Sport or Rubicon 2 doors

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Yep, I liked the Rubi, but I'll never use lockers and all that damn red was a turn off for me. I've got a Sport S. When I ordered, I clicked only 2 boxes, auto and A/T tires! I love it:like:
the red highlights was turned me off too. plus i wasnt crazy on the wheel options. yeah i could of sold the stockers and get aftermarkets, but not at that price and not worth the hassle.
 

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I have a long commute and drive my JL. Just purchased a 2 door Rubi. It’s awesome to drive if you’re in a good mood. The larger tires and more off-road focused suspension make it bouncy and a bit squirrelly, but that’s all part of its charm. If I’m in a bad mood, I sometimes wish I had a fast, smooth ride to just get me home. But most days it’s a blast!
eventho my commute is 16 miles round trip, once i'm behind the wheel of the jeep i forget about what mood i'm in. other then a jeep mood.
 

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If you dont plan to offroad it much or at all, skip the rubi and put the extra cash into some nice looking wheels and a lift if thats what you want.

If you want leather i think youd have to go rubi.

The 8 speed auto is excellent. If you’ll be sitting in traffic, you’ll appreciate it. If youre concerned about mpg, go Sport. The gearing and weight makes a difference. The turbo 4 should help with that as well as make it a little more fun to drive on the street as well.
 

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If you dont plan to offroad it much or at all, skip the rubi and put the extra cash into some nice looking wheels and a lift if thats what you want.

If you want leather i think youd have to go rubi.

The 8 speed auto is excellent. If you’ll be sitting in traffic, you’ll appreciate it. If youre concerned about mpg, go Sport. The gearing and weight makes a difference. The turbo 4 should help with that as well as make it a little more fun to drive on the street as well.
I'm not sure if the Jeep builder is correct or not, but the Sport S has all kinds of options to include leather.:like:
 
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