Better payload with the Power Wagon as well.I really struggle with the JT though. It seems to me that it has almost the exact same capabilities as the Power Wagon for the same price. the JT is a bit smaller (could be a positive or a negative depending on your point of view), and a convertible. The Power Wagon just feels like you're getting more for your money.
No, its def struggling...just lift your head up and look around guyJalopnik is the national enquirer of the automotive world, Every February the news comes out the convertibles have dipped in sales, and every summer they make it up. Granted, the JL and JT ARE overpriced, and there is probably a bit more inventory than truly needed, but I don't think there is reason for concern.
Having seen a bunch in person, I actually think they look fantastic in sport trim. It's one of the first more reasonably shaped/sized pickups I've seen since the Ford Ranger lol. Everything seems to want to be a tonka truck! The GM monstrosities in particular look kinda ridiculous.The Gladiator is pretty cool IMO. The Rubicons look best, they need big tires to look good. There's definitely a market for them. I see tons of them on the road by me, but I'm close to Auburn Hills haha!