Just read the blurb in 4wheeler today. Looks like a great starting point! Nice to *FINALLY* see one of the major makers put out a vehicle that is aimed at true off road use. But I'm holding my breath to see what price they put on it at the lot. Jeep is going the way of Toyota, getting real damn proud of their products! I mean come on, 15k for a stripped Wrangler?! Lets see what they ask for this thing. I'm worried that they may price it above what you could do the upgrade for yourself. We'll see. Let's hope it takes off and the rest of the major auto makers discover that there is a market for true off roaders and stop building cars with truck beds and a transfer case.
Well price could be an issue but just thank God that another "SUV" (I dont really classify the jeep as an SUV) DID NOT GO TO IFS!! In fact Jeep is going the opposite direction than the pavement pounders. Gotta love that! :
Any idea what the price tag is on this rig? I was looking into getting a Jeep Wrangler, and if the price is reasonable, I might consider looking into it! I love my Dodge and Jeep is part of the Chrysler family!!!
That's it??? $1K-$2K on top of the price of a Wrangler??? That's hard to believe :-?: ...with this list of specifications:
Dana 44 Axles
4.10 R&P Gearing
Front & Rear Cab Controlled Air Lockers
4 Wheel Disc Brakes
NV2410R Transfer Case
31" Goodyear MT/R's
Diamond-Plate Rocker Guards
4.0L I-6 Engine 190hp/235 lb-ft torque
Manual or Automatic (NVG-3550) Transmission
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