Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by CDJSalesPro, Apr 7, 2019.
I feel ya...... LED 's should be standard on Bighorn and higher.....
Precisely what the Classic line is for. I was surprised they're decontenting the new models that way.
Somethings you would be think would be common sense........ Example I sold a Rubicon Recon the other day.......Somebody tell me why slush mats are not standard on the freakin RECON Rubicon. Some of the stuff just makes no sense.....
I hear that Jeep is using the upcoming WL and Wagoneer launch as the start of a new, simplified model scheme. Not before time: there are thirteen different specification-lines under the Wrangler nameplate — as a customer I would find that hard to choose between; I feel sorry for dealers that have to work out stock levels…
(In Europe, for Wrangler we only get Sport, Sahara and Rubicon, with one occasional limited-edition model)
retractable disco ball?
Big Horn is the Pedestrian Base model of the 1500's
LED headlights are standard on the Jeep Cherokee. If they can do that on a vehicle that costs $26,000, they should make them standard on the 1500 Big Horn.
I had the hardest time finding a Bighorn with LED's and Blind Spot Monitoring.
Looks wide suv, cannot wait ..
If that were the case, it's definitely not the trim level difference.. Unless it's both size and trim.
or you can just be interested in the auto industry and want to keep up with what's going on.
X2 on both points!
They would rather charge you 900+ for the privilege of LED's on the Big Horn, just like they made the rear wheel fender liners optional when they were standard on the previous generation.
What would make sense to me is if the new Wagoneer is a 21st century interpretation of what the original SJ was - as if the SJ Wagoneer was never cancelled but just evolved and this new Wagoneer is the latest evolution.
And the Grand Wagoneer should go Full Retro. It should share the Wagoneer's platform, but have a different "top hat" and interior. It should be to the 1991 Grand Wagoneer what todays Challenger is to the original 1970's Challengers. Maybe the Jeep Wagoneer Roadtrip concept hinted at this.
It appears there's only one wheelbase for both. Wagoneer as an entry level, and the Grand being top of the line. As far as looks are concerned. That appears to take on the current Jeep type look. I don't believe there will be any retro look..
One would hope that the retractable disco ball does not also come with a pair of white disco trousers tight enough to leave NOTHING to one's imagination!
They’ve been options for more then just the last model. They were optional all the way back to at least 2004
The rear fender liners were standard on my '14 and '16 Big Horns. My '05 was a dealer installed option. I think they were standard on all the 4th gen Rams after all of the bed rust issues on the 3rd gen. Now they are optional again on the lower trims. Also,now they charge you extra for any color but white and maybe one other color. Pure greed!
I wonder if this is still accurate..