Discussion in 'Mopar / FCA News' started by Dave Z, Oct 31, 2017.
You might need to get your vision checked...
You didn't ask permission to use that @BobbiBigWheels
There, that makes the blue combo look awesome!
Now that is gross.
Geico Geiko approved.
I'd love to have one in forest green with a tan top.
Now that makes sense...
That would be very classy. One of my favorite Chrysler colors. They also tease it here and there anymore. I owned a 2000 Dodge Durango SLT in Forest Green. Ram offered on certain models last year, now they are offering Timberland Green and Tree Green as option when you custom build your Ram. Durango had it for one year at launch of the 2011 model.
F8 green would also look good with the tan top.
Black Forest Green was offered in 2012.
White with tan top and colored flares is the best but I'd rather have some color.
I went to a dealer the other day to check one out and test drive. Sat in the driver's seat of the showroom Sahara they had and the salesman says "not a lot has changed in the new ones". *facepalm*
I literally said "what are you talking about, this is a brand new vehicle". Wife got onto me for being rude, but I just couldn't believe a salesman would under sell a new JL.
It was definitely a nice ride and I love the looks. Can't wait for the diesel to get here so I can start looking more seriously.
Wow that’s nice
I love how the the grill is back to the classic trapezoidal shape. It does surprise me that the headlights are so deep in the buckets though. I thought they would want to be more flush for better aero..?
Maybe he has a bunch of JK’s that he’s having a hard time moving? Either that or he doesn’t know his product very well it seems.
My guess would be choice # 2.
I always amazed at how many sales people that just aren't into cars. To be an enthusiast is one thing but to not even have basic knowledge of what you're selling is perplexing.
I've heard it said (and it's probably very true): A salesperson who knows nothing about cars will be a better car salesperson than a car guy who knows nothing about sales.
I really don't care if a salesperson tells me they don't know something - I'd prefer that over BS and lies.