I remember driving the original Rams when I was a CDPJ salesman in the 1990s. The diesels were LOUD!
The original Dodge Ram looks TINY next to the current one.
MSRP was $18,000 in 1994 ($31,725 in today’s dollars) for the original Ram; $71,000 for the 2020.
Personally, I’d take the original...
JL Wrangler Forums reports that Jeep is adding a Recon package to Wrangler Rubicon.
Here are the specs:
This one looks to be more of an appearance package with less unique substance than the original Recon Edition.
It has significant exterior styling, interior, power train and safety updates.
The same 5.6L V8 now produces 400 HP and 410 LBs of torque, and is mated to a 9-speed automatic —up from a 7-speed. No MPG numbers yet.
The exterior styling and the interior look much better.
Segment: Subcompact crossover
New in 2020
This A-segment starter Jeep is mainly designed for Europe and markets outside the U.S., but it will be offered to dealers as a way to introduce the brand to younger customers. It should arrive in the U.S. in 2020...
Any changes expected for the 2020 wrangler besides the PHEV becoming available eventually? I have seen rumors of the eTorque being added to the 3.6 and new sway bars to avoid the wobble? Debating on waiting or getting a '19