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    2015 WK2 turbo diesel

    This is my 2015 TD grand Cherokee, it has the off road 2 package (electric LS's, skid plates) QT2 air suspension.

    I put 275 65 18 Goodyear silent armors on it (32's) and they fit without rubbing.

    This is my DD when not driving the Hardrock on 37's

    Its actually super capable, comfy and gets great MPG's, the Td power is a blast...


    I know its not a JK, but its still a jeep!

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    Meme King WJCO's Avatar
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    Great pics. Good to see it off the pavement.

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    Looks good, you probably don't pass many other grands off road do you?


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    Nice Grand. This is what the wife wants (I secretly want it too) when it's time for her to get a new vehicle .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Nasty View Post
    Nice Grand. This is what the wife wants (I secretly want it too) when it's time for her to get a new vehicle .
    You should get one, my wife has one and we love it


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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    You should get one, my wife has one and we love it


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    I'm not going to rush things. lol She's still happy with her car and both our vehicles are paid off. I've been sneaking a little extra aside for jeep upgrades. When she's ready we'll get one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKbrick View Post
    Looks good, you probably don't pass many other grands off road do you?


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    I do not see many of them off road, I guess a few last year at the jeep jamboree. Amazingly, on the way to Big Bear, there were 3-4 new trailhawks up there, mine is set up the same, with the exception of rocker guards. And i plan to add those pretty soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lil Nasty View Post
    I'm not going to rush things. lol She's still happy with her car and both our vehicles are paid off. I've been sneaking a little extra aside for jeep upgrades. When she's ready we'll get one.

    I love the diesel, it's well worth the cost, it took me a while to find one that was trail rated on 18"s, but its well worth looking for.

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    My buddy is considering a used 2014 TD. Have there been any reliability concerns? Would think not.

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    We just bought a 2014 wk2 limited but took a long look at an overland diesel too. I really liked it but the price killed it for us. I'd looove to have one though to pair with the jku. Such a sweet jeep


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