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    steering wheel looks way off center, that interior with that huge dash display and automatic transmission with 8 gears???? this isn't a real jeep!! it's a mockery!

    look at that bent up grill, sloped windshield, vents in the side panels... WTF!!!! they want this engine bay to run cooler and get better gas mileage?!?!?!

    those asshole engineers, I hope they get it all fixed before it rolls of the production line.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeeep View Post
    steering wheel looks way off center, that interior with that huge dash display and automatic transmission with 8 gears???? this isn't a real jeep!! it's a mockery!

    look at that bent up grill, sloped windshield, vents in the side panels... WTF!!!! they want this engine bay to run cooler and get better gas mileage?!?!?!

    those asshole engineers, I hope they get it all fixed before it rolls of the production line.

    You going to order one right away or wait a year?

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    I love the interior, way more modern looking, but talk about catering to the urban crawlers with the bright colored seats on the Sahara. I know it's an option, but still....

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    Quote Originally Posted by vitodivita View Post
    I love the interior, way more modern looking, but talk about catering to the urban crawlers with the bright colored seats on the Sahara. I know it's an option, but still....
    They are definitely catering to the 90+ percent of people who will never take their jeep anywhere near a trail.


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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Umm what? I’ve never seen black dirt in the form of paint chips.


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    Based on the numbers on the windshield that’s an engineering test vehicle and the grilles were all covered with heavy black camo tape until a few days ago. Those are either tape remnants or they pulled the paint off when they yanked the camo off it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 13_gecko_rubi View Post
    Based on the numbers on the windshield that’s an engineering test vehicle and the grilles were all covered with heavy black camo tape until a few days ago. Those are either tape remnants or they pulled the paint off when they yanked the camo off it.


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    That makes perfect sense. That's what they get for covering these things in camo.
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    I know, a little rough on the JL

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    Don't hold back. No sugar-coating it now...
    I'm sure there are a lot of pros to the new JL. It's just not for me. I'm looking for a 2006 Rubicon unlimited. Best of all worlds and the best Jeep for me. More room while maintaining the classic 2 doors, the bulletproof inline 6 4.0L. Front and rear lockers. I know exactly where to find them in the absolute best condition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeepLife71 View Post
    I'm sure there are a lot of pros to the new JL. It's just not for me. I'm looking for a 2006 Rubicon unlimited. Best of all worlds and the best Jeep for me. More room while maintaining the classic 2 doors, the bulletproof inline 6 4.0L. Front and rear lockers. I know exactly where to find them in the absolute best condition.

    Jeep On!
    There's one for sell in Denver right now for only 39K !

    https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...l=1#post974849
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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    There's one for sell in Denver right now for only 39K !

    https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...l=1#post974849
    That’s a museum quality jeep! 200 miles, wow!


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    Anyone else wonder to themselves why his buddy undressed before taking the photos? Sorry, I thought someone else would have said it first. Lol cheesy


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