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Thread: 2018 JL Wrangler Uncovered and Revealed

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by notnalc68 View Post
    I pulled a few more screenshots, from the Truck Trend article.

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    ...no words!


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  2. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by OJK12 View Post
    I don't want to fully judge it yet until I see everything clearly but I'm not sure the changes to the JL are enough for every JK owner to want to trade up since they do look so much alike. Does anyone else think the fender lights look like they could also be daytime running lights


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    Most of the sales come from people like soccer moms who just want a new vehicle every couple years. I would imagine they will sell a lot more than people think!


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    I wonder if the license plate will be on the rear bumper in the production model. I think I prefer the old location to make the bumper cleaner and to avoid remounting it on aftermarket bumpers.


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    I'm worried the interior is going to make it look like a Grand Cherokee... and then I will be turned off. Too fancy and no one will be willing to drop the top and get rained on.

    I hesitantly like the looks, but if it's only the Rubicon that has this styling and what we have for Sport and Sahara is much plainer (no hood, boring bumpers, etc) then it won't be anywhere near as thrilling unless we go all out on the Rubi


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    Quote Originally Posted by JK4Life View Post
    I'm worried the interior is going to make it look like a Grand Cherokee... and then I will be turned off. Too fancy and no one will be willing to drop the top and get rained on.

    I hesitantly like the looks, but if it's only the Rubicon that has this styling and what we have for Sport and Sahara is much plainer (no hood, boring bumpers, etc) then it won't be anywhere near as thrilling unless we go all out on the Rubi


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    You actually drop the top and purposely try an get rained on?


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    Not really... but I do sometimes head out for day trips without doors and soft top. Or been away from the jeep when a freak storm happens and the top is down.

    Once I was on a boat at the other end of a lake with friends... storm clouds came in and it took an hour to get home on the boat in the rain. Drove home the next day with garbage bags on the seats of the TJ. Too many electronics and you get worried.

    Picked up a hard top from a couple of great Jeepers 2 weeks ago. They had 2 JKs, and ran the entire summer with no doors, all they had was a rain cover. No carpets, bed lined the entire inside.

    Lots are not afraid to get the inside wet while enjoying their Jeep.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JK4Life View Post
    I'm worried the interior is going to make it look like a Grand Cherokee... and then I will be turned off. Too fancy and no one will be willing to drop the top and get rained on.

    I hesitantly like the looks, but if it's only the Rubicon that has this styling and what we have for Sport and Sahara is much plainer (no hood, boring bumpers, etc) then it won't be anywhere near as thrilling unless we go all out on the Rubi


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    I thought the same thing when I upgraded from my CJ7 to a JK. I would hope that they retain the same water resistance they have currently. I've been rained on to the point my cup holders overfilled with rain water, still never had issues. Here on island, if you have the top and doors off, you will get rained on lol.
    As with each new generation of Wrangler, I'd sure hope this one will be a step up in every way. I guess we will have to wait and see. Getting closer!


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