Mine was last July! It was time to move on from my 2002 Mustang and into something more practical. I was dead set on the new JL as it had the right amount of room I needed and it was a vehicle I knew I could enjoy. After a weekend of dealership hopping, each visit worse than the last I was feeling a bit discouraged by…
holy crackers, that's incredibly tempting
look what you made me do...
I am, haven't been on in a long while though. If you have instagram, you can DM me any questions: @jp12dfw. would likely get a quicker response there
it is! used to be all black, just sitting on a ranch here in Texas. Took about 2 1/2 years to complete
You have my attention. Got any pictures?? :)
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That sounds pretty good to me! Lol
Not for everyone, totally understandable! But glad you finally got to test drive one!
It honestly comes down to what you plan to do with it. If you’re not planning on any serious off-roading I would for sure stick with the sport or Sahara trim level- or in the truck’s case the sport or “overland” trims. The online prices can get a little hairy but if you do enough searching and know how to negotiate…
Oh yeah it for sure doesn’t have the ride quality of day, an Escalade. But it’s probably the most comfortable wrangler to date on the road, And off.
I’ve never driven a JK, I have/have driven a YJ though lol! What I can say though is that the JL’s ride is actually quite nice on and off road. From what people with JK’s tell me, it’s a major improvement.
“Enough” as in, take the Discovery lol
Temps are worse in the northern area of the park and in the Chisos. The further south you get the less cold it gets at night. I would suggest taking the entire day to start Old Ore if you decide to that that route and then camp somewhere along River Road. Black Gap honestly wasn’t that bad, there’s a handful of…
That’s a good point, that night it only dropped into the 40s, so not as extreme as the first night.
I highly recommend it! jaw dropping scenery wherever you go!