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And you can price the Jeep Wrangler fairly well on late models.


From what I see, they're all comparably priced on there too. There's multiple packages that can be optioned out on Wranglers now days. You have to know what's what when looking at used ones to tell what packages have been installed and, that's what makes the prices climb.
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Yes I have a 2 door Sport. It has auto and hardtop but no electronics outside of a radio. No door locks or power windows. From there is where I make my comparisons.

However it goes places where a CRV has only one option.


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We went through the same thing this past summer and finally opted for a 2008 JK Sahara, A/T. Body and interior was immaculate with 69K miles. Bought it for $18K which is pretty much right on Blue Book pricing. One thing to think about, I don't know what type of rig you have that you are planning on towing with, but if it is a smaller class C, really take a look at the weight you can tow. On My Sprinter, it is about 4200 pounds and my 2 dr JK comes in just under that.

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Hold Off Buying anymore Cheaply Made Underpowered Ridiculously Priced Jeeps. Good News! Ford is bringing back the Bronco.

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Hold Off Buying anymore Cheaply Made Underpowered Ridiculously Priced Jeeps. Good News! Ford is bringing back the Bronco.


And you think you're going to get one of those Cheap? Think again.
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Hold Off Buying anymore Cheaply Made Underpowered Ridiculously Priced Jeeps. Good News! Ford is bringing back the Bronco.


And you think you're going to get one of those Cheap? Think again.
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NO, But probably around the same price, and Ford or Chevys are a lot better quality than Jeeps, with a lot more powerful motors, better transmissions, so I think it would be worth the wait and see what the new Broncos offer.

Also, Ford gives rebates over $10,000 at the year end sales. The best Jeep offered this year was $500 off. All the Ford trucks have TURBO CHARGED V6's or V8's motors with 6 and 10 speed auto Transmissions.
Jeep has a NONTURBO'ED UNDERPOWERED V6 and a antiquated 5 speed auto transmission.

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My 2014 Wrangler is anything but underpowered. The 3.6 Pentastar is 285 HP.

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jamesroadking wrote:

Hold Off Buying anymore Cheaply Made Underpowered Ridiculously Priced Jeeps. Good News! Ford is bringing back the Bronco.

Don't forget you'll be waiting until at least 2019 if not 2020, plus buying the first year of any new model is risky.


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My 2014 Wrangler is anything but underpowered. The 3.6 Pentastar is 285 HP.


Yep,
About 999999999% of the Jeep JK Pentastar owners are quite happy with the power output of that V-6. It's pretty simple, if one is not happy, don't buy one, it's not rocket science. Apparently Jeep's doing pretty well in the sales department. There's only ZILLIONS of them being towed out there in RV land.
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Wow! $38,000 for a 285HP 5 speed auto Jeep with maybe a $500 end of year rebate.
My son bought a 2015 Ford F150 XLT FX4 Ecoboost 3.5 6 speed auto with the 8 inch back up screen option for $38,000. The 2018 Ecoboost V6 375 HP. 470 LB FT. With TEN (not five as Jeeps have) automatic transmissions.
I seen Ford end of year rebates as high as $14,000 at Wade Ford in Atlanta
Enough said!

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