Thing is though, people have to remember that in order to keep selling vehicles like the Wrangler, they have to have these small vehicles to offset the MPG numbers in order to meet the average numbers that the gov't decided to implement.
In any case, hopefully they offer a manual with the 4WD system on the turbo-4.
and this must be said 1 million times per thread
Jeep has a vehicle for everyone, I'm glad the "diehards" (should really have another name for them) don't run the company or it'd be out of business by now. Jeep will NOT survive on the Wrangler alone.
The Wrangler gives Jeep the legitimacy while Jeep can produce other less intense products to give the average person the capability without the overkill. We don't need solid axles and ladder frames for every model.
The Renegade is a fantastic replacement for the Patriot and Compass, its styled better IMO, better made and I think will be pretty neat with some offroad mods thrown on.
2011 Jeep Wrangler JK - 33" BFG KM2s, 2.5" RC BB, ARB bumper, IPF 900XS, Superwinch EPI 9.0, AEV Snorkel
1995 Jeep Wrangler - 4 cyl, 2.5" lift, BFG AT 30s, Ford 8.8, SYE+CV, AX15 swap, ARB snorkel, Aussie locker + loads more - sold
1978 Jeep CJ-7 - 304 V8, TH400 auto and quadratrac
2007 Jeep Liberty - Mother's Jeep, BFG ATs and....mud?