At least around here, the Wrangler X's are plain Jeeps that let you get some basic upgraded options without having to get the Sport package, the ones around here I have only seen with the stereos in them, here you can upgrade the rims but not sure, the ones I have seen only had the 205 or 215 on them
1987 Wrangler, mods...currently torn apart, working on new motor, SOA, Dana 300, d44 front, ford 9 rear
Yeah, it looks like about the only things you can't order are a D44 and the 30" tire/wheel group. Trac-loc and 3.73 gears are available though. Like mentioned above, it's pretty much just a stripped down Sport. Too bad you can't get a 44, it'd be great to get a 4.0 with just the basics w/o having to pay for some of the extra bells and whistles.
My X has every option that the sport can give except the dana 44 and the "canyon" wheel package. It has an upgraded wheel package, but still with the 225 GSA's. Full doors were an option, 7 speaker w/sub and cd player was an option. Tinted windows I think was an option too. The only other thing that is different is the skid plates.
ok you guys are all missin one very key reason. the wrangler x is a model geared toward younger people with its more affordable price but with such options as cd player, 4.0L, power everything, and i believe you can get the 30" canyon group, cause im in bend oregon and i have seen 5 X's on our lot with the 30's on them, and one had a 44. but basicaly its a "youth" geared jeep with an affordable price tag. This is what our dealer owner told me.