Ordered my Jeep Rubicon end of March/first part of April. it was delivered to me in May. Love it. I have approx 1500 miles on it now. Averaging about 17.2 mpg so far. Haven't done any rock crawling yet. Since this is my retirement toy and will probably be the last vehicle I purchase, I went all out on it. It has lots of skid plates, a Warn 9.5 cti winch, a remote starter, a navigation system, satellite radio, Bluetooth, AC, etc, etc. The tires require 43 psi. Since I am not doing any rock crawling yet, the air pressure was adjusted down to 34 psi to alleviate some of the bouncy ride on paved roads. Talked with dealership to reset software for the tire pressure so that the low pressure warning light would go out, but they said they cannot do it so the light stays on all the time. The color is the 10th Anniversary color "Anvil" with the red leather interior. It has the three-piece freedom top. Had a problem with it leaking at the front center latch area. Took it to the dealership twice before they got it fixed. The factory had twisted the seal so water was pooling in the top and would leak only when going down hill. If the Jeep was level, it never leaked. You get a booklet and a CD that you can use in your PC. The price was $40,860.
Last edited by 1wildwoman2; 07-12-2013 at 07:46 AM..
Reason: Added Bluetooth, AC, and image
only options were air, 3.73's and satellite radio
with lift already installed
$24K out the door. Pic is from the day I got it new but after visiting Discount Tire for $2K of 5 wheels and tires.
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