How well do you think that motor can handle the extra weight of the Unlimited?
I dont know...what I drove was a decked out rubicon, and it seemed to pull it pretty good.scottyc said:How well do you think that motor can handle the extra weight of the Unlimited?
Understood. I was just trying to point out to toplessjeep that it's not impossible that barry1me drove one...pbrutsch said:
scottyc, the ones you see right now are pre-production models - quality tests on the production lines, marketing (showrooms, ads) and so on.
I can make my mother's Town & Country haul some a$$ along with the groceries...JeepinYahoo said:I got owned by a Grand Caravan on the highway a month ago. He mustve passed me at 90 up a hill...
Im an engineer for automotive supplier, and I work nearby TNAP, I went out to lunch with a friend of mine the works for DCX and he let me take it for a quick spin.toplessjeep said:How did you drive a 2 door today? They are not going into production until August. The 4 doors start production this month.
You got to be kidding, right? Anybody knows that red color is much faster.scottyc said:OK, not that affects the ride much, but just because, what color was it?
I dont think you will have a problem fitting into it.ISurvivedNMU said:Will a 6'3" guy have enough leg room. I crunch into my TJ.
It was the six speed manual, acceleration was decent, I didnt want to get on it to much because a DCX program manager was in the passenger seat. The thing I was suprised with is its size It seemed much bigger then the TJ rubicon. Not that this will matter for the 95% of jeepers but to fold the front window down is a bit of work. The plus side to this is the window frame is much stiffer and a more robust design then the TJ.BDJeep said:What it auto or manual transmission? How was acceleration?
Thanks for sharing your ride with us!
It was Black with a black Top and Tan interior.scottyc said:OK, not that affects the ride much, but just because, what color was it?