|Today 07:50 PM|
I saw a 2013 rubicon 10th anniversary at the dealer that had the undercarriage painted black. I don't know if this was done at factory or at the dealer. (I didn't have time to stop and ask) Does anyone know if the factory will do this?
|Today 03:42 PM|
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|Today 02:51 PM|
You might check justforjeeps.com to see if they can beat dealer pricing on the parts and top...
|Today 02:44 PM|
Oh, and the computer needs to be programmed to activate such.
|Today 01:01 PM|
My 2014 soft top does not have the additional controls on the stalk or a dummy button for rear defrost. I am contemplating getting a Mopar hard top from the dealer and having them install it. But what about the accessories mentioned above? Do they put in a new windshield wiper stalk on the steering column and wire in a rear defrost button? Thanks Pat. i appreciate the assistance you provide.
|Yesterday 02:40 PM|
|Yesterday 10:12 AM|
|Billy Goat||Come on guys, Let's all try to get along on here. We are all either Jeep family members, or expecting or want to be family members. Cease Fire/Truce Time.|
|Yesterday 09:40 AM|
show me a confirmed link of pricing and stop just running around BSing about " Oh the Willys edition is one heck of deal " your opinions don't mean jack to me.
not sure if either of you " jeep gurus" were even on this forum, when Pat created this thread it was originally supposed to be about Info, but as of now its seem to have gone down the drain with internet gossip and newb members making sarcastic comments to others...
|Yesterday 09:21 AM|
|Yesterday 08:41 AM|
My favorite is the people who continue to claim to be die hard Willys fans and yet they use an apostrophe in the name?
You can't blame that one on auto correct. Willys not Willy's or Whilly's or anything else. Just Willys.
|12-06-2013 11:36 PM|
I really don't want to have a never ending feud with you. I've done my best to indicate clearly when I'm voicing an opinion or pipe dream as opposed to when I'm simply laying out facts and numbers. Again, I'm sorry to have offended you.
|12-06-2013 04:40 PM|
what is your opinion ? is the Willys special edition cheaper then a Sport with options ? is that even feasible for jeep to do such a thing ? seems to me like it would derail sales of the sport if they had a cheaper jeep then the cheap jeep lol
|12-06-2013 03:56 PM|
This was emailed back to me...you all asked a question so here's the answer
+$2,600 (From B) / $2,314FWP
+$3,400 (from B) / $3,026FWP
23K-25,795 / 24,864
24K-27,090 / 26,017
23K -$26,990 / 25,928 w/HAA-AC
24K -$28,285/ 27,081 w/HAA-AC
Includes: DME-495/441; AAJ-570/507; 71k-$199/171 ; CWA $75/67; RSC $195/174, 32"Tire/Wheel-$2,200/$1892 ; GCD (Not Normally Available) $495/441
$4,229/3,693 FWP Comparable if added to 2B Sport
before Added Features :Bumper Cover Applique $$/$$; Alternate Color Grill $$/$$; Matte Black Jeep Grille Badge $$/$$; Willys/4Wheel Drive Decals $$/$$; Rubicon Rock Rails $$/$$
+5,500 (From B) $4,895FWP+ $2,900 (From Sport S)
24W 29,190 / 27,886
+5,700 (from B) $5,073 FWP + $3,100 (From Sport S)
23F 28,095 / 26,911
24F 29,390 / 28,064
+$2,600 (From B) / $2,314FWP
23S-28,795 / 27,791
24S-30,090 / 28,944
+$3,400 (from B) / $3,026FWP
23K-29,595 / 28,503
24K-30,890 / 29,656
Includes: DME-495/441; AAJ-570/507; 71k-$199/171 ; CWA $75/67; RSC $195/174, 32"Tire/Wheel-$1,700/$1462 ; GCD (Not Normally Available) $495/441
$3,729/3,263 FWP Comparable if Added to 2C Sport
before Added Features:Bumper Cover Applique $$/$$; Alternate Color Grill $$/$$; Matte Black Jeep Grille Badge $$/$$; Willys/4Wheel Drive Decals $$/$$; Rubicon Rock Rails $$/$$
+5,500 (From B) $4,895FWP+ $2,900 (From Sport S)
23W 31,695 / 30,372
24W 32,990/ 31,525
+2,100/1806 from 23k/24K-Adds:
Security Alarm (LSA)
• Power Heated Mirrors (GTB)
• Remote Keyless Entry (GXM)
• Auto Dim Mirror w/Reading Lamp (GNX)
• Pwr Windows, Front 1-Touch Down (JPY)
• Power Locks (JPB)
Normally AJP- Power is $1,195 on a Rubicon, but that's a package price baked into Rubicon, so there is no apples to apples comparison for sport except the Step up from 23C/24C to 23S/24S , which is $2,600 less the value of the 5-Spoke and Goodyear 255/75R17 OWLs. This puts a $500 value on those Wheels/Tires, which is exactly the same difference between the two prior AAQ-32" Tire & Wheel groups $1,700 and $2,200 respectively.
+5,700 (from B) $5,073 FWP+ $3,100 (From Sport S)
23F 31,895 /30,550
24F 33,190/ 31703
|12-06-2013 02:47 PM|
Base 2 Door MSRP: $23,390
Willy's Package (stick): $3400
Now if you try to option out a Sport B to have the equipment from the Willy's Wheeler Edition:
32" Wheels/Tires/Rubicon Shocks: $2200 (this was the cost of the package 2 months ago, equipment really adds up to more than $3k)
Sirius Radio: $195
Connectivity Group: $570
Slush Mats: $75
3.73 Ratio: $495
Final Price: $27,220
(Keep in mind some of this stuff cannot even be added to a B package and I'm underestimating what the true cost of the tire/wheel/shock combo is)
|12-06-2013 10:29 AM|
Well how about we see some numbers from a CREDIBLE SOURCE, rather then a member who did a google search or just pulled numbers out of his ass.....
and i realize A/C is standard. i just ordered my JKU only 3 months ago, so i know what they come with standard.
to each is own. if you like it buy one, it's not that i don't like it. as i said in one of my prior posts above, its just a weak attempt to spit another special edition out. TO ME when i think of a Willy's i think something more "old school" looking, none metallic colors etc
|12-06-2013 09:48 AM|
Yes, the package did open up and we've ordered our first few of many. We're predicting it's going to be the best selling special edition of the year. Why you ask?
Remember that Wheel and Tire Group a few months back? We ordered the most in area by far (6) and the last one sold yesterday. The longest one sat on our lot was 2 1/2 months.
Whoever said it earlier nailed it on the head. Everyone wonders onto the lot thinking they want a Rubicon but after going over the sway bar disconnect feature, they end up in a Sahara. This is the perfect Wrangler for the casual Wrangler buyer who really, just wants the look without having to pull out the Quadratec/MOPAR catalog.
|12-06-2013 09:44 AM|
|iNtErNeT_rYaN||I like it. I emailed Pat.|
|12-06-2013 03:36 AM|
|JSichthus||I'm not Pat, but I'm pretty sure I heard that ordering opened on 12/4 and deliveries would begin in January or February for the Willys|
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|12-05-2013 11:55 PM|
|12-05-2013 10:24 PM|
Hell my 2014 JKU with max tow, anti spin, hard top, A/C and automatic was $31k OTD I'M sorry but thats really unbelieveable or feasible for jeep to sell a special edition version for less then their bottom of the line trim level wrangler....
|12-05-2013 09:50 PM|
It's great for someone like me who all I really want is 3.73 with LSD, AC and maybe power group and to do it with out the base sport wheels. It saves me from finding Rubi take off equipment, gives me the parts to finish the bottom (Wranglers without rails or steps always looked like someone forgot that last bit of trim on below the doors)
It's not nearly as done up as Freedom or Polar editions, but then again it's also several thousand less. For me, I pay a little more than I will for the Sport S like I want it, but also I'd break even after Craiglisting around for someone who added several inches of height to their Rubicon. Problem is, there aren't a lot of people out there like me.
I think what it's REALLY targeted at is that group who goes and buys a bone stock Sport to tow behind an RV or keep up at the cabin. For that kind of usage, it's a GREAT idea. They get a few thousand more out of what really costs them very little money when you like at the DIFFERENCE in cost to Chrysler for all that stuff. And since the only custom bit on there are stickers, if they don't really take off, they aren't looking at crates of seat covers.
My guess is it'll sell great, and here's why.
"Man, Rubicons sure are cool. But I don't need much more than 3.73 gears and some aggressive tires for the off roading I'll be doing. Wait, I can get that, save myself several thousand bucks and get a few more things as well? Sold!" If you just can't justify a Rubicon, but want something that's a bit more capable than the off the lot Sport, it's perfect.
|12-05-2013 07:57 PM|
|12-05-2013 06:50 PM|
i personally think this willy's is a poor attempt from jeep.... when you think Willys you think OD green alot of milatary like decals. while yes i know they have the freedom edition for those wanting a something that semi resembles a military jeep, but in no way shape of form does this offering fit the name of Willys on it.
also with the few options on it. can any of you really justify it being worth more then paying for a Sport or Sport S? honestly ?
|12-05-2013 06:38 PM|
I think the Willy's package breaks down into three parts.
1. The package/options themselves...which in my opinion are fine. Pretty standard stuff for a special edition....wheels and stickers. The pre-selected options are nice, and those are things I would chose on a Wrangler. On disappointment is the interior. This is one of the few special editions ever made that does not have any distinguishing features in the interior....not even a grab handle like the Moab.
Jeep should fix that before production starts.
2. The name....which is a major disappointment. I think a lot of people were expecting something much more grand than the standard wheels and stickers for the Willy's edition. The lack of uniqueness hurts.....especially with the above mentioned interior. If this package had a different name, it would be fine as a special edition package.
3. The price....where I'm still a bit confused. But I'll say this. If the pricing works out to be a good deal, they will fly off the lots. If it works out to be more expensive than simply ordering a Sport or Sport S...yuck. I'm lost on the pricing because I don't know if it is starting as a Sport or Sport S. I'm guessing a base Sport....but I won't be able to judge the pricing until we know the price of the package for both the 2 door and 4 door...and what the price of the power package will be as well. $1200?
I "think" it is a pretty good deal, but I can't say for sure until the pricing is out.
|12-05-2013 04:47 PM|
Take Off Rubi wheels and tires: $650 after selling the stock 16's
Rubi Rails: $150
Warn Trail Bag: $200?
4cans of Plastidip: $30
Add that up and we're sitting at basically $2400...but not spending time and effort putting everything together. The stickers, decals, and whatever "Special Edition Prestige" the buyer thinks they get with a special edition is just icing on the cake. Most if the special editions over the years have cost just as much, but have rarely included more than Rubi tires and lots of stickers.
And again, considering the earlier "Black wheel & Rubi tire" package that cost $2200, this is a bargain coming from the factory.
|12-04-2013 06:52 PM|
|BAMA-S||Yes that helps. Ill just take a close look at the offers none of them have dealer ad dons. Should be easy.|
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