I’d say the front seat also lost some leg room, definitely not as comfy for tall folks.while the front seat lost some head room.
The 3.6 V6 is carryover; the 2.0T 4-cyl. and the transmissions are new.
JK was in production from late 2006 through mid 2018. An estimated 2 million JKs were produced in those twelve years. JL has only been out for 20 months. That alone is going to make used JKs more available.Thanks again for all the cool info. Definitely gonna check the JL out.
Wonder if that's why there are so many JK's for sale in N. Carolina?
lol This made me laugh (because it's all true). I'm brand new to jeeps myself, but I did do a lot of research (see youtube) on this subject ant the above is pretty bang on (in a nutshell).All new interior, all new exterior, all new frame, all new suspension, new wheels, new tires, better aero, different engine, different transmission, etc. That's about it.
This feels like deja vu. :beerdrinking:Not quite though.
Same 3.6 with slight modification. Tuned differently but Smaller oil pan.
8 speed trans is different.
Suspension is not really different, Same design some parts like front springs are interchangeable
Wheels are same bolt pattern
Bumpers from JK - JL are interchangeable
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