Gladiator

neilconnolly79

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#64
it's a win in my book, been waiting for years for them to finally bring back a truck body style. I'm working the finances to get one, just wish they'd release the prices so I know how unrealistic it really is.
 

Belizeit

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#65
I'm thinking low end about $ 30K and top of the line $ 55 - 60 K. Just me thinking what FCA Is going to want. With decent credit it all yours !
 

Cmath

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#66
I have spent an hour on JEEP site building them out the other day . I am all for it. MOAB or RUBICON ? My guess base model 45k RUBICON 55-60k.
 

Belizeit

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#67
MOAB ! Yeah I was thinking stripped down model with no 4X4 for the little guy, but they don't do that anymore. You are probably right. MOAB = 60 K. :(
 

designerRob

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#68
I would think the JT will be around 5ish grand more than the JLU. But I wonder if the dealerships will markup the price above retail because of demand.

One other comment, I wish Jeep would offer their vehicles in more 'outdoor' colors, such as browns and forest greens. Not that I don't like the bright colors like red, orange, bright green, bright blue. But I think outdoorsy type colors would fit in with the Jeep lifestyle and would be what I'd choose.
 

gr8dain

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#69
I will be looking at the Sport level so that i can get the max towing package. I will be wanting the full 7,650 of capacity so that I can tow the Scrambler to the trails. I will need a super light aluminum trailer as well.
 

SKT

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#71
One other comment, I wish Jeep would offer their vehicles in more 'outdoor' colors, such as browns and forest greens. Not that I don't like the bright colors like red, orange, bright green, bright blue. But I think outdoorsy type colors would fit in with the Jeep lifestyle and would be what I'd choose.
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The color ‘Gator’ is listed on the Jeep site. Hopefully it looks like the below AEV Doublecab Brute:

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Gueon

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#73
I'm loving them... may have to sell both Scramblers, which for whatever reason don't seem to be using that much anymore. We'll wait and see what happens when they start rolling onto the lots.
 

don87401

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#79
I am mixed on this, I think it has a place, may not be my favorite trail rig but I can see it being maybe a good extended off road cross country rig. Haul enough gear to make the extend trips more comfortable. Something I don't think I would be doing in my F450.
 
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gr8dain

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#80
I don’t see myself wheeling it hard, but more as a way to get my Scrambler to the trails, using a super light trailer of course. And to drag my 3a to parades etc.
 
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