“ I haven’t done any discovery work yet on what sections of wiring are missing on a gladiator that doesn’t have BSM, but either way, it would be very simple to add.”
Famous last words from someone that has no idea.
Sales manager was able to confirm that all (5) Mojave models they had on ordered in D1 status regressed to D this week. But could not tell me the reason.
Im running up against a hard date as I need a vehicle by Dec 30. My Mojave order needs to get built soon or I’ll need a plan B
I don’t think this is correct. My Aug order is from Gupton which is a high volume dealer. Many forum members have picked up their Sept / Oct orders at Gupton while I continue to wait. So it makes more sense to me it’s a supply chain and parts availability issue.
I was at my local dealer this morning. Sales manager stated all 2023 orders that were accepted with the ACC safety group will be delivered. However, currently ACC cannot be ordered on Mojave or Rubicon trim!
Mojave’s are not necessarily moving out the door. Still waiting on mine for 2 months, not in production. I don’t believe we can nail down the specific delays. Any given part, from any supplier, on any given day can hold up production. The supply chain is still broken.
Gupton requires at least 75% of MSRP be financed with a minimum of 8 payments made to get the 1%. This ensures the interest paid is greater than the 1% discount if paying off the loan in month 9.
$60K MSRP * 75% = $45K financed
$45K * 4.5% for 60 months
~ $1300 in interest over 8 months
You “don’t get it” because it clear in your statement above that you don’t understand suspension systems in how it’s a sum of the parts working together: geometry, compression, damping, and spring rates.
Enjoy your Rubicon, I’ll do the same with my Mojave. It’s all good!