I'm not sure if your question is "tell me the best money can buy" or "cheapest but best bang for the buck".
If it's the latter, I got the Tyger roll up for the Colorado 5ft box... 186 bux, and fits perfectly.
So I know factory spec is 75/85, anyone really think an extra 5wt of more common 75/90 synthetic would be bad? I almost think Mopar spec'd that because it's less common and you might come to them for it.
All things aside, that's 4k miles of the factory bumper to bumper warranty gone, and 4k miles of tire gone. You negotiated assuming this thing had no (or very little miles). Tell them they need to cut a better deal to compensate for these things, maybe throw in some kind of extended warranty too.
Mine too. It's something engaging, I assumed maybe it was the A/C compressor engaging on remote start. It will generally either kick on either defrost or a/c depending on the outside temperature. To be fair I've only started the vehicle from inside the cab once, and I don't remember if I heard...
I have a North. Yes the LSD is standard in the rear, but no, the suspension is not leveled, same rake as any other Overland. The A/T tires look better/bigger on the Overland rims, and it did come with a nice trail-recovery kit. Also came with the hard top headliner and the all season mats as...
Drop this in your bin standing upright, you'll still have space left over. Run the usb cable back to it if you must...
All Season is a passenger tire style, where as A/T is more rugged/blocky/aggressive looking. The All Season may be a bit better in the rain, and be a little quieter, but the Dueler A/T isn't terribly loud, and is probably a bit better in snow/mud/light terrain.
There's more room in that deal. Offer 49, let them come back at 50.5
Also, my North came with All Terrains instead of All Seasons, which I thought was standard on the North Package. Personal preference, I thought the All Terrains at least looked better on the truck.