I am the same boat as you... I can't afford a Mojave/Rubicon. But here is what I am adding to a Sport S.
- Automatic Trans
- 8.4" Radio Group
- Freedom Hardtop
- Trailer Tow package
- Cold Weather Group
- Adaptive Cruise Control
So what I don't understand is how are the values calculated?
I've tried playing with some of the online calculators and I'm getting anywhere from $450 to $880 monthly payment.
I'm looking at a Mojave with the MSRP of $58k.
I’m curious about leasing a Gladiator. I’ve always financed my vehicles, but I often trade it in after 3 years. I’m seeing the 3 year/12-15k mleasing rates at 1/2-2/3rds the Financed rates (against a 72m loan).
Say after 3 years and I absolutely LOVE it, what happens? How much would it cost...
They Hybrid should help with MPG... but Hybrids are only effective at low speeds.
but 370 mile range and 17.2 gallon fuel tank and that puts the estimated the MPG around 21.5*; which is 1.5 mpg LESS than the standard 2.0T on the same calculations.
*It'll probably increase if you (wall) charge...
There is no MPG rating for Hybrid mode; which is what most people will operate in.
MPGe (no fuel) is 48 (only good for 22 miles).
MPG (on 2.0T only) is 20.
For me, there is no benefit for the 4xe as I live in a rural area and everything is at least a 15mile drive. My work commute is 150 miles...