Pretty sure no manufacturer has engineers sitting around dreaming up all of the weight that potential buyers might add to their designs.
They build the product, test it and manufacture it. Once you take delivery , it would be YOUR responsibility to modify with these things in mind.
Ok, if you build a Jeep online, it spells out pretty clearly what each package is and what it comes with.
Anyone should be able to determine that $295 for Aux switches is a freaking steal.
I built mine online, ordered it, and got exactly what I asked for.
I wish I had gotten proximity locks...
I have off roaded most all of the southwest on 35s in Wranglers, and never had a desire to move up.
I spend the money on skid plates and reducing snags, keep my COG low.
If you are doing a dedicated overland build, why in the world would you lift all that weight even higher?
Everyone wants a dealer to not make money, but then they scream loudest about quality of the after sale service.
My dealer offered up 3% off invoice right off the bat on my ordered Mojave.
I have relied on them for a LOT over they past half dozen Jeeps, and I wasn't going to try to crank them...
As a retailer of high end powered goods, let me drop my 2 cents.
None of us know just what happened to that truck, how it got to the point it found itself at, or what exactly was the diagnosis that was used to arrive at the decision.
From my experience, even the end user cannot, many times, be...
Definitely watching here. I have the Sting Gray Mojave.
Mine also will be an overlanding build.
I have a home in Palm Springs that we are retiring to in 3 years....so the desert definitely plays into my future