I haven’t even taken delivery of my Mojave and Im already planning my trade in. Ugh. If the Mojave gets this engine....oh muh gawd...
With $20k of that in axles alone. Add wheels, tires, lift and winch, there's another $7-10k.Heres one that sold for $129,000. People are getting that for them and if FCA produces them I'd expect a $90,000 price tag
Sorry should of clarified that was for the 392 the I was talking about for $25,000-$30,000 that's them trying to beat Rubitrux price on it. I would imagine a Hellcat would be over $50,000 to drop in a JT. I was just saying you could technically drop a Hemi in one for less than what you could buy one from FCA for.A hellcat swap for 25-30k? I'd be interested in talking with them at that price.
x2. Wonder how that extra weight and any cooling constraints might affect the tow rating though. like it does for the Ecodiesel.I’m just saying, a 5.7 powered Sport S Gladiator would be all we need. Plus it would be fairly affordable....stop putting out these overpriced bullshits.
Agreed, the Hemi won't be an option on a Sport with factory wheels and the soft top.......it will get made, no doubt about that, I see a $10K premium on the engine, but in order for them to make the most money, it will be only available on one loaded with options. Hence, pushing $80 grand.
The launch edition was over $60k and I don't expect this to be any less equipped than that even if they did make it. I don't expect the JT to get a version of this because that's what the TRX fills... the Wrangler is still on its own.I’d guess starting at $60k...no one in their right mind would buy a midsized truck at $90k. That price makes absolutely no sense, especially given a completely loaded Raptor barely gets there.
Yeah, shops do sell these hyper-Jeeps, but what’s the actual market for such builds, or for a really expensive SRT or Hellcat gladiator? I don't know the size of that market, but I would guess that the market would be much larger for a more affordable 5.7 (emphasis on "guess"). They’d still get most of those SRT buyers as well as all those people who could spring for a 5.7 Hemi.Heres one that sold for $129,000. People are getting that for them and if FCA produces them I'd expect a $90,000 price tag