Why did everyone decide their trim level (sport vs rubicon etc)?

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For me Rubicon! And it even added up...
The standard features in the the Rubi trim, like 7” audio, rock rails, Skids, lockers, 33’s . All stuff I would add to a Max tow at some point. So all that figured in it was about 2k over a max tow sport. I ordered a very simple build, only options ; auto, hardtop, tow pkg, & aux switch.
Oh, and the Rubi hood... priceless ;-)



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For me Rubicon! And it even added up...
The standard features in the the Rubi trim, like 7” audio, rock rails, Skids, lockers, 33’s . All stuff I would add to a Max tow at some point. So all that figured in it was about 2k over a max tow sport. I ordered a very simple build, only options ; auto, hardtop, tow pkg, & aux switch.
Oh, and the Rubi hood... priceless ;-)
Man they must be charging you all a fortune for Max Tow or the dealers around here are charging a fortune for Rubicons cause it wasn't even close in comparison.
 

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Man they must be charging you all a fortune for Max Tow or the dealers around here are charging a fortune for Rubicons cause it wasn't even close in comparison.
The options add up quick. Lots of people here getting Overlands with MSRP 55k+, my rubicon MSRP was only 45k and had all the options I would have added to a sport anyway, plus the goodies. Only thing I wanted that I didn't get was color but the granite is, IMO, the best of the monochrome options and I can easily live with it.
 

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Man they must be charging you all a fortune for Max Tow or the dealers around here are charging a fortune for Rubicons cause it wasn't even close in comparison.
I purchased back in March .. at the time the Rubi's were pushing close to 60k
 

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Well I paid $46.7K for a Overland with a MSRP of $54,989.00 at 1.9% APR for 72 hard to beat this. <$8K off> I have every option available on an Overland but the removable radio......

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Well I paid $46.7K for a Overland with a MSRP of $54,989.00 at 1.9% APR for 72 hard to beat this. <$8K off> I have every option available on an Overland but the removable radio......

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Tires were put on from a Mojave take-off I found on this site for $580.00
 

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I purchased back in March .. at the time the Rubi's were pushing close to 60k
Right, Max tow are a bit less, but when I figure in the stuff I would have to add on at some point, it got much closer... 44k for my Rubi.
 

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For me there was never a question - Rubicon all the way. It has the most included from the factory, looks the coolest (in my opinion), and it's stock off-roading abilities offer the best platform to build off of.
 

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wow.
thats a big discount. Where did you buy it?

Well I paid $46.7K for a Overland with a MSRP of $54,989.00 at 1.9% APR for 72 hard to beat this. <$8K off> I have every option available on an Overland but the removable radio......

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I got mine in May 2019 and the only ones available were Rubicons and Overlands, I needed the towing capacity so I have a loaded Rubicon and would buy it again in a heartbeat. I was going to wait for a max tow sport, but the weren't available and I'm impatient. I'm glad I didn't wait, I don't like the looks of the other trim levels and I don't have the time to do mods.
 

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Still enjoying my Overland. I’ll be regearing to 4.88 or 5.13 soon, and I’ll be done unless I can find a Rubicon or Mojave hood for a decent price. (I don’t want the decals, but I especially love the Mojave hood scoop.)
 

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