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  1. Rubicon 10A says:

    Guys where are these Jeeps being hidden? I’ve seen videos from December 12 2020 showing almost fully assembled 4xe leaving the assembly line. I ordered mine on Feb 8 and it is still on paint shop. Has anyone gotten delivery? Is this strange or normal?

  2. Ryn says:

    Are the mirrors on the doors? Looks that way, thought they made that mistake in the past, resolved it, and wouldn't make again, if so you can't take them off and still be street legal unless there's a mount on fender but looks like the charging port is where they'd usually be

  3. BLD Lightpainting says:

    OR, we can just stick with the tried-and-true gasoline engines that have been around for many decades with dependable service. This is the locomotion I choose.

  4. Ronald Ferris Jr says:

    After owning a Rubicon for 6 years I’m gonna say it… there is no way as a Jeep fan would I ever want this! Good on Jeep for trying to broaden their customer base though…

  5. J. N says:

    I love my JL and I love the idea of this… but with all the electrical gremlins we JL owners have had because of that 🤬 Auxillary battery, I am very very very nervous to pick one of these up until it’s proven to be a reliable hooptie.

  6. MontanaMountainMen says:

    I'll never buy a electric vehicle anything…..Montana is hard on vehicles , its cold, snow, 100 miles between towns and no plug ins and we have a lot of mountains. I'll keep my 2019 JL Sport S. If I need more umph, I have a Ford 4 door diesel Super Duty.

    So you save a buck on gas just to pay it in a electric bill, again no.

  7. TheGomezIndustries says:

    I’ll wait 5 years before buying so FCA can iron out most of the defects in this new design. I’ll bet that those “fully sealed” electric powertrain are the first to get complaints.

  8. Lucas says:

    Jeep/fca ponderings developing the Jeep hybrid:

    should we make one of those oddly reliable hybrid transmissions where there's just 2 electric motors? Like in our minivan? Or toyota uses?

    Nah bro, just a regular transmission. We also should take an electric motor and bolt it to the side of our engine with a belt. Like a rubber belt. For serviceability.

    Um ok. Easier to change the starter.
    I guess. Cool. Should we cool the battery with it's own liquid coolant like a Tesla? Or just nothing like an old nissan leaf?

    No, nonono. Not good enough. Well use refrigerant.

    Refrigerant?

    Yeah man, from the a/c compressor! It's cold man, I've felt a/c before. It's really cold.

    What if the a/c compressor fails? Or leaks refrigerant? What if we use that 1234yf stuff, isn't that flammable?

    It won't do that. We bought a Denso one this time. Shouldn't break. Or leak. We used panasonic cells because my panasonic toaster is awesome man, they even sell you parts from their website.

    Ok. Well what's the price point?

    Like $50,000 because it's the first off-road plug hybrid. That mitsubishi thing is a crossover so it don't count.

    What about the suba-
    DON'T COUNT! no diff lockers. From the factory at least. I think.

    It's a jeep you can run the a/c in all day. People will buy it.

  9. Raymond Ramírez says:

    You can charge any EV or PHEV with a Level 2 240 VAC EVSE (Electric Vehicle Service Equipment) at your own home or garage (depending on equipment and wired circuit capacity) to charge that 17.5 kWh battery overnight or in a few hours. Each EV or PHEV will come with its own, smaller EVSE so you can charge wherever there is an AC outlet. They are not "pokey"!

    You will save hundreds of dollars a month in gasoline and fewer maintenance (engine oil changes and brake pads). My own 2014 Fusion Hybrid needs only one oil change a year, and the brake pads are still factory originals.

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