funny buying experience = was all set to get a '15 honda crv touring which was definitely my 'second choice' but i was trying to be sensible with my budget. the crv touring is really nice and even has features the summit doesn't (like lane warning, lane keep assist [auto steering!]) but anyway, i got as far as going to dealer to pick it up only to find it was in the shop with a bad electronic module. i left with a loaner a bit bummed as you can imagine. drove the loaner base crv (cheaper feeling and noisier than top level touring, not surprisingly) and when i got home i decided to check on jgc inventory at local dealership, and what do you know, the dealer that has NEVER had what i wanted (4x2 granite summit v6) had one in stock.
went and checked it out, bought it, returned the loaner crv.
LOVE the '15 summit jgc. obviously a whole different league... very luxurious. i am surprised it doesn't have lane warning/assist as other j/c/d models do (cherokee?). oh well... i was jazzed when i found out i can ask my new jeep "nearest starbucks" and it worked.
hk stereo seems bass heavy even with equalizer at min bass, but depends on source and track it seems.
car is certainly quiet (almost no wind/engine noise when cruising) but still a bit more tire noise than i'd like but still overall good.
not a fan of wood at top of steering wheel, but amazed at the wheel controls (really great) and customization of displays and controls.
well that's about it for now... hopefully it will serve me well. it was certainly a big chunk more than what i was planning on getting!