Originally Posted by Willx
-Towing capacity much higher on the Cherokee = Stronger platform = More durable vehicle
-I drive many things that have not been released to the public.
I have no idea what you are talking about, most dealers I talk to have scheduled accepted orders. Are you going on Milous data because to my knowledge he has the correct info, the rest I have seen have been rumors. I have seen scheduled orders for clients, so really not sure what you are getting at?
Ok, you got to drive one. That is great for you( serious - not sarcastic ). I haven't nor have most people so I have to hold off praising it, other than based on what I see in pictures and on paper, and/or comparing it to vehicles out there. You clearly have opportunities others don't which is good for you.
You haven't been paying attention then if you think there have been no delays with the new Cherokees release. Been quite a few delays along the way announced( by Chrysler ). Ok the order banks are now open. Great. Have they finally fixed the programming issues with the new 9spd yet? The new Cherokees that have been built since production started up have been sitting idle waiting for software updates. There was a link about it posted here.
So until I actually see this vehicle show up on the showroom floors I will have some skepticism they really are ready to ship them. That's all.
Towing capacity is something you can compare yes. However, you can't claim the Cherokee is more durable at this time vs any vehicle. Unless you meant rugged not durable. Durable implies time tested and proven.