Originally Posted by Jeeters
If you're going to sell it only a few years down the road then the 2012 will have depreciated less which could easily make up for the price increase.
Exactly. But if they are not going to make a 2012 Overland Summit (and that's what you want) now's our only chance since they have stopped production on 2011 models.
I am interested in a V8 Summit and I have two competing bad daydreams:
- One is that I buy a 2011 Summit and the NEXT DAY they announce some awesome improvements for a 2012 model, such as a 6-speed RFE box with better ratios/gas mileage/highway downshift dynamics, sweet new color options, and upgraded wood paneling by the radio and shifter (instead of that so-so aluminum look).
- In the other one, I see the announcement that there will be no 2012 Summit and the next day I go back and I can't get one cause all the existing inventory is taken up by others who scrambled faster than me to get one.
Really can't go wrong in any case (I do like that white/frost overland color combo), but I suppose obsessing is part of what these boards are for