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A lot of us are hoping so....sooner than later
Yeah WTF is going on with this? I'll ask my dealer lol.
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Okidokey, If you are correct, I don't have to order QD2 if I order a V8. I went on the Jeep site, and built a '13 model, ordered a V8, and the site told me that I HAD to order QD2 if I ordered a V8. Wonder why that was the case for the 13's and not the case for the '14's. Kinda weird, don't ya think?
Could be it just isn't showing it yet. Time will tell.

It does show that V8 is required for QDII
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Re: 2014 Grand Cherokee - Ordering Information and Pricing

My limited priced out with all the options is 43,340, overland is 45,790. 2,450 for upgraded wood, leather dash, door uppers, console and painted body trim. I'd gladly take a limited and miss these upgrades. Prior model years, the tricked limited's were nearly identical to the overlands in price I believe. I'd get the overland again if I had to, but I'll wait around to see if I can save the 2,500 I guess. Overall the prices aren't to bad considering all the upgrades they put into them. Still excited to get one, even though I can't swing the CRD.
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My limited priced out with all the options is 43,340, overland is 45,790. 2,450 for upgraded wood, leather dash, door uppers, console and painted body trim. I'd gladly take a limited and miss these upgrades. Prior model years, the tricked limited's were nearly identical to the overlands in price I believe. I'd get the overland again if I had to, but I'll wait around to see if I can save the 2,500 I guess. Overall the prices aren't to bad considering all the upgrades they put into them. Still excited to get one, even though I can't swing the CRD.
Don't forget the QL, heated/tele steering wheel, black honeycomb grille and shiney tow hooks.
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Re: 2014 Grand Cherokee - Ordering Information and Pricing

Me thinks the Overland has more add ons than the ones you listed compared to the Limited. Electronic folding mirrors for one. And some others I believe. Maybe someone else here knows what the other items are.
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But those are things that most of can live without. QLD is just another thing that can go wrong that I don't care about. Heated steering wheel...please, that is why they make gloves. The honeycomb grill, I'd upgrade it to chrome honeycomb.. Yes there are some nice upgrades but not worth it for me.
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But those are things that most of can live without. QLD is just another thing that can go wrong that I don't care about. Heated steering wheel...please, that is why they make gloves. The honeycomb grill, I'd upgrade it to chrome honeycomb.. Yes there are some nice upgrades but not worth it for me.
You are exactly right. I would never use power folding mirrors, besides they are very flexible if you bump something.. When you originally planned on ordering a Limited with the Luxury Group I should have followed suit.
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You aren't the only only SRT8, many others did the same thing I did and ordered an Overland. If it becauses available, my order will be changed back to the Limited with Lux II and Towing group IV
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My limited priced out with all the options is 43,340, overland is 45,790. 2,450 for upgraded wood, leather dash, door uppers, console and painted body trim. I'd gladly take a limited and miss these upgrades. Prior model years, the tricked limited's were nearly identical to the overlands in price I believe. I'd get the overland again if I had to, but I'll wait around to see if I can save the 2,500 I guess. Overall the prices aren't to bad considering all the upgrades they put into them. Still excited to get one, even though I can't swing the CRD.
Add in power folding mirrors with puddle lamps, nicer quality leather, wood trimmed/heated steering wheel, ambient lighting in back doors/footwells, auto dim passenger mirror (exterior) as well. Not saying that makes it worth it but just wanted to note a couple extras.
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Re: 2014 Grand Cherokee - Ordering Information and Pricing

There's a reason Jeep has so many models/trim levels of what is basically the same vehicle. It's not that one is better than the other, rather that each one is best for somebody.

I guess they could just have a Grand Cherokee with a list of options, which would include a list of must haves and can't haves, but having trim levels makes it easier for everybody.

From a dollar and cents point of view, the lower the level the better the value. That just means that more of the dollars spent went into the car and less into profits. As you go to higher levels you add more to the profit side. It's the private sector's form of wealth distribution. Way back in the caveman days, a stripped Plymouth Duster was the best value in the market. That didn't make it the best car.

So, as long as everbody gets most of what they want without selling the first born, it's a good day. And everybody has something to dream about until next time.



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Thank's for the other ones I was missing. Some are included my my OR2 and lux package, but I was missing the black honeycomb grille and shiney tow hooks,interior rear lighting and folding mirrors. Could do without them as well, but its good to have an accurate list. Might have to sit in one to see if its really worth it.
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But those are things that most of can live without. QLD is just another thing that can go wrong that I don't care about. Heated steering wheel...please, that is why they make gloves. The honeycomb grill, I'd upgrade it to chrome honeycomb.. Yes there are some nice upgrades but not worth it for me.

Heated Steering Wheel is the Bomb. Once you have it, you will never go back. Gloves ?? hahahahahahaah
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