Originally Posted by Kleemann
Whether they were expecting the 730N RER or RHR, it was certainly no accident.
Originally Posted by 2011RitterGC
Unless they ordered the 730N (which is what they expected) and got the 430N (which is what they got).
There have been 2 events in the young life of the WK2 that have caused issues. Call them accidents, call them lack of planning, call them lack of communication they both can and did make some people very unhappy.
The first was when the initial documentation came out and people pre-ordered Overlands based on that. The initial doc clearly stated the 730N was the STANDARD entertainment system in ALL Overlands. Then they started to show up with 430N's with a reduced MSRP and the 730H became a $305 option.
The second happened in December. Overlands ordered without the 730N radio option started showing up with the 730N but there wasn't any increase in price and on some the window sticker said 430N and there in the dash was the 730H RER.....
Imagine having ordered and paid for a 730N to then see another WK2 parked right next to it with the 730N installed at no additional charge! Or, having NOT ordered the 730N because you WANTED the 430N to wait 8 - 10 weeks only to not get the EXACT vehicle you ordered!
Sometimes it's the little things that can ruin a lot of great work. As trivial as this seems it can sour a lot of people and make them wonder if buying a Jeep was such a good idea.