I orignially placed this in the "build" thread, but that may have been the wrong place.
I'm a long time reader, first time poster. I've noticed the accuracy of Milous on other Jeep forums, so thought I'd venture a question or three:
1. Why does the new 3.0 liter diesel negate the ability to select the Blu Ray? I noticed I couldn't build on Jeep.com and the forum posting here says that the Blue Ray is incompatible with the diesel package as well...guess not a error on the jeep site then. Any thoughts?
2. I'm one of the few to take a new Overland equipped with the ORAII package and actually go offroad. I won't take it in on the Rubicon Trail I just did last summer with my stock Rubicon, but other trails seem fine (like Moab) where less live axle articulation is not a huge issue. So why can't I order tow hooks for the rear? I don't need a towing package, I want to yank folks out of ditches here in the winter or off a high center issue. I notice that the new Trailhawk II DOES have these...why can't an Overland? I'd like to get as much "factory" versus aftermarket that I can...
3. The Trailhawk II looks GREAT with the diesel for torque, large tires, great Mopar rock rails (I used these as a replacement for the ones that came with the Wrangler Rubicon, and they are great) and (I assume) electronic slip "lockers". Any news on whether a full size tire is included, or if the diesel urea tank takes up too much space? And when we could order the new Trailhawk? Wish we had other color choices though...I'm more interested in the trail capabilities than stunning the passerby with garish colors...
I would buy that concept vehicle in a heartbeat...please please please release it as fast as you did the last Trailhawk. I would gladly trade in my 2012 Rubicon and 2013 Overland for it.