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Factory command start,what I meant is the key fob,you press the button twice to remote start the Jeep,No Range Rover,or any other European vehicle has this option,unless you are willing to have some after market business hack into your system,after you pay over $100,000 for your RR,Which I was told by a mechanic on a auto show here in Canada that he does not recommend after market remote start in your vehicle,only factory remote start.


He showed us a car that hand nothing but electronic problems when he remove the after market remote or command start that that they had someone install in it,he said look at all this spaghetti wire,he said this junk was causing all the problem with this car,he said do not install after market remote start in your vehicle,by allowing people to hack into your system.

Chrysler so far is doing a great job with their automobile especially with this Jeep Summit.

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We have a member here who owns 2 WK2 in the same model year, one with air suspension, another without. He stated on multiple occasions that ride quality is about the same, possibly regular suspension being a bit better.
Some people like more feedback from regular suspension,compare to air suspension which gives you a more softer ride,like you are floating on the road according to a Canadian that test drove a 2015 diesel summit on You Tube.That is what I like the softer smooth ride with hardly any bump feedback from the road.
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That "factory command start" statement, unless I am misinterpreting, are you somehow suggesting that you cannot factory order a vehicle ? I know a few European manufacturers who let you pick it up at the factory and let you bomb down some amazing Euro roads then help you ship it back home, for the right up-charge. American vehicles are the "better" bargain. But they are just unreliable. And I am yet to find a factory delivery option on one of them. The toys on the Jeep ? I have them too...the FCW, the BSM, the ACC, the front camera, the heated/ventilated seats. And ? I still would get the Range Rover if I could afford it. I am glad there are people who would, and that they made the wise decisions in splitting with their money. I can't afford the RR but If I did, I would buy it. All I could afford was the Overland trim and then decided to be "cheaper" (or wiser) and load up a Limited with all the packages and save $2,000 while getting essentially the same stuff while avoiding things I did not want (like leather stiched dashboard and the slippery wood steering wheel).
The GC has all the quality parts in the right places and are not superficial like some of the German counterparts. Of course as I highlighted from your comments, it is all about being able to afford something. Reliability is a concern- but tell me, is RR any more reliable? And if a RR breaks down, what would be the costs compared to Chrysler domestic parts or costs for repair regarding labor? You are basically paying for a status symbol with the RR. For the extra 30-40K I saved in buying a GC over RR (as some members here pointed out), I still have enough money to buy a BMW 3 series along with extra money for those rainy days when "reliability" might be an issue.
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