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I've got a 2014 Limited, been very happy with it & am thinking of shopping for a 2019 Limited. anybody make the same switch? if so was it a good move? if not, in hind sight would you rather have moved into a 2018 Limited instead?
 

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I've got a 2014 Limited, been very happy with it & am thinking of shopping for a 2019 Limited. anybody make the same switch? if so was it a good move? if not, in hind sight would you rather have moved into a 2018 Limited instead?
They're pretty much the same, only with MUCH BETTER forward lighting, and the rear license plate is on the lift gate, instead of the bumper...馃槈馃槑
 

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I've got a 2014 Limited, been very happy with it & am thinking of shopping for a 2019 Limited. anybody make the same switch? if so was it a good move? if not, in hind sight would you rather have moved into a 2018 Limited instead?
@NScherry switched from a 2.4L 2015 Latitude to a 2020 TH with the 2.0T. I think he's very happy...
 

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@NScherry switched from a 2.4L 2015 Latitude to a 2020 TH with the 2.0T. I think he's very happy...
Absolutely. Obviously going from the 2.4 to the 2.0T was HUGE, and as @Flybynightcru mentions the lighting alone is worth the switch. Refined transmission shifts. Suttle changes, like eliminating that silly cargo bar in the back, and android auto is nice, and I find the new 8.4 Uconnect is superior to the 2015 version. Marginal increase in cargo space, I can fit an extra shoe box in there now, lol.
 

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Absolutely. Obviously going from the 2.4 to the 2.0T was HUGE, and as @Flybynightcru mentions the lighting alone is worth the switch. Refined transmission shifts. Suttle changes, like eliminating that silly cargo bar in the back, and android auto is nice, and I find the new 8.4 Uconnect is superior to the 2015 version. Marginal increase in cargo space, I can fit an extra shoe box in there now, lol.
Oh ya, I forgot about all that other important stuff...LOL!!!馃槈馃槑

@rumrunner I think you would fall in love all over again with a nice 2019-2020 Trailhawk with the 2.0T, with heated and ventilated leather...LOL!!!馃槈馃槑
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Oh ya, I forgot about all that other important stuff...LOL!!!馃槈馃槑
@rumrunner I think you would fall in love all over again with a nice 2019-2020 Trailhawk with the 2.0T, with heated and ventilated leather...LOL!!!馃槈馃槑
shud def. start driving some
 

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pull into my local mechanic's lot this morning (he also sells cars) with the Jeep on a flatbed. told him "see I shudda bought a car last week" he says: "nah cheaper to keep fixing it" (even w/190k miles) we shall see
 

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I went from a 2014 TH 3.2 v6 that grate UNTIL the dealer flashed the computer for the trans problem which really messed things up so then i bought a new 2015 3.2 v6 limited front wheel drive only and had no problems. Then i went to a new 2019 2.0 turbo limited and i am still enjoying it as it was the best of the 3. I live in CA so i didnt really need the TH or 4 wheel drive as that was 500 lbs of extra wt to carry around.
 
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