Very cool. Looking forward to watching the countdown.
Very cool, a pre-congrats to ya. Looking forward to pics after you get it home.The jeep is at the dealership! The dealer still needs to process it, so it won't be ready until after labor day. I probably won't be able to pick it up until next weekend due to the work week. I'll get some pics up asap though =)
All in all, not a bad process. It was in KZ T status as of Thursday and got to the dealership today. Almost there!!!
Excellent. Love the green.Here is a pic from the dealer! Can’t wait to see it in person
Looks gorgeous. Now I'm even more convinced than I was that I "need" to black out the shiny bits on our 2015 Latitude.This jeep is awesome! Been driving it for about a week and have loved every minute of it! This thing blows my ‘16 out of the water in every category. The headlights are a 100% improvement. The transmission is more responsive and has more pep to it. Beyond happy with my purchase.
I don’t know every little nuance between ‘19-‘20. From what I’m seeing, and my rough knowledge of the ‘19 MY, I’m not seeing anything that is different jumping out at me.
Great find. From that same article:Congrats!!!
There's no significant changes for 2019 vs 2020
Here's the official 2020 info:
I love it, they rename it thereby making it a "new for 2019" feature. :laugh:I've asked for clarity as to what the differences are for the Safety Group, as it doesn't sound like it's any different from what I have in my 2019, just renaming the Lane Departure and Forward Collision systems
Great, expanded detail. Well done!The Jeep.com site still has "Build your own" still up for 2019. Here's what I found...
Advanced Safety Group or its features are not available for 2019 Latitude or Latitude Plus. That looks to be "new". Limited and Overland get the features in the Technology Group. That just appears to be a fine-tune of available packages.
BTW - the "Plus" seems to be the new (old) moniker for the Lane Departure Warning & Forward Collision Warning. Goes back as far as 2014:
It was introduced in the 2019 KL models. The "Plus" gives more fine-tuning of the LaneSense and FCW functions.
As far as the other features...
Alexa Skill Technology is getting Amazon involved with Uconnect. Today Uconnect! Tomorrow the world! Oh, wait. Already there.
I don't know how you can overlook the new, improved, completely different colors and wheels. The colors have been available on other models. I'm pretty sure Spitfire Orange will make the KL go much, MUCH the same speed. The aluminum wheels were already standard on the Latitude Plus, now that includes the plain ol' Latitude too. And the 19" wheels were already on the Overland, so it's just "new" for the Limited.
So, really, nothing "new" except for Amazon getting into every aspect of life. ...but that's not really new either.