New member from Seattle. First photo of the new Sting Gray KL was taken while hiking last weekend near Leavenworth WA, just outside of North Cascades National Park.
Welcome to the "Classic 2.0T Trailhawk" club. I'm still scratching my head as to why they dropped the 2.0T in Trailhawks. I say HUGE FAIL Jeep!!!Just picked up my new Trailhawk today. Raining outside, so crappy pic just so no one could say pics or it didn't happen, LoL. Funny thing, I was never a fan of the Hawk going back to 2014, until about a month ago. Came from a 2015 North (Latitude) 2.4. What a difference overall. Didn't realize how loud the 2.4 was, not that I ever had a problem with that, or the 2.4 in general. My 2015 gave me six years and 62000 miles (100,000 kms) of trouble free ownership. Never used oil, super on gas, and transmission was flawless. Only time at the dealer was oil changes while View attachment 213524
under warranty, air bag module recall, and AC hose routing recall.
This 2.0 is one sweet power plant, took a long time to find a new one around here, most are 3.2's. The new 8.4C is great, as is everything else on this vehicle. Likely upgrade the speakers in the so called Premium sound. Good power there but lacks clarity and crispness.
I'm sure it will be. you reminded me of a post of mine (for my 2014) from Dec 26, 2018:Looking forward to using it as my new daily driver
Welcome to the "Classic 2.0T Trailhawk" club. I'm still scratching my head as to why they dropped the 2.0T in Trailhawks. I say HUGE FAIL Jeep!!!