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2022 L - No major changes but way more Price!

elsabito

Well-known member
For what’s available today, basically the same colors and packages at a significant premium.

Overland V6 with Entertainment + Lux + Adv packages:
Before Aug 15th $62,870 MSRP
After Aug 15h $63,315 MSRP w/o QL and Tow prep instead of package.
2022 today MSRP $64,780 MSRP, Base price higher and destination. Includes QL.
 

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RiseAgainst

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Are you confirming no advanced auto assist driving features, no frontseat passenger screen, and no rear screens?
 

Xlover

Member
For what’s available today, basically the same colors and packages at a significant premium.

Overland V6 with Entertainment + Lux + Adv packages:
Before Aug 15th $62,870 MSRP
After Aug 15h $63,315 MSRP w/o QL and Tow prep instead of package.
2022 today MSRP $64,780 MSRP, Base price higher and destination. Includes QL.
per the above, did you have the option of adding the "passenger side interactive display" or "hands free driving" and just choose not to?
 

elsabito

Well-known member
Are you confirming no advanced auto assist driving features, no frontseat passenger screen, and no rear screens?
I can't confirm those. None of these features would be part of the Base Price so is unlikely these are included in the $56,805
Its possible the auto assist may be part of the Adv package, however they have kept the same price for this package, so unlikely?
Passenger screen and rear screens would be options and those are not showing yet in the Order screen.
 

elsabito

Well-known member
per the above, did you have the option of adding the "passenger side interactive display" or "hands free driving" and just choose not to?
No choice in the ordering screen to add those options, as of today.
Hopefully they add those later but with the allocation now open it seems the initial 2022 units will be exactly as the 2021.
Colors are the same as of recent choices for 2021.
The only major difference is that the required Air Suspension/Active Damping delete credit for 2021 (On V6 non Summit Reserve) is not required for the 2022. Both QL and Trailer Tow package (not the Prep) are back in the Standard features.
 

JJangle

Well-known member
My dealer confirmed summit reserve will have the passenger screen standard. It will be 3500 more than 21 model
 

elsabito

Well-known member
Not sure. I only got the Overland build sheet from my dealer.
No off road package yet available for the Overland, which would be the only trim that could have the elsd.
Ask your dealer to print the standard features from the 2022 SR, that would be the only place you can confirm if elsd is in this trim.
 

jugdish

Member
I’d be very surprised if the hands free driving can’t be retroactively activated via software update in the current Overland. I literally drive it with the wheel barely touching the back of my hand as it rests on my knee.
 

freethinked

Well-known member
I’d be very surprised if the hands free driving can’t be retroactively activated via software update in the current Overland. I literally drive it with the wheel barely touching the back of my hand as it rests on my knee.
The new system is a camera that watches your face to make sure you’re paying attention. I don’t see how they can download a camera.
 

Xlover

Member
My dealer confirmed summit reserve will have the passenger screen standard. It will be 3500 more than 21 model
Same I swung by today as wife and I are debating ordering an SR. The passenger screen is listed as std. I forgot to look for the eLSD in the order listings.
 

RP_Mojave

New member
The off road package on the Overland is what we have been waiting on.... Frustrating they can't yet offer it... Weird times....
 

Jon.

Member
Not sure. I only got the Overland build sheet from my dealer.
No off road package yet available for the Overland, which would be the only trim that could have the elsd.
Ask your dealer to print the standard features from the 2022 SR, that would be the only place you can confirm if elsd is in this trim.
It looks like eLSD is showing as standard for the SR on the 2022 order guide I just received.

Passenger screen also standard on the SR.

Showing 3 new color options for the GCL for late availability 2022s: Ember Pearl, Midnight Sky, Hydro Blue Pearl. Ember and Midnight Sky are showing available on all trims, while Hydro Blue is only listed for Overland and above.
 

RiseAgainst

Active member
Any chance you can share the order guide? My dealer won't share info until I'm present and I'll be out of town for the next several days. I'm interested in the Overland.
 

slavo27

New member
I'd be interested in the Summit Reserve order guide as well. $3.5k is a decent increase on the base price of 59k (6.5%) before destination
 

elsabito

Well-known member
Any chance you can share the order guide? My dealer won't share info until I'm present and I'll be out of town for the next several days. I'm interested in the Overland.
I only have these screen pictures attached, it looks exactly as the 2021 options, except the Air Suspension/Active damping Delete is no longer required.
I don't have confirmation if the Entertainment, Lux and Adv package include/exclude anything else in MY2022.
 

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srbrewdad

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Sounds like @Jon. is in sales at a Jeep dealership if he received a 2022 order guide; if so, then he cannot share any information on said order guide.
 
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