What's the one thing you dislike about your wrangler 392!

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Gas for me!!! It drink alot of Gas!

I upgraded from the JLU sport Altitude to 393 way better ride! I don't plan to do any modifications, just wish I had 35"s instead of 33's. When I ordered my Jeep the recon package wasn't available at the time of order. Happy jeeper 392 that is😍
 

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I don't know much about it yet, but in comparison to my old Rubicon, the 392 has CV joints instead of U-joints. I dunno if that's a bad thing, but I like U-joints better.
 
My 2018 had the CV joints. Think it was first year and first trim (MOAB) for Jeep to do that on the wrangler with the FT 4WD - but it's been on the Grand Cherokee's for eons without too much trouble and I never had any issues, and was never easy on them, so I'm not against them either... but would also prefer if it had U-Joints with traditional 4WD.
 
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I don't like the park assist feature in which you have to be buckled in to move the Jeep even a few feet. Not 392 specific, but still one thing I dislike about it.
Can you explain this?
 
@Viking Jeeper
"Can you explain this?"

Let's say your Jeep is parked outside and you go to move it inside your garage, you have to wear your seat belt to move the Jeep. If you don't, it will automatically brake until you buckle in, put the vehicle back to park, then back to drive before you can continue.
 
@Viking Jeeper
"Can you explain this?"

Let's say your Jeep is parked outside and you go to move it inside your garage, you have to wear your seat belt to move the Jeep. If you don't, it will automatically brake until you buckle in, put the vehicle back to park, then back to drive before you can continue.
I've been doing lots of reading while waiting for my 392 and I believe this can be turned off, either within the menus in the vehicle from the factory or with the Tazer mini.
 
I've been doing lots of reading while waiting for my 392 and I believe this can be turned off, either within the menus in the vehicle from the factory or with the Tazer mini.
I don't believe you can drive forward if the driver's door is open either. Don't know where to find the menu to turn off this feature.
 
I don't believe you can drive forward if the driver's door is open either. Don't know where to find the menu to turn off this feature.
Then how do you drive with doors off? If this is true I guess the computer cancels that feature once the wiring harness has been disconnected from the door. I am going to love the power of this Jeep but I also love my 06 that has zero wiring to the doors, no traction control, no ABS, no seat belt warning (it was very easily disabled).
 
I've been doing lots of reading while waiting for my 392 and I believe this can be turned off, either within the menus in the vehicle from the factory or with the Tazer mini.
Tazer mini allows seat belt to be turned off. @byhumba . . . I can relate to the problem. Tazer mini was worth it for me just to be able to move the Jeep around the driveway and garage without a seat belt. I do wear a seat belt when using Tazer mini in forced RWD.
 
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