I'm hoping the HE will allow for less options - ie, not having to go Lux to get it. It'd be something if the Heritage only comes with all the tech. Lots of HE buyers would like to ditch the screen altogether, I'm sure! Ha!I have been pondering where the pricing for a Heritage Edition may fall, given the $56,915 base cost of a First Edition.
The thing is, the first edition is based on Lux, 2.7, Auto, Squatch. It would be a hell of a thing for a Heritage Edition not to have a 7MT option. That would drop $3500 off the FE price, and then depending on if Mansquatch is available, possibly another $2500. But then Mod top is added on for $1900.
So - assuming it is based off a Lux Badlands - somewhere between $52,900 (if no Mansquatch) and $55,400 (with Mansquatch).
Given my Badlands build is $49000, and I'd need to add towing and roof rails, I have a little more money to save.
Agreed, but considering it is specifically listed in the suspension specs, it seems it will be a model.I don't expect it to happen, but I'd love for HE to be an appearance package, rather than a trim level like the FE. Something that can be applied across multiple/all trims and different packages.