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Final decision looks like i can get an 07 OR for about 2000.00 K more than an 06 S 4x4.. Im thinking the year bump is worth 1,000?? ..

Any body have some input on their OR"s..I know its been disscussed some,but i dont have another search on me tonite and hoping for some "Fresh' opinions.. Thanks....The cry baby..
 

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I opted for the OR over the S. I got my OR MT for the same price as the S AT. I should have went with an OR AT, but I had no idea I would OR my OR X.
 

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captandy said:
Final decision looks like i can get an 07 OR for about 2000.00 K more than an 06 S 4x4.. Im thinking the year bump is worth 1,000?? .. Any body have some input on their OR"s
I really like my 06 X OR. Personally, I would never buy any vehicle with an automatic transmission. If you think the "year bump" is worth $1000, and we already know that the locker in the OR is worth $1000, you don't need to think about it much, do you?
 

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If you think the "year bump" is worth $1000, and we already know that the locker in the OR is worth $1000, you don't need to think about it much, do you?
I would agree as long as all the options you want are there. I like the locker, and probably wouldn't have ponied up the extra money for an aftermarker locker if I didn't get it up front.

BTW - I am in Missoula, MT right now for work, and it is boring!
 

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The rear locker definitely makes the price worth while. But you can also factor in a few non "Off Road" benefits as well:

-- nicer rim/tire package (personal preference)
-- interior on the OR appears to hold up significantly better than the S model
-- you have the option of getting the RF stereo while in the S you can't
-- slightly higher ground clearance
-- stock "skid plates". . .they're good for general purposes

all in all you get a complete package by going w/ the OR. It all depends on what you will want to change in the S model once you get it.

Good luck w/ your decision.

Devandra
 

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drove both, and prefered the ride of the OR
Add the nicer interior, locker, tires, and the rest it was a no brainer.
that and the price was only a bit more than a S
Get the OR:you won't regret it
 
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