Plus...Here are the main differences that I could find between the 2018 Premium vs. Limited. Also, the price difference appears to be more in the $3k to $4k range.
- HK audio system
- Keyless access w/push button start
- LED SRH headlights (as an option)
- Power passenger seat
- Memory driver side seat (2 memories)
- Heated rear seats and AC vents
- Reverse automatic breaking (as an option)
Exactly what I did. I was going to get Eyesight regardless of trim, so my price diff was ~$2k, and for the amount of upgrades that I wanted plus some bonuses made the decision easy.I recommend writing down the extra features you want and seeing if the price difference is worth it to you.
I completely agree. I was just trying to list the items that you could not get if you went with a premium. Kind of like the java brown leather, low profile roof rails and heated steering wheel on the touring models.Sure.
Upgraded audio is an option too, but play that game and the price will end up being just as much as the Limited.
Been there, did that. upsold myself from a premium to a limited back in February, got wind of 2018 improvements and held off until fall, upsold myself to a 2.5 touring. Given the prices where I purchased the touring from vs where I would have purchased the premium from, and 0%/63 months (now) vs 1.99%/60 (credit union, then), the 2018 touring cost me about $2.2k more than a 2017 premium would have.With that being said as noted with premium to limited, you can load up a limited to be essentially a touring too if you don't watch yourself.