A prodigious thirst
A front Axle
A new drive shaft because they didn't sell the CV joint (Yes a CV) that came out of the transfer case separately.
All the electrics (Luckily not expensive)
And catastrophic resale value
Also an 5 week lead time for a service and FKALL parts backup. I know that's not the vehicles fault.
I won't even buy Jeep clothing. Based on the cars, the buttons will all fall off and the dye will run all over your other stuff the first time you wash it.
I presume you want a wrangler for it's off-road ability. If you want to go off-road rather get a dirtbike. You can get a nice 2nd hander for 20k. They are much cheaper to maintain and if it's broken waiting to get fixed that's fine. Going off-road in an expensive, probably financed, wrangler is a recipe for financial ruin.
Just my opinion. Don't shoot the messenger.