Here’s the good news for those who have been eagerly expecting the yet-to-be-named Jeep Wrangler-based pickup truck. The truck will come out to public in showrooms in April 2019, sooner than formerly reported, and its production is supposed to start in the 4th quarter of this year. It is also revealed that the truck will be made in the Ohio factory.
The newly-built Wrangler platform will be applied to the pickup, equipping it with 4 doors, several powertrains, and a short bed. Correspondingly, the turbocharged 2-litre 4-cylinder and 3.6-litre V6 come available in this pickup. It is believed that in the future, the powertrains may include its future 3-litre turbodiesel V6 motor and the plug-in hybrid engine in the future. With the option of the Rubicon version, the owners may have more off-road accessories (Locking differentials and rock bark disconnect).
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The comeback of this Jeep Wrangler-based pickup truck will definitely ignite a boisterous market of compact pick-up trucks. An available folding top in this model will make it the pioneer in bringing back a wave of convertible pickups in the U.S since Chevy SSR left America in 2006.
The market is driven crazy by crossovers, SUVs, and pick-ups. Bringing Jeep style to the market at the moment may be one of the prudent decision that promotes its sales. Morevover, the act will also draw more new customers.
The Jeep-based pickup has yet to be officially named
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