Report: Jeep Wrangler Pickup Not Set to Arrive Until Late 2019Ironically enough, it seems that with each day that passes, the release date of the Jeep Wrangler Pickup travels further into the future. Now the Jeep Wrangler Pickup is not set to arrive until late 2019. The Jeep Wrangler Pickup, regardless of what it ends up being called, will likely be more expensive than competing mid-size trucks. Discover More About the Jeep Wrangler Pickup: What We Know About the Jeep Wrangler PickupDuring the media launch for the new Jeep Compass, Manley revealed this far-flung release date for the Wrangler Pickup, citing that the Jeep brand wants to ensure that everything runs smoothly for the next generation of Jeep Wrangler vehicles before production of the pickup version can begin. Unfortunately, during a recent Jeep press conference, Manley yet again revealed a far-off release date for the Wrangler Pickup.
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The Jeep Wrangler Pickup Would Take Longer Than Expected – DailySun
It looks like we’ll have no choice but to wait a couple of years just to get our hands on the highly anticipated Wrangler Pickup truck. Jeep’s CEO Mike Manley revealed to The Detroit News that the pickup truck will only be produced in late 2019. Some of these names include some historic names such as “Comanche” and “Gladiator.” When it comes to sales, Manley is expecting most buyers for the Wrangler pickup truck to derive from the US and the Middle East. This is a drastic change as the new Wrangler was expected to debut some time this year and kick off sales as a 2018 model. Aside that, Manley also stated that he and Marchionne have been collaborating to come up with names for the new model.
Now, Manley has just told the Detroit News the Wrangler Pickup won’t hit production until late 2019. Shown above, a fan’s imagining of the upcoming Wrangler Pickup from JLwranglerforums.com. In other Jeep news, Manley said the upcoming Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will hit the market in either late 2019 or early 2020. From Road & TrackWhen Jeep first confirmed in January of last year that a Wrangler Pickup was finally–finally!–on its way, brand CEO Mike Manley said it would arrive in late 2017. Manley did not indicate where or when the Wrangler pickup will be unveiled to the public.
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