Jeep will produce a new Wrangler pickup
Jeep is notorious for keeping its followers on their toes, when it comes to new models. One of the most exciting things for a Jeep lover is the prospect that the brand may bring an entirely new body style back from the auto grave. There are inklings that point to the fact that Jeep will bring a pickup back into its lineup, given the fact that there is demand for such a model. If you’re a fan of the body style, and you’re curious whether or not Jeep will produce a new Wrangler pickup, we have a bit of information for you.
It’s been awhile since Jeep has entertained the idea of a pickup in its model lineup- since 1992, in fact. The Jeep Comanche was the last time that we saw a pickup-style body from Jeep, but it did manage to last about six years before being taken of the market. While there hasn’t been confirmation that a new Jeep pickup will for sure make its way back into the auto world, recent whisperings have given us reason to think that it may actually happen. While the pickup body style is under debate, we can cross our fingers that we may just see that revamped Wrangler very soon.
2018 Jeep Wrangler diesel engine
Recently, diesel has been all the rage in the auto world. While more brands are producing diesel models, it seems that the Jeep Wrangler should also offer the option by 2018. Diesel offers drivers a variety of benefits, including (but not limited to) the following: better towing capabilities, improved fuel economy, more power at low speeds and environmental friendliness. While diesel fuel used to be considered more harmful to the environment, there have been improvements made, making it a very viable option for everyday commutes. That being said, the 2017 Wrangler may become a bit more popular when the engine is potentially released in 2018.