Jeep Wrangler Pickup
The Jeep Wrangler Pickup is an upcoming pickup truck from FCA’s Jeep division.
It is believed that the vehicle will be come to market wearing the Scrambler name.
Following is speculative and unconfirmed information about the Jeep Wrangler Pickup. This page is a continuous work-in-progress and will be updated on a regular basis as we await official details from Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) and Jeep.
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Here’s what we expect from the Jeep Wrangler Pickup:
- Essentially a pickup truck version of the Jeep Wrangler
- Traditional tailgate (rather than a unique tailgate such as on the Honda Ridgeline, which was rumored to be available in the Scrambler)
- Midsize dimensions, similar to the Wrangler as well as other midsize pickup trucks, such as the Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon, Ford Ranger, Toyota Tacoma, and Nissan Frontier
- 2.0L Turbo I4 gasoline engine with Mild Hybrid system making 268 horsepower
- 3.6L Naturally-Aspirated Pentastar V6 gasoline engine making 275 horsepower
- 3.0L Turbo V6 diesel EcoDiesel engine making 260 horsepower and 442 pound-feet of torque
- 6-speed manual
- 8-speed automatic
- Essentially a Jeep Wrangler interior modified for a pickup truck body style
- Removable roof for an open-air experience
- Share the majority of the Jeep Wrangler JL platform, but with minor modifications for a pickup truck body style, specifically in the rear end of the vehicle
- The same architecture will be used by the future Dodge Dakota
- Reveal by the end of 2018 calendar year
- Launch in April 2019 as a 2020 model year vehicle
- Price: starting around $30,000, with the top-end Trail-Rated configurations analogous to the Wrangler Rubicon priced at $45,000 or higher
- Production: Toledo Assembly Complex in Toledo, Ohio
- Internal FCA product code JT