Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Pick-ups Jeep may return

According to the company's Mike Manley, the current segment of the pickups on the automotive market of the United States "is going through hard times, but these machines are in demand worldwide. Manley not announced plans to return the automaker to produce pickups, but said the company "does not limit itself to find new car-making and untapped markets." 

Previously, the model lineup Jeep pickup included. The last such car was the Comanche, which the company produced from 1984 to 1992. Information that is preparing a new Jeep pickup appears regularly in the press since 2003. But in 2007, in the media, even a photograph of a future car, created on the basis Wrangler. 

In 2005, Jeep introduced the auto exhibition in Detroit concept pickup truck Jeep Gladiator, equipped with a 2.8-liter diesel engine and five-INC.

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