So how did that work for them ? (sorry for being so cynical)
Last time I checked the diesel engine has been around for many many years. And we still can't build one right ??!! Good grief.
So there will be two versions of the Grand Cherokee ? (sorry if I missed something)
Let's see. Jeep has been making solid axle 4wd vehicles since WWII. Now in 2020 there is a mystery to making them ? Where's Mr. Sheaves when we...
For the record I have zero handling issues with my 2dr JL Rubicon.
Still a great looking car.
Plus. Thanks to our "wonderful" marketing........nobody knows the 300 even exists anymore.
I'll say it again. The Durango is still one if not the best looking SUV's out there. Distinctive and not a 'lookalike'.
Why can't they offer a similar version here ?
A great car and the best kept secret in the automotive world. Blame FCA for that unexplainable action.
We can only hope.
Then why are you here ?
I really hope that isn't true. American engineered yes.......the rest I hope not.
Been there twice. An awesome place. Even got to meet the King. He drives in every day in his Chrysler 300. Usually around 10:00 am.
I'm seeing on the Jeep Forums that a Wrangler Mojave is a distinct possibility.
Will they ever make a 4 cylinder with half way decent NVH ?
WOW. That is beautiful.
Thank you for that.
I know a lot of people that won't buy Buicks (certain models) only because they are made in China.
Here we go !
Back in the day the Cherokee shared the same suspension/drivetrain as the Wrangler.
Would that work today ?