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Jeep Comanche pickup truck: 2016 Moab concept

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The Renegade-based Jeep Comanche concept has styling cues from both military and civilian Jeeps, with "Beige Against the Machine" paint, a satin black hood, custom lower front fascia, winch, steel rear bumper, soft top, and spare tire in the bed.

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The wheelbase has been stretched by six inches for the 2016 Comanche concept's five foot long bed.

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Inside, the Comanche has custom seat covers, pedal covers, door sill guards, and all-weather mats; off-roading is eased by Jeep Performance Parts (off-road rock rails, a two inch lift kit, and a winch). The Comanche rolls on 16-inch painted wheels and 32-inch BF-Goodrich All Terrain T/A tires, and is powered by a two-liter Fiat MultiJet diesel engine with a 9-speed automatic transmission. The AWD system is the Jeep Active Drive Lock setup with a low range and a locking rear differential.

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