King for a Day?
Wrangler: Given an adequate production facility, JK, JKU, a hardtop variant, like Dakar and a Nukizer type pickup and/or a 'Gladiator' type.
Grand Cherokee, no change,it is what it is.
Patriot remains as well, ditch the CVT for the 8 or 9 speed trans.
Liberty, this is the missed oportunity. KJ: It tried to be Dakar/Euro SUV and it failed. It came darn close. Let Bob have a crack at that messed up front suspension, take about 500 lbs out of it and give it more XJ like dimensions, KEEP the 242 transfer case, clean up the interior, and improve quality and it's a 150,000+ unit per year vehicle.
Here is what they did wrong with KJ. Front suspension was a complete failure. Front diff was too light duty. Cargo volumn was unusable, to tall, not long enough. The seats didn't fold flat (that's really stupid on a Jeep) The irritating Euro window switches on the consol. 10 years later I still can't find the dam things, window controls belong on the DOORS, I don't give a rats @#$% where the Europeans place them, if the control is for a door function, it belongs on the door,...there I feel better...
Wheelwells were too small and overall the Daimler habit of cheap components with cheap results killed all of Chrysler, just not Jeep.
Jeep Pickup? Desired, but not likely unless it comes on the Wrangler platform and FYI for those who tout how modern the Fiat CUSW flex system will be, in 1965 JEEP ran Wrangler (CJ5), Wagoneer, Gladiator and others down the same line.