2019 Jeep Wrangler Pickup Truck Release Date and Specs
2019 Jeep Wrangler has been confirmed by the head of Jeep, Mike Manley at 2016 Detroit Auto Show. It will be a pickup truck based on Wrangler and it will be built in Toledo factory, Ohio which is quite promising to come in 2019. Well, this is not a big surprise since the prototype has been spotted for its test recently. Some spy shots can be found on the internet with the long-wheelbase four-door test mule in heavy camouflage. It was spotted with the Ram pickup bed and the rest details are all Wrangler such as the iconic seven slot grille and the flat roof.
2019 Jeep Wrangler is general four-entryway Wrangler that is designed with a bed slapped to the back area. It is the sign that the back wheels are not adjusted to the bed. Likely, it will be long, wide and tall. It is also possible if the front end will be different from the common Wrangler with the back that will get slight redesign. The bed will be completed with comparative bumpers to the front to support its functionality.
When you go inside, it is reported to have something different from the normal hybrid. The company probably will highlight it with the materials. The truck likely will get more tough upholstery to deal with the situations such as the equipment inside. It seems the company will make the new 2019 Jeep Wrangler with more assistant catches and interesting camera framework.
2019 Jeep Wrangler Engine
The pickup truck hopefully will be equipped with three engine options. First, it can be the turbocharged four-cylinder Hurricane engine and the second is the V6 gasoline engine while the last can be the EcoDiesel engine. Sadly, the company doesn’t give us more details about the engine specifications. Therefore, we cannot go too far about the power of 2019 Jeep Wrangler until they give us some hints. Some reliable sources only mentioned that the V6 engine is able to make more than 300 hp and 270 lb-ft of torque.
2019 Jeep Wrangler is expected to come out to start its debut in 2019. It will be the strong rival for other popular trucks such as Ford Ranger, Nissan Frontier, Chevy Colorado, Honda Ridgeline and others. Right now, we have no clue about the exact price of the truck but many experts recommend that the base price shouldn’t be more than $30,000.