Mike Manley, head of Jeep Brand, at the 2016 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, confirmed the long rumored 2018 Jeep Truck will be here by 2020. Manley confirmed our suspicions before new 2018 Jeep Pickup Wrangler. Manley was able to ensure the production of pickup and no specific details were given. With the introduction of the latest new Honda Ridgeline, Toyota Tacoma, Chevy Colorado, GMC Canyon, and rumored Nissan Frontier and Ford Ranger at the end of this decade is creating a dramatic consumer midsize truck. We are going about with more development on the upcoming Jeep truck as soon as they become available.
In an announcement Toledo plant management this morning Fiat Chrysler All Share free (FCA) revealed their plans for keeping the Jeep Wrangler production at the Toledo, Ohio plant, while moving the production of the most popular Cherokee slighted plant down. Automotive News was able to confirm the notice of a different pickup based on the Jeep Wrangler will be built at Toledo plant 2017 or 2018.
There are two plants at Toledo Assembly Complex, that manufactures body-on-frame vehicles with Unibody manufacturers of cars. The plan would require the center’s current Unibody convert body-on-frame assembly line before the launch of the Wrangler, which is expected 2018.
2018 Jeep Truck fans have been asking for a new truck model and the idea of Jeep Gladiator only desire is stronger. After many years of being teased a new truck Jeep excited to find out one’s not coming back again. There has been no information on the vehicle other than having to come will also be built in Toledo. With the popularity of midsize / compact truck resurrection thanks to the GMC Canyon, Chevy Colorado, 2016 Toyota Tacoma and about the return of Ford Ranger, the 2018 Jeep Truck can be a major challenge for the growing market.