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    Jeep Plant Investments, Wagoneer and Pickup news

    http://www.freep.com/story/money/car...neer/96319702/


    Interesting read.

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    Biggest takeaway on that story I got was the plan for the Wagoneer & GC to be body on frame construction. That's a completely new platform if true. The current GC & Durango are built on a Mercedes platform (M series I believe) from back when they were owned by Daimler.

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    FCA Announces new Toledo Plant for the Pickup

    Sorry if it's old news, but actual confirmations in the news get me excited...this came out today on Reuters...

    FCA said a plant in Warren, Michigan, near Detroit, would make the Jeep Wagoneer and Jeep Grand Wagoneer SUVs, while a Toledo, Ohio, factory would produce the Jeep pickup.

    from this Reuters article this morning...

    http://www.reuters.com/article/us-fi...-idUSKBN14S0WL
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    '14 Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon, '08 Wrangler, '08 Commander, '73 Commando, '68 Jeepster...It's a sickness...

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    The new Wagoneer and Grand Wagoneer will likely be rugged, body-on-frame SUVs that will seat seven or eight people
    IF, and I say IF, this is big news and a significant departure from the Grand Cherokee unibody. One can only hope......

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