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    I like the look, I wonder what options if any will be available for tops


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    Sweet. I'll take a 2 door x model with the diesel please.

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    Can't wait to see it in action!!

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    Ah man that's gonna be sweet!! Diesel please? Would love to be able to tow my Rock Crawler Jeep with my Jeep truck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnyboy110 View Post
    Sweet. I'll take a 2 door x model with the diesel please.
    Yes a two door diesel or hemi would be amazing! With a Rubicon-ish package available. Fingers crossed and waiting! 🤤

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    If it comes with a Hemi I think I might be getting a loan


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I think we're finally getting closer to see what the all new Jeep JT Wrangler is going to look like. Joel Stockdale posted up a bunch of spy photos that clearly show a production truck bed and I think it's gonna look good! What do you think?



    See the whole article on Autoblog here:
    http://www.autoblog.com/2017/04/27/j...#slide-5007006
    This is excellent! It's going to be a crowd pleaser for sure. I don't think they can get it wrong considering what they have in their corner.

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    JT Wrangler Pick-Up Production Truck Bed?

    Looks like a stock watered down AEV Brute. Unfortunately, for me anyway, I'm guessing it won't actually perform like a truck if one is looking for a truck and it won't wheel as good as a JKU unless one dumps a significant chunk of change into overcoming approach, break over and departure angles plus all the normal upgrades. The classic "tweener"! Will be interesting to watch sales over the next few years. Bottom line is it's never bad to see a new jeep offering!


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    Quote Originally Posted by kgxi08 View Post
    This is excellent! It's going to be a crowd pleaser for sure. I don't think they can get it wrong considering what they have in their corner.
    The only way I can see them going wrong is if the price point for it is set too high. Being that it'll be a mid-size truck, it'll need to be priced at about the same point as a Tacoma or Colorado to be marketable beyond the Jeep fan base. Anything more and you'll be in full size truck territory and it'll be a hard sell outside of a small audience.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wario View Post
    Sharp rig, but it seems like it's gonna need a significant lift to offset that departure angle if you're going to crawl it.
    As is the case w/ any stock Jeep...sure, can wheel, but to really perform it needs a mod or two...per se. My Scrambler had a significant lift and it still caught the departure on damn near everything. I'm sure the new design will take this into account much better than you think. And, honestly, let's be real...the majority of the people buying them won't be concerned about it. Sadly, for the rest of us in the game.


    Quote Originally Posted by Johnnyboy110 View Post
    Sweet. I'll take a 2 door x model with the diesel please.
    Wishful thinking. No way they do a 2 door version, the market would never warrant...just convert the current 2 door into an 8 and be done. Diesel, more likely to happen than a 2 door version.

    Quote Originally Posted by Basscat View Post
    Looks like a stock watered down AEV Brute. Unfortunately, for me anyway, I'm guessing it won't actually perform like a truck if one is looking for a truck and it won't wheel as good as a JKU unless one dumps a significant chunk of change into overcoming approach, break over and departure angles plus all the normal upgrades. The classics "tweeter"! Will be interesting to watch sales over the next few years.
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    My fear as well, a watered down AEV version...which makes me want the Brute even more! I'm guessing the Brute's prices will hold strong, be damn near as unattainable used as they are now new. I am truly excited to see it unveiled, really want to see this and have for so long! Can't see it being a replacement for my Ram or my JKUR tho, if one is wanting a single vehicle.

    The anticipation grows,

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