I found this article tucked away in my local paper today and scanned it so I could post:
The old school look on the concept really brings me back...about 30 yrs! Old school look...dunno if it would sell...kinda ugly if ya ask me.I'll just wait until tomorrow to post this then.
I would hope it's a cross between the new GC and the current Commander. You can look at the Durango and see what the general layout should look like.The old school look on the concept really brings me back...about 30 yrs! Old school look...dunno if it would sell...kinda ugly if ya ask me.
Get a XJ and beat the hell out of it, they are cheap and will go anywhere. I have a JK Wrangler and I'm less than impressed with it.I'll probably have a Wrangler by then though. The more I see what a solid axle can do off road, the more I like it.
Shortly after saying that, Chrysler announced they are going to design the exact same vehicle the exact same way, but they are going to call it the Wagoneer.Marchionne said:That car was unfit for human consumption. We sold some. But I don’t know why people bought them.
If it comes from the Factory with a 3" higher ride height, is that a lift?Yup, it will come with a 3" lift and 32" tires from the factory!
Read more: http://www.autonews.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20110110/OEM04/110119929/1115#ixzz1IqDkQ66z“It's time we gave the market an upper-scale Grand Wagoneer,” Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne said today. “You'll see it in January 2013.”
Am I'm the only one that noticed, right after saying this;
Marchionne announces they are going to recreate the Commander, exactly the same way they did before, just call it a different name.Marchionne said:That car was unfit for human consumption. We sold some. But I don’t know why people bought them.