There is a place for electric and ice vehicles. I would be interested in an electric Wrangler/gladiator. Torque for days. Smoking 48's sound good to you? Not like 3.6 sounds like a fox body 5.0 anyway...Ironic that profits from Jeeps are being used to fund electric and self-driving car research. Neither of which I personally ever want. In fact I would pay money to a lobbying group to legislate a proactive ban on self-driving vehicles on all roads in the US. That would free up FCA R&D money to work on a more powerful gasoline engine for the Gladiator.
If 10,556 was produced every month for Chevy Colorado that would be 126.6k per year. Jeep has stated their JT production limit is 100k per year. Doubtful it would overtake the Colorado as #2 spot.Note that sales means delivered to customer. When Jeep gets components supply shortages fixed, obviously this hurts both JL and JT delivery, Jeep could eclipse Chevy for the #2 spot on this list. Just like Ram...
I had to look up your numbers because I thought it was high but you were right..If 10,556 was produced every month for Chevy Colorado that would be 126.6k per year. Jeep has stated their JT production limit is 100k per year. Doubtful it would overtake the Colorado as #2 spot.
i might do one more. live in texas so driving distances are a bit longer. my brother lives 300 miles away on the coast so i would prefer something that can get me there in one shot. tho ive been waiting 9 weeks on my gladiator with no word so far other than they accepted the order. if they take too much longer i might just say hell with it and get a model 3. or a 997 911. or the new triumph rocket 3R.I plan to never buy another gasoline vehicle -