I have definitely have an appreciation for Jeeps both old and new. But, caution, lol there is a reason that Jeep is being so 'careful' about this particular truck, and producing a pick-up is so tough. Everyone knows the trend that the US auto market is leaning torwards. Cross-overs, and midsize and smaller SUV's. Production of this type of vehicle on a large scale would probably bankrupt Jeep, lol. The approach that someone said before, where MAJOR dealerships might carry one or two would probably suffice, but mass production of this vehicle, and you can kiss Jeep goodbye. In order for Jeep to not only stay alive, but also thrive... they have to cater to the interests of the general public by including a broader group of people. Not to mention the fact that the pickup competition is fierce... now that we have Toyota, and Honda, soon Kia... not to include the Big 3. None on this forum is probably opposed to this Jeep.. but it's kinda "damned if you do, damned if you don't". By producing a huge truck they would seem 'out of touch' with 'typical' american needs.. by not producing a pick-up, Jeep turns a cheek on it's most dedicated customer base.
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