Jeep® enthusiasts will recall that the brand hasn’t offered a pickup in the United States since 1992, when the Jeep® Comanche went out of production. Things are about to change, though, as the 2019 Jeep® Scrambler pickup will be available sometime next year. While the particulars haven’t yet been made public, we are starting to get a clearer idea of what to expect from this highly anticipated Jeep® pickup, and it’s a lot to be excited about.
The 2019 Jeep® Scrambler will be the long-awaited successor of the CJ-8, which ceased production all the way back in 1986. The new Scrambler will resemble the newer Wrangler in many ways, though not in every way. Most dramatically, the 2019 Scrambler will differ from current Wrangler models in that it will feature a pickup bed.
We can expect the new 2019 Jeep® Scrambler to feature a fortified, pickup-derived rear suspension, offering better towing and payload capacity than the current Wrangler.
Other features that make the Wrangler such a capable and desirable off-road vehicle will still be present in the new 2019 Scrambler, making it an appealing option for off-road enthusiasts, weekend warriors, and drivers who want exceptional versatility with the added benefit of a pickup bed. When it arrives, you’ll be able to find it at Linwood CDJR.