2020 Jeep Wrangler V8 Canada Review – Jeep has not sold a truck since 1992, when the XJ-based Comanche Cherokee stopped producing. Since then, Jeep has created many concepts to make fun of us. Now, we know that a JL Wrangler-based van is on its way, and it’s at the top of our car list that we can’t wait to drive. To say that we are excited about collecting Wrangler would be an understatement, so let’s summarize everything we think we know about it.
2020 Jeep Wrangler V8 Canada Review
Jeep started the rush of the Wrangler truck in 2020 with the Gladiator concept (shown above), but it never came to production. A handful of concepts, as it only served to stimulate our collective appetite.
Finally, Fiat Chrysler’s late CEO, Sergio Marchionne, confirmed at the beginning of 2020 that Jeep would offer a production pickup version of JL Wrangler, whose standard version of SUV made its debut at the end of 2020.
We suspected that the Wrangler would make his debut at the Los Angeles Auto Show this year, and now it’s confirmed. Through Jalopnik, the Los Angeles Auto Show released a press release saying “a Jeep pickup truck” will be among the cars that will make their world debut on the show. The media preview for the Auto Show begins on November 27th, so expect to finally see the Wrangler pickup, if not before.
Autonews reports that, at the national conference, Jeep dealers were informed that the Wrangler Pickup would arrive in their showrooms in April 2019. That means the truck will probably start producing later this year.
Originally, it was rumored that the Wrangler truck would be called Scrambler, after the rare two-door CJ-8 pickup built from 1981 to 1986. But more recently, we’ve heard some new evidence otherwise. An informant alerted the Jeep Scrambler Forum about an apparent slip from within FCA. Briefly, on the Jeep Media page, a headline that said “2020 Jeep Gladiator ” appeared. (Since then, the Jeep Scrambler forum has changed itself to “Jeep Gladiator forum “).
While the page was quickly removed from the FCA media site, the Wrangler collection Rumours forum is so convinced of its veracity, that the administration is committed to renaming the forum to Jeep Gladiator Forum. And if the rumor is true, it has a precedent: “Gladiator ” was the name of the Jeep Wagoneer-based pickup truck built from 1963 to 1971, and Jeep resurrected the name of a concept van based on Wrangler of the JK generation of 2005 mentioned Previously.
The main options in our Rubicon include a manual transmission Getrag 238 ($3000), as well as the Hemi of 372 horsepower and 5.7 liters ($20.750). If you need more power, God knows why, the 425 hp Hemi and 6.1 liters will cost you $26.500.
The escape from the V-8 shows a nice growl, but it is as dim as a Hemi charger. At least it’s rarely intrusive. Under an open blow, you can bark at the huge braggarts in second place. Surprisingly, all that extra impulse is not particularly noticeable in the city, although a observed 13 mpg will remind you regularly what can impose two additional cylinders. The power is paid for itself, especially when you have become an unpleasant ravine and you need to go out with a transcendental spurt. In El Paso, it takes many revolutions to start this racing car, probably a function of high friction and sticky tires. The shifter is acceptablely light (the clutch acceptance is also) but the pitches are long, and the gearbox Getrag moans and whinnies like Mr. Ed.
In general, the Jeep AEV impresses more because it never feels like a collection of additional parts. It is a surprisingly sophisticated type of vehicle, only for adults, which has nothing impressive, which draws attention to its strength and integration. The dust-coated spare tire carrier is a good example. “It took Me two years to achieve it,” says Harriton.