2019 Jeep Wrangler Pickup (Scrambler) spy shots from MotorAuthority
The Wrangler-based Pickup Truck
No car quite captures America’s daring character and sense of adventure like the Jeep® Wrangler. This long-time favorite of automotive enthusiasts has been around since 1986, featuring a design inspired by the classic WWII-era Jeep®. For those of you who have been following all things Jeep®, you know that Jeep® announced about a year ago that they had a new vehicle in the works: a Wrangler-based pickup truck.
This April, we have the much-anticipated spy shots of the new Jeep® pickup. Beneath its covered exterior we can see the stately, distinctive Wrangler silhouette extend back to include a pickup bed. The bold and angular lines of the truck make it like no other model on the road. From these shots, it’s clear that the vehicle will offer a crew cab body configuration alongside a decent-sized bed. Our best guess is that this Wrangler-based pickup will be released for the 2019 model year, but there’s no official name for it yet. Some say that it will be named the Scrambler, while others believe it will carry the name of a previous Jeep® pickup, such as the Gladiator or original Willys Jeep® Truck.
The pickup will also most likely feature a similar interior as the Jeep® Wrangler, which means that it will have an adventurous and durable interior with state-of-the-art smartphone connectivity and entertainment technology. Upgraded powertrain options may be available as well, such as a diesel option with incredible power and capability.
Here at Gary Wood CDJR, we can’t wait until this Jeep® Wrangler Pickup model arrives on our dealership lot.
There’s nothing in the world that says “the great outdoors” quite like venturing into the wilderness in your brand-new Jeep Wrangler. If you or one of your loved ones has a Jeep but hasn’t had the chance to go off on a fun hiking trip yet, then why not plan one soon? Here’s some recommendations for the best Missouri hiking spots.
When it’s finished, this trail will be over 500 miles long and stretch the length of the Ozark Mountains. Check out the 35-mile-long Taum Sauk section.
Natural Tunnel Trail
Head to this scenic trail in the Bennet Spring State Park to see the Bennet Spring Natural Tunnel, a 296-foot long passage. It also features diverse terrain.
Ha Ha Tonka State Park. Photo by Jason Runyon.
Lewis and Clark Trail
How could you pass up a trail named after the most famous adventurers of the pioneer era? View stunning limestone cliffs and the Missouri River.
Ha Ha Tonka State Park
14 trails await you in this state park, including the otherworldly Devil’s Kitchen, Turkey Pen Hollow, and Colloseum Trail.
Mark Twain National Forest
This nationally-recognized forest is too huge to be explored all in one day, but some highlights include the 12,000-acre Hercules Glade Wilderness, the Rutherford Bridge, and Cedar Creek Trail.
Mark Twain National Forest. Photo by Bhanu Tadlnada.
Need a Jeep to help you get to these scenic Missouri hiking spots? Just stop by our dealership here at Gary Wood today.
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