Jeep seems to be changing its production strategy, with Wrangler to remain in Toledo but Cherokee slated to leave. Autoblog's Mylencia Gillenwaters reports on this edition of Autoblog Minute.
"Pretty soon." That's the answer Jeep president Mike Manley gave to Australian site Car Advice when asked about a decision on a Jeep pickup truck. And with the next-generartion Wrangler planned for arrival in 2015 or 2016, this is the window for getting with planners. There's certainly plenty of lust for a Jeep pickup – just look at the strong sales of Mopar's JK8 kit.
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