2018 Jeep Trackhawk
Yes it did. 75k, (NOT COUNTING EXPORTS, CANADA AND MEXICO) and there's still some left on lots right now...I don't see this design moving that many units in one year. The Liberty couldn't even break 70,000 last year (although older, I think the exterior of this vehicle will be just as big of a turn off as dismal gas mileage and plastic interior). I hope they do manage to reach that output as that means more jobs but I'm skeptical.
I was referring to the outgoing Liberty's interior/gas mileage, not the new Cherokee. In my opinion, I think the exterior will turn more people away from the vehicle despite having a nicer interior (going off spy shots) and significantly better gas mileage than the outgoing Liberty. I did make a mistake on the number of sales from 2012 but I still don't see this vehicle with its current front end outselling the Liberty by 2.5 times but we shall see. I really hope this vehicle looks better in person than in the photos. The design is slowly looking more attractive to me but I was hoping for a little more traditional front end. With that said, I'm hoping for some pleasant surprises on Thursday.I have seen the interior and it is far from "dismal" It is in fact WORLD CLASS! The 3.2 will be a beast in this vehicle. The 4wd capability will be unmatched in its class.
Samo, samo, no changes to speak of. As Marlon noted, nowhere near enough time to alter the design, it would take at least a year to do that. I think the Trailhawk version looks a little better than the Limited model that Chrysler revealed last month. And the rear styling, don't think it's going to go over well either. The interior however is very nicely done, and the specs are decent, some very innovative technologies. Gonna be real interesting to see the reactions when unveiled live in NY.WOW! You have the real pics? I'm sure you're under NDA, but I'm dying to know if Jeep made any tweaks since the pre-production pics were leaked.
I wondered why no pics had been released of the back end of the vehicle .And the rear styling, don't think it's going to go over well either. The interior however is very nicely done, and the specs are decent, some very innovative technologies. Gonna be real interesting to see the reactions when unveiled live in NY.
No pictures were planned until the official unveiling at NY auto show but a pic of the front end got leaked on a website last month so Chrysler chose to release some pictures but held back pictures of other angles until the official planned release.I wondered why no pics had been released of the back end of the vehicle .