“When I see a Range Rover on the street, my blood boils, because we should be able to do a thing like that,” Fiat Chrysler boss Sergio Marchionne reportedly just told Bloomberg. “And we will.” Them’s fightin’ words!
The Jeep Grand Wagoneer has such a cult forllowing you might expect ownership to require the ritual sacrifice of a virgin. Today's Nice Price or Crack Pipe '89 doesn't demand such lengths, but even with its Corvette motor, is its price too great to give up?
Somewhat lost in yesterday's Jeep press conference was news the off-road brand will, in two years, resurrect the Grand Wagoneer nameplate — the vehicle with the second longest continuous automotive production run in U.S. history.
Chrysler bought what was left of AMC in 1987, it's a little sad to see this woodgrain-bedecked Pre Cupholder Era SUV from 1986- back when SUVs were honest about their truckness- about to be crushed.