Fast Cars: CEO Confirmed: Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, Grand Wagoneer, and Jeep Pickup Truck

Fast Cars: CEO Confirmed: Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, Grand Wagoneer, and Jeep Pickup Truck

Awesome fast car review: CEO Confirmed: Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, Grand Wagoneer, and Jeep Pickup Truck



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23 Replies to “Fast Cars: CEO Confirmed: Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk, Grand Wagoneer, and Jeep Pickup Truck”

  1. The Renegade and reviving the Cherokee are the worst design decisions Jeep has made in recent years. Hopefully this year sheds some light on a promising future for Jeep.

  2. Unexpectedly effective and informative interview. Pushing for answers, getting some and not others, getting some strong flavors in responses – well done, than you.

  3. agree in general with the comments. good interview. RAM does rank near bottom for reliability in all publications I have read for the past 5 years. I cannot understand why RAM does not simplify its product offering and focus upon value proposition. If a Cummins and Aisin were fitted into every Ram truck [1500, 2500, 3500, etc], likely the brand appeal would rise. Then: increase the rust protection; ensure all electronics are "military" standard, to increase reliability [which are easily done]. etc etc.

  4. I hope they don't tech things up to much! Just make them fun,rugged,capable and reliable! For example,if they make the pickup. Make very rugged and durable. Both in looks and function.Something that can go out in the woods,on a farm and get used and abused. Also give it enough power to be reasonably useful.

  5. FCA quality is still bottom of the barrel and instead of improving that they are producing three new models. I guess they want to see if they can make a clean sweep of the "Do not buy" category.

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