New Wranglers Being Produced in Toledo!

The Jeep Wrangle has become one of the most popular vehicles in the Jeep lineup over the last few years, and as Jeep sales increase, Jeep's Toledo manufacturing plant is having trouble keeping up with demand. Jeep's parent company, FCA (Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) has recognized the issue and has announced plans to invest up to $700 million dollars in a move that will dramatically boost Wrangler production and bring 700 new jobs to the area.

The announcement comes just in time for the unveiling of the 2018 Wrangler, which is rumored to be an exciting refresh for the iconic model. It's speculated to have a lighter and stronger body along with a hybrid option and a pickup option. The new Wrangler marks Jeep's first effort at producing a Jeep pickup since discontinuing the Jeep Comanche in 1991. At Rick Hendrick Jeep Chrysler Dodge RAM, we can't wait to get our hands on the new Wrangler and show you what it can do!

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