Wonder why they have chosen the name Scrambler for the Wrangler pickup. I only ask because there are motorcycles that are called Scramblers. So the name, as a style of motorcycle, already exists. Just not sure why they chose that particular name.
I`m not a fan of the name but whatever, it`s just a name, what`s really important is what the truck is capable of, we can always debadge itIf that site is right we will most likely hear more at NAIAS. It's one of the largest auto shows in NA.
Not sure why they're calling it a scrambler but if has to live up to the hype of it's two wheeled counterparts.
That's what I was thinking as well, doesn't seem Jeep-like, more so some rumor made up while there's nothing out yet on what it will be called.Honestly, I don't think they will call the Wrangler Pickup the Scrambler. We'll see what happens though.
Yea but the Wrangler hasn't even always been a Wrangler...I don't see why they wouldn't simply call it the Wrangler Pick-Up. Wrangler _____. It should continue to be called a Wrangler in my opinion.
If that's the case then it's what other brands should have done, the fact they didn't should be obvious to anyone on this forum. Otherwise Toyota would have a truck called the Sequoia ______ and Nissan a Pathfinder (last generation) _______I don't see why they wouldn't simply call it the Wrangler Pick-Up. Wrangler _____. It should continue to be called a Wrangler in my opinion.
Not quite sure. I can see a use for the decked out pickup from SEMA but not sure about a standard pickup from Jeep.WTF is Jeep Pickup-Truck worth? There is no marketying value from competing with a GENERIC name, of the segment. Besides Nissan already beat them to the punch with the Nissan/Datsun Truck.
you're stil not seeing one, you're seeing a picture of an actual jeep pickup...When is that from? Never seen an actual Jeep pick-up before.