AUBURN HILLS – A new version of the Scrambler no longer will be slotted into Jeep’s lineup this year, but that doesn’t mean a sport/utility-truck (SUT) project is dead. Jeep Scrambler “I wouldn’t rule it out at all,” says Craig Love, vice-president-activity vehicle product team, Jeep. “There are 4-wheel-drive SUTs in Jeep’s history and there could be in Jeep’s future.” Love points to past iterations of the Scrambler and the long-gone Comanche pickup as being integral to the ...

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