The Jeep Renegade ‘Comanche’ pickup truck comes with a compact payload deck; uses a rear window borrowed from Ford Ranger
Jeep Renegade is the smallest offering from the iconic American SUV manufacturer Jeep. And here we have a small cute looking pickup truck based on the SUV christened as the Comanche. The customised vehicle is available on Craigslist at $38,500 (Rs. 24,75,068) and at $31,800 (Rs. 20,44,342) on eBay.
Despite being cute looking the small Jeep Renegade pickup truck appears bearing the signature Jeep aggressiveness. The front fascia remains same as the renegade SUV, while the modifier has cut off the vehicle from the B pillar and used steel tube and panels to make the small and compact rear payload area. The custom pickup truck sports a rear window borrowed from the Ford Ranger and this gives the vehicle a very authentic look.
Up front, the Jeep Renegade pickup truck sports the automaker’s signature vertically slated front grille and round shaped headlamps. The black muscular front bumper is also intact with the large air intake. The side profile boasts thick black cladding and black alloy wheels along with flared fenders. The payload deck comes with a jerrycan holder and retractable tailgate.
The squarish taillights and fuel filler is also intact. The single cab pickup keeps the stock interior unchanged. Therefore, only the space has been reduced inside the cabin. The design and features remains same as the standard Jeep Renegade SUV. Jeep enthusiasts have been long demanding for a Wrangler-based pickup truck from the American auto manufacturer. But, Jeep is unlikely to make a pickup before late 2019.
In the meantime, this custom Renegade pickup truck comes with a perfect inspiration for the enthusiasts. Speaking about the powertrain of the pickup truck, it carries the same engine and transmission as the standard Jeep Renegade SUV. Expect it to churn out same power and torque output as the standard model. The drivetrain layout is also same as the standard SUV.
Jeep Renegade Comanche Pickup Truck Gallery
Source: The Drive