The new two-wheel drive Jeep Comanche (1986)

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Easy to be a truck. Hard to be a Jeep.

Compare the new two-wheel drive Jeep Comanche to Ford Ranger and Chevy S-10,and you’ll find Comanche has the lowest price tag. And in 4×4, Comanche is the lowest-priced long-bed pickup you can buy.

Up front, a gutsy 117 horse-power 2.5 litre electronic fuel-injected engine is standard. It’s more powerful than the base engine of any other pickup in its class.

Comanche’s 119.9 inch wheel-base is longer than any other long-bed pickup in its class.

Comanche is the only 4×4 pickup built with a choice of two -shift-on-the-fly- four-wheel drive systems.

You’ll find big 15-inch wheels and all-weather radials standard on Comanche, optional on two-wheel drive Ford Ranger and Chevy S-10.


Four Wheeler of the Year.

New Jeep Comanche — Available in 2WD and 4WD

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