All the models from Jeep are mainly successful in the United States, with the exception of the Jeep Renegade. Stats reveal that a mere 20 to 25 percent of Jeep’s total sales make up their global sales and this includes the Jeep Wrangler, too.

Jeep is clearly not satisfied with that current figure as it is looking to expand into global markets and make it big with other models besides the Renegade.

The Wrangler pickup variant that is arriving in 2018 may just be able to help the automaker out in achieving its global status. However, markets in Asia and Europe are quite different from the U.S.; despite the dropping of fuel prices, many folks do not fancy full-size pickup trucks.

Models that are small or midsize such as the Nissan Navara, Toyota Hilux and Ford Ranger are currently at the top of the list, globally. But it is the Ranger and Hilux that are gaining extra love in Asia and Australia.

If Jeep nails the execution, the 2018 Jeep Wrangler Pickup will definitely be one of the most notable names in the global market. It may even barge into the Ranger’s territory on the global sales chart but the Wrangler may be challenged when the Blue Oval midsize truck, along with the Ford Bronco, arrives in the U.S.

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Robert Ryan · December 4, 2016 at 11:37 am

Jeep currently has a bad reputation in Australia for reliability , need to work on that.
Jeep Pickup will be a contender in the US Midsize resurgence , it was designed for that not the Global market.
80% of Jeeps sold in the US, bulk of the rest in Canada

Ranger Owner · December 4, 2016 at 10:05 pm

Ah…….. anyone take a close look at the current Ranger. It’s not so small anymore. Ranger needs to slim down if it want to be considered a small pickup.

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