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1986–1992: Jeep Comanche
At its launch, the Comanche boasts three engines, three manual options, and a seven-foot, four-inch bed. A 2.5-liter four-cylinder with throttle-body ammunition bang and 117 application is standard, while a Renault-sourced 85-hp 2.1-liter turbo-diesel is optional. (Yes, a stick-shifted agent Jeep barter was a thing, admitting it came during a time back best Americans were still asthmatic on thoughts of GM’s abhorrent agent cars.) A GM 2.8-liter V-6 agent with beneath application than the 2.5-liter four (but greater torque) stands at the top of the range.
Happily, this blend of engines is bankrupt up over time, starting in 1987 with the phase-out of the agent and the backup of the sad V-6 with the now-legendary Jeep 4.0-liter inline-six. The six puts out 173 application and 220 lb-ft of torque, and after it is bumped to 190 horsepower. The 2.5-liter four receives added avant-garde ammunition bang in 1991 (for a addition to 130 horsepower), and Jeep adds a short-wheelbase anatomy appearance with a six-foot bed to the calendar in 1987.