Final Jeep Wrangler JK Rolls Off the Assembly Line

What has graced more covers than Pamela Anderson and done more wardrobe swaps than Lady Gaga?

It may be the end of the line for the JK, but its legacy is only beginning.

Since its launch in 2007, the Jeep® Wrangler JK/JKU has become a global symbol of customization and capability. And in the process, it has proven that, yes, both brains and beauty are possible.

Just as the Jeep® JK vastly improved upon the outgoing TJ, so too the JL will reveal innovative progress. And while the new model is positioned to knock the socks off the North American markets, it would be foolish to talk of the JK in past tense. We may be bidding farewell to production, but profit potential is a far cry from dried up. Indeed, second and third vehicle ownership are set to provide another generation of sales revenue. Read more here.

A very special thank you to editorial staff at The Engine Block, Corby Phillips of WARN Industries, Dan Guyer of Keystone Automotive, and Scott Poncher, President/CEO of Up Down Air Systems for their participation on this piece.

 

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