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Comanche Specs....Awsome, awsome to the Max


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http://www.decodethis.com/reviews/1987/Jeep/Comanche

 

The Jeep Comanche for 1987

Made in UNITED STATES for Jeep, the Comanche for 1987 is a contender in the -seat REGULAR CAB PICKUP 2-DR market. It originally retailed for USD with a invoice price of USD.

 

Comanche Dimensions

In 1987 the Comanche has an overall length of inches and a width of inches. It sits a total of inches off the ground, with a ground clearance of inches. Front headroom is inches.

 

The front suspension gives the Comanche a turning radius of inches. It uses tires with a wheelbase of inches.

 

Drivetrain

The Comanche comes standard with a 4-Speed Automatic transmission and is a rear-wheel drive vehicle. It has a curb weight of approximately lbs. The front brakes are and the rear brakes are .

 

Fuel Economy

The 4.0L L6 OHV 12V engine gets miles/gallon city and miles/gallon highway off a gallon tank. This is average for its class. Hybrid versions of the Comanche are also available.

 

Pricing

The Comanche retails for USD with a invoice price of USD for the base model with no options. A standard delivery charge of USD is also applicable. Additional options and trim levels can raise the price significantly.

 

Specs & Equipment

Standard equipment includes . While it varies per trim level optional equipment lists .

 

Exterior color choices include with interior choices of . The Comanche seats people with inches front leg room.

 

Standard Warranty

The standard warranty period is months or miles. It also has a month/ mile powertrain warranty. Extended warranties are available through the manufacturer or third-party vendors. It's important to check with your dealer to verify all warranties.

 

 

Had a chuckle at the actual lack of information on the Comanche review.

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Obviously that is not the complete form. The original form had blanks after the dimension words and you were supposed to fill them in with what you wanted on your custom Jeep and then turn the form in to the dealer. The factory would then turn your dream into reality. The project failed when all the "good faith" deposit checks bounced. :rotf:

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