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(Toledo News Now) -
A milestone will be
reached Friday morning at Chrysler's Toledo Assembly Complex: The one
millionth Jeep Wrangler will roll off the assembly line.
like Charlie's Dodge in Maumee are not surprised. The sales team there credits
a great workforce at a great plant making a great product.
"It's just always been a popular vehicle," said Michael Barchick, general
manager at Charlie's Dodge. "It's rugged. Lots of versatility to it. One of
those vehicles people have fallen in love with."
And that's even with the
introduction of other SUVs from other automakers over the years.
Barchick says the
Wrangler is hard to keep on the lot and more often than not, difficult to
stock. Each dealership across the country is allocated so many Wranglers, but
demand often outpaces production.
At Charlie's, they say
they're lucky to get 15-20 Wranglers a month.
"It's just that
iconic brand," Barchick said. "People would rather drive a Jeep. It's got that
look, style. Get in, drive it, fall in love with it."