|Jeep Comanche Thunderchief|
|aka||Jeep Comanche, Jeep Comanche SporTruck, Jeep Comanche Eliminator|
|Body Style||2-Door, 3-Passenger Compact Pickup Truck|
|Length||194.0 Inches (4,928 mm)|
|Width||71.7 Inches (1,821 mm)|
|Height||64.7 Inches (1,643 mm)|
|Wheelbase||119.6 Inches (3,038 mm)|
|Engine||4.0L High-Output Power Tech Inline Six-Cylinder (I6)|
|Power|| N/A hp @ N/A rpm|
N/A lb-ft of torque @ N/A rpm
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The 1987 Jeep Comanche Thunderchief, released only a year after the 1986 Jeep Comanche, was a modified version of the aforementioned.
See Jeep Wiki's comprehensive Jeep Comanche Thunderchief Review.
Larger tires, off-road equipment.
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Design quirks and odditiesEdit
The Jeep Comanche Eliminator was based off of this vehicle.
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