The Jeep Comanche continues on this page of the 1986 Jeep sales brochure. The text continues, A BETTER VALUE BECAUSE IT'S BUILT BETTER. Like all Jeeps, Comanche starts off and ends with toughness. For example, Comanche has Jeep's exclusive "Uniframe" integral body construction. Which means the box frame is welded to the cab floor pan, resulting in exceptional body strength and excellent ground clearance. Comanche also has "Quadra-Link," the same exclusive suspension system found on Cherokee and Wagoneer Sportwagons - a system noted its durability, ruggedness and smooth riding characteristics. Other tough features include: Double-wall box construction for rigidity and to guard the outer walls against dents, 15" wheels rather than 14" wheels on 2WD models, outstanding corrosion protection, and an optional package that increases payload capacity beyond that of Chevrolet and Ford compact pickups.
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