1988 Jeep Comanche Pioneer Olympic 4.0 I6 from North America
Size has no relevance to its might!
The gas gauge went bad at 207k, and I just can't seem to have my rear tires last long.
I own a 1988 Comanche "Olympic Edition". It's got about 210,000 miles on it, and I love it.
The I6 is so strong in such a small truck; I love pulling up to big V8 trucks (F-250, Chevy 2500's, etc.) and asking "wanna go!?!" (they think of most small trucks having 4 bangers). The light turns green and most will fall behind me right after we get through the light, then it is bye bye buddy.
I got a leak in my intake manifold gasket, and it whines really bad. So the V8's accuse me of having a blower. Funny as it is all stock.
Bar none, the best vehicle I've ever owned.
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 20th April, 2007
21st Apr 2007, 21:49
Its because your truck barely weighs anything in comparison to the full size and super duty trucks that you're able to get them off the line. Try taking them from a roll and you'd likely get destroyed.
26th Jul 2007, 20:22
Just bought an Olympic ed. for $100 it is rusty as heck, but it ran to beat the band what a truck!