Jeep Wrangler Tuscadero Pink

Last Call: Get a Hot-Pink Jeep Before They’re Gone

The most popular limited-run Jeep Wrangler color for 2021 is Tuscadero Pink. It’s been so popular that Jeep has extended its availability.

Tuscadero was supposed to be a one-year-only limited-run color for the Wrangler, but Jeep is extending it into 2022 production due to its popularity. Through the end of 2021, you can order a 2022 Tuscadero Pink Jeep Wrangler. Hurry though, as the order books close at the end of the year.

Since it became available to order in August 2021, nearly 30,000 Jeep Wranglers have been ordered in the “deep and intense chromatic magenta” color known as Tuscadero.

“We expected Tuscadero to be popular, and the customer response has been overwhelmingly strong,” said Jim Morrison, VP and head of Jeep brand North America. “It’s so popular, we’re extending production into 2022 model-year production to meet strong customer demand.”

 

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These pink Jeeps join the special-run Wrangler color lineage that includes Gecko, Chief, and Nacho. Clearly, Jeep knows how to have fun with factory-optioned colors! It also knows that its customers love to customize their Wranglers.

2022 Jeep Wrangler 4xe in limited-edition Tuscadero pearl-coat exterior paint
2022 Jeep Wrangler 4xe in limited-edition Tuscadero pearl-coat exterior paint; (photo/Jeep)

Tuscadero Pink is now available for a few more weeks on all 2022 Wrangler models: Sport, Sahara, Rubicon, 4xe, and even the mighty 392. The limited-run paint is a $395 option.

2022 Jeep Wrangler production starts this week at the Toledo, Ohio, assembly plant. To order up a pink Jeep for yourself, head over to Jeep.com.

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