Would You Pay $531,900 For A Fake Jeep Wrangler?

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As how you can see above, someone in Mexico is asking for $531,900 for a Jeep Wrangler. However, a close inspection of the photo shows a different vehicle and we can confirm that it is not the Wrangler.

Instead, it is a Wrangler knock-off that was developed in China and shipped to Mexico. The vehicle is called the BAIC BJ40 and its prices after US conversion starts at $33,000.

This means that the BJ40 is about $2,000 cheaper than the base Jeep Wrangler and we would definitely pay that difference if it means getting an original vehicle with a proven off-road performance.

What’s shocking is that car knock-offs from China are now turning into global vehicles and it will be interesting to see how the established global brands react to this.