BJS is on a roll, but with a new product, the company has yet to deliver on its promise of getting truckers back on the road again.
While the new trucks are a boon for those who want to get around more often, they’re still more expensive than what’s been available to consumers for years.
It’s a problem that BJS says it’s currently working on.
“We know that we have a lot of issues with pricing, but we’re still working on it,” BJS President and CEO Jim Pincus told CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”
“There’s a lot to do, and I’m not going to say any more than that.”
A few years ago, BJS introduced its “Crossover” truck concept, which was meant to allow trucks to work as a full-size SUV with four doors.
While that idea proved popular, it still required a lot more than just a more powerful engine and more room.
The company also introduced a smaller, more comfortable version called the “Flex” which is essentially a small SUV with an even smaller roof.
The Flex model is now out of production and replaced with the larger, more spacious “FLEX” version.
But for those looking to get a truck that’s more suited to getting around, there’s a new model that’s getting some attention.
“BLS” is a name that describes a vehicle with a smaller roof, which would make the Flex version a much better fit for a city or even a back country.
It also would give BLS trucks an added feature that’s been missing from other BJS trucks: the ability to tow trailers.
BLS says its Flex model would also be easier to maintain, since it could use a small trailer as its payload capacity.
The new Flex model will cost a little more than $35,000.
And it’s got an added benefit that’s not available in other BLS vehicles: a trailer rack.
The BLS Flex has a trailer hitch that connects to a single chain link and connects to the rear axle.
When the trailer is fully extended, the chain link connects to one of the chain locks on the rear axles.
The chain lock on the Flex can be locked to a chain link with a special hook to hold it in place.
The hitch is designed to attach to any hitch that fits, but it also has a hook on the axle to pull the axle out of a hitch that doesn’t have the hook.
BJS said the Flex is designed for use in “high traffic environments,” but it would also work in a “trailer bay,” a truck bed that’s designed to be used for trailers or other cargo.
The trucks would also come with a trailer extender and trailer hanger, and the BLS FLEX would come with one, too.
The two-person Flex can tow four trailer loads.
It can tow trailers of up to 12,500 pounds, or two trailers of 25,000 pounds, but that’s still far less than what other BAS trucks are capable of.
And BLS is offering a discount on the new Flex when you buy the other two- or three-person FLEx models at the same time.
Bussin said he hopes to bring back the Flex with an optional tow hitch.
But until that happens, the Flex model has been retired.
The pickup truck is expected to arrive in the U.S. next month.
BIS/Santander’s “Baja Truck” (left) is still one of Bussins best-selling vehicles, but this new truck will likely be the last BJS truck in production for at least a few years.
The truck will replace the “BJ” and “BX” trucks, which are expected to hit the market in 2019 and 2019, respectively.
BJ trucks have been on BJS’ lineup for a while, but BJ’s pickup truck, the “Rampart,” is finally making a return.
This truck, designed to haul cargo and other cargo, is expected in 2019.
It will be the first BJS pickup truck to go back to the old design.
This is a pretty big deal for BJS, because it’s the company’s first truck to be completely redesigned since the late 1990s.
“This is the beginning of a new direction,” said Pincu, who’s also BJS’s senior vice president of truck sales.
“It’s going to be the beginning that will bring back BJS to its original form.
We’re very proud to be working on the future of BJS.”
BJ’s first-generation truck was a truck with a limited-slip differential.
BJS also plans to roll out a truck-to-cargo system for trucks in 2019, and it hopes to launch a small, compact SUV called the Freestyle that could be the companys first all-electric vehicle.
The Freestyle is expected by the end of 2019. The