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2022 Jeep® Commander Gets Added To Stellantis’ New Car-Sharing Program In Brazil:

Flua! Adds Commander D-SUV To Its Subscription Options...

The all-new 2022 Jeep® Commander has become a home run for Jeep in the Brazilian market. The new 7-passenger premium model has broken records and is the first Jeep model completely developed in Brazil by the Stellantis LATAM team. Now, Jeep Brazil has announced that the new D-SUV will join the Flua! portfolio with both its Limited and Overland trims.

2022 Jeep® Commander Overland T270 4×2 AT6. (Jeep).

For those who aren’t familiar, Flua! is Stellantis’ new mobility company offering FIAT and Jeep car subscriptions service. The new digital venture was launched in January 2021 in Brazil and takes inspiration from other car-as-a-service business models within the group such as Free2Move and Leasys.

2022 Jeep® Commander Overland T270 4×2 AT6. (Jeep).

The Jeep Commander can be selected with packages of 500 kilometers (km), 1,000 km, 2,000 km, and 3,000 km per month for 12, 24, or 36 month periods. The monthly subscriptions fee starts at R$5,399 (or about $950 USD).

“The Jeep Commander is an example of sophistication, space, and comfort. With the new model in our portfolio, we will offer our customers an excellent option for a premium product, providing them with new experiences. The vehicle is also an opportunity to expand leadership in SUVs. Flow! is the only company to offer the Jeep Commander subscription option at this time”, highlights Fábio Siracusa, Head of Flua! Operations.

2022 Jeep® Commander Overland T380 4×4 AT9. (Jeep).

Jeep is already a success in Flua!. Among the brand’s models, the most sought-after so far is the Compass Longitude. “High-end cars are in great demand in Flua! and we want to evolve with the proposal of offering a more premium and personalized added service for the Jeep Commander”, adds Siracusa.

2022 Jeep® Commander Overland T380 4×4 AT9. (Jeep).

The subscription portfolio includes 10 models, seven of which are Fiat (Mobi, Argo, Nova Strada, Toro, Cronos, Fiorino, and Ducato) and now three Jeeps (Renegade, Compass, and Commander). Monthly fees start at R$1,399 (or about $246 USD) and include documentation (IPVA, licensing, and registration), insurance with a tracker, reviews, 24-hour assistance throughout the country. Flow! has partnerships with Fiat and Jeep dealerships, in addition to Banco Fidis.

2022 Jeep® Commander Overland T380 4×4 AT9. (Jeep).

In addition to on-site options at dealerships with the Flua! to point the customer can contract online through the meuflua.com.br website. Among the company’s differentials are the digital solutions, such as Easy Tracking, which shows the status of the order on the digital channel, from production until the vehicle arrives at the dealership, and the Flua! App, which facilitates vehicle ownership management, such as access to 24-hour vehicle assistance, maintenance scheduling, fine management, invoice consultation, among other amenities.

What do you think of a car-sharing subscription service? Leave your comments below or in the MoparInsiders.com forums.

Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only a Co-Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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