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Jeep® Teases The Indian-Built 2023 Jeep Meridian D-SUV!

Jeep® Teases The Indian-Built 2023 Jeep Meridian D-SUV!​

The Brazilian-Built Commander, Gets A Right-Hand-Drive Twin...​

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The 2022 Jeep® Commander (H1) has proven to be a hit in the country of Brazil, offering customers a premium three-row D-SUV. Designed by the Stellantis LATAM design studio with help from Jeep’s design studio in Auburn Hills, Michigan, the new three-row offering based on the company’s Small Wide 4×4 LWB architecture was designed to be a true global SUV.

 

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I still prefer how upright the back window is in this vehicle vs the Cherokee and Grand Cherokee
 

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Why don’t Jeep offer something like this or the Commander in the North America?
 

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Jeep® Will Unveil It’s New Meridian D-SUV For India On March 22nd!​

Commander Right-Hand-Drive Sibling Will Arrive This Coming Week...​


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The 2022 Jeep® Commander (H1) continues to be a success for the Jeep brand in Brazil. The Commander is a premium three-row D-SUV, that has been designed to be more suited for countries where vehicles like the Cherokee (KL) and Grand Cherokee (WL) might be slow sellers. Based on the Small Wide 4×4 LWB architecture that underpins the popular global Compass, the Commander was designed by the Stellantis LATAM design studio with the help of the Jeep design studio in Auburn Hills, Michigan.

 

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