Jeep® Celebrates It’s 30,000th Commander (H1) Being Built In Brazil!

It Only Took A Little More Than A Year To Hit The Milestone...

After starting production a little more than a year ago, the Stellantis Goiana Assembly Complex in Pernambuco, Brazil is celebrating the production milestone of building its 30,000th Jeep® Commander (H1).

Production of the Jeep® Commander (H1) at the Goiana Assembly Complex. (Jeep).

With a proposal to reinvent the D-SUV segment, the Commander is not only fulfilling this objective in Brazil, but across the entire South American region where it is also sold. The three-row D-SUV stands out due to its level of sophistication and focuses on the luxury needs of the South American customer thanks to it being the first ever Jeep designed and developed in the region.

Production of the Jeep® Commander (H1) at the Goiana Assembly Complex. (Jeep).

Jeep states that it has already sold more than 16,000 units of the Commander so far this year in the Brazilian market alone. Demand for the vehicle continues to rise month after month. So much so, that Commander has already taken 33.5% of the market share in the D-SUV segment in Brazil. This means that its not only the segment leader in sales, but contributes to the American brand’s success in the SUV market there.

Production of the Jeep® Commander (H1) at the Goiana Assembly Complex. (Jeep).

Since its launch, the Commander has taken home several important awards in Brazil. This includes the oldest award from the Brazilian automotive press, the “Premium Car of the Year” from Autoesporte magazine and the most recent award, “Best Resale Value”, in the Large SUV category from Agência AutoInforme.


Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the 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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