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Jeep® Continued To Dominate The Brazilian Marketplace In November!

Renegade, Compass, & Commander Push To The Top Again...

In November, Jeep® once again maintained its leadership in the Brazilian marketplace among SUVs with an 18.5% market share. In addition, in the year to date, its national vehicles are among the best sellers in their categories. To top it off, the recently launched Commander was named Autoesporte’s “Premium Car of the Year”, the oldest and most traditional award in the Brazilian automotive press.

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

“The results achieved in November lead us to an outstanding brand performance both in the month and in the year. Even with an increasingly competitive market, Jeep continues to be number one in the segment it created”, says Everton Kurdejak, Director of Commercial Operations at Jeep for Brazil.

2022 Jeep® Renegade Moab 2.0 AT9 4×2. (Jeep).

With the close of last month, Jeep maintained its leadership of the SUV market for the year once again, with more than 135,000 vehicles sold in 2021 and 10,644 cars of the brand registered in the penultimate month of the year. In November, the Renegade surpassed the mark of 450,000 units produced at the Stellantis Automotive Pole in Pernambuco since the beginning of its production in 2015. It is also worth noting that the model is the leader among SUVs in 2021, with almost 70 thousand units sold, fourth place in the overall car ranking.

2022 Jeep® Compass S T270 Flex AT6 4×2. (Jeep).

Compass also did well in the eleventh month of 2021 and ensured the leadership of its segment (medium SUVs) with a 42.7% share and 5,287 vehicles registered in the month. In November, the model achieved its best annual sales result in its history in Brazil and has already sold 64,251 units (the previous record in a full year was in 2019, with 60,368 models sold).

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

The elected Premium Car of the Year by Autoesporte, the Commander, reached a 23.8% share of its segment. With a little more than a month of the model’s open door, it has already conquered the second position among the D-SUVs (large sport utility vehicles). There were 1,085 units registered in the month.

Source: Jeep

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Satisfying to see how well Jeep is doing in Brazil and it’s all about product. The Brazilian Jeep team has really demonstrated that they have the talent and vision across the board to be an influential player in the global Jeep effort. Is this team being underestimated or underutilized in the Jeep universe? I don’t know, but what I sense is that these guys are putting light on what can be done with existing product that seems to have been missed stateside. That Commander grill alone would do wonders for the US Jeep Cherokee. Egos aside, it’s time Jeep get some input from South America, if not product, they are ready for prime time.

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Satisfying to see how well Jeep is doing in Brazil and it’s all about product. The Brazilian Jeep team has really demonstrated that they have the talent and vision across the board to be an influential player in the global Jeep effort. Is this team being underestimated or underutilized in the Jeep universe? I don’t know, but what I sense is that these guys are putting light on what can be done with existing product that seems to have been missed stateside. That Commander grill alone would do wonders for the US Jeep Cherokee. Egos aside, it’s time Jeep get some input from South America, if not product, they are ready for prime time.

I would like to see the Commander replace the current Cherokee KL here and have the next Cherokee KM be some unique like what we saw during EV Day.

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