Jeep® has established its dominance in the SUV segment in Brazil, with 17,578 units registered at the end of February. In February, the brand secured a 19.2% share among SUVs with 9,054 units, positioning itself as the fifth best-selling brand in the Brazilian marketplace with a 7.5% share across all segments.
The Commander (H1) D-segment SUV continued to impress, with a 35% market share with 1,577 units sold, securing the top spot in its segment. The model also celebrated the production of 40,000 units at the Galo da Madrugada festival, with Jeep as one of the official sponsors.
The Compass (M1) maintained its leadership in the C-segment SUV category, selling 4,430 units in February with a 43% share, surpassing its competitors by over a thousand units. In the first two months of the year, Compass sold 8,569 units, solidifying its popularity among Brazilian customers. The model also secured a place in the top 10 best-selling models in the market for both February and the accumulated year.
The Jeep Renegade (B1) also contributed to the brand’s success, obtaining a 9.5% share in the B-segment with 3,019 units sold in February. The Wrangler (JL) and Gladiator (JT) also performed well, completing the brand’s sales numbers for the month.
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