With October sales in the books, Jeep® continues to dominate the SUV market in Brazil. The American adventure brand led the segment for the tenth consecutive month, with a total of 11,394 units leaving dealer showrooms last month.
So far in 2022, Jeep Brazil has sold 110,339 units. Those numbers have Jeep control 20% of the SUV market share and 7% of the total automotive market share in the country.
The Jeep Compass (M1) also ranked among the Top-10 best-sellers in Brazil in October, with 5,308 units sold. Year-to-date, Compass is the absolute leader among C-SUVs, with 51,070 units registered and an impressive 41.8% of its segment.
The Jeep Commander (H1) broke another participation record among D-SUVs in October with an incredible 46.5% of the segment. With 2,112 units sold in the month, the Commander remains the undisputed leader among D-SUVs, a position it assumed shortly after its launch. In the year, the model maintains the leadership, with 17,653 vehicles sold and 34.6% among D-SUVs.
The Jeep Renegade (B1) ended the month with 3,957 units sold and 41,511 in the year to date, with an 11.1% share in the competitive B-SUV segment.
“We lead the SUV segment every month of the year, showing the strength and quality of our products and the excellent work in partnership with our dealer network”, says Everton Kurdejak, Jeep’s Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations for Brazil. “Demand for our cars remained high every month of the year. We overcame many challenges within the sector with serious, transparent, and responsible work. This leadership in the SUV segment is very important and represents all the commitment of our team to guarantee the total satisfaction of Jeep customers!”
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