In the next few years, the Jeep product range will experience some significant alteration since the company adds a new subcompact crossover and a flagship, seven-passenger Grand Wagoneer. However Jeep makes sure the world that although there are some changes, the automaker will retains its traditional off- road heritage. In fact that seven- slat grille has to stand for something.
Jeep estimated, in late 2013 or early 2014 will launch a new subcompact crossover which is based on a Fiat platform. The B- Jeep will be created together with the Fiat 500 and Dodge Journey at the automaker’s plant in Toluca, Mexico. However the B- Jeep will be designed particularly for use in North and Latin America.
At the same time, both the Compass and Patriot will be shifted with a new car based on Fiat’s CUSW compact crossover platform. The new Jeep will be designed for global markets as well as North America and will launch in 2013 as a 2014 model. According to Jeep brand CEO, Michael Manley to an online car magazine ‘Automotive News’ statement that both front and all- wheel drive will be offered in this new Jeep.
In 2013, the Liberty which has been left, remaining unchanged in the 2011 model year, will also get a replacement. The Liberty will be most probably retaining its all- wheel drive only and will be based on the CUSW Plus which is a larger version of the Compass and Patriot model.
Sergio Marchionne who is the Chrysler CEO stated earlier this year that a new Grand Wagoneer is still on progress to be finished. The Wagoneer will be the best product in the Jeep lineup and will be collective with the Dodge Durango.
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