Jeep’s New 7-Seater SUV Will Launch In India With This Name (Details Leaked!)

Sports Utility Vehicles. Indian Customers. What comes to mind after hearing these two things is Love. Yes, love. SUVs are India’s newfound love and that won’t wear out any time soon. From Tata and Mahindra to Kia and Hyundai, all are aware of the newfound love of Indians. And no one wants to stay behind in getting a larger share of the pie. And in this background Jeep, the American carmaker also wants to make a mark. For the very same purpose, the company is coming with a new seater SUV to the Indian Market.

Jeep Commander 7-seat SUV officially revealed

Jeep has officially revealed the much-awaited Commander, which will start selling the Commander in the Brazilian market later this year. The car will be launched in India in the middle of 2022.

Even though the Commander is based on the Jeep Compass the car also has quite a few differences as well. The commander was spotted on Indian roads for a while now.

left-hand driven Jeep Commander will be manufactured in Goiana, Brazil. Whereas the Indian plant located in Ranjangaon in Maharashtra will be used to manufacture the right-hand-drive version. The cars manufactured in India and Brazil will be exported to global markets as well.

Similar yet quite different from Compass

The Commander is also bigger than the Compass in size. Commander measures 4,769mm in length, 1,859mm in width, and 1,682mm in height. The Commander is 364mm longer, 41mm wider, and 42mm higher than the Compass. 

Similar to Compass, the Commander will come with a 10.25-inch infotainment system. The system will come with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. It also is adorned with Alexa virtual assistant.

The driver and co-driver seats are electrically adjustable. On the safety front, the car gets seven airbags, adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking system, lane keep assist, and more.

The Commander will come 2.0-liter diesel engine that generates a maximum power of 170 PS and a peak torque of 380 Nm. The power generated is similar to the engine of the Jeep Compass but the torque is higher by 30 Nm. The Commander gets a 9-speed automatic transmission and an all-wheel-drive system as well. The Indian variant is likely to get the 1.4-liter turbocharged petrol engine as well.

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