Although there is still some time before Jeep launches the new Grand Commander in China, the brand has announced the prices for the seven-seater model. To be launched in April, the family SUV will be sold at prices ranging between 239,900 (Rs 24.48 lakhs) and 330,800 yuan (Rs 33.47 lakhs).
The Grand Commander will be sold in three familiar trim levels including Summit, Longitude, and Limited. In terms of appearance, it borrows plenty of design cues from other Jeep models including the Compass and the Cherokee. It will be powered by a 2-litre motor that’s currently offered in the China-spec Wrangler. There will be two versions of this motor – 234bhp and 265bhp.
The new Jeep Grand Commander will make its public debut at the Beijing Auto Show in April. It will be made under the Guangzhou-Fiat joint venture. When launched, it will be positioned above the locally made Cherokee.