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Jeep has revealed images of the seven-seat Grand Commander SUV, carving out a niche above the Grand Cherokee in size if not in price or performance.
FCA US recorded a 17th consecutive month of declining sales in January, falling 13 percent to 132,803 vehicles.
Jeep's global vehicle sales fell nearly 1 percent last year and are likely to miss a 2 million target set for this year, denting plans to make the brand a global powerhouse.
Auto supplier Hyundai Mobis North America filed a notice with Ohio officials that indicates production of the current Jeep Wrangler, widely known by the two-letter code JK, will cease in early April.
Jeep is looking "very closely" at a possible vehicle smaller than its Renegade, the brand's boss Mike Manley said. A decision on the project could come in June.
Jeep's global vehicle sales fell 1 percent last year and the brand is likely to miss its 2 million target this year, denting Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne's ambition to make the brand a global powerhouse.
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While other mainstream auto brands head for sliding United States demand this year, Jeep is rolling out new models to buck the trend and bring 16 straight months of sales declines to an end.
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Jeep's midsize SUV, the Cherokee, gets a new turbocharged 2.0-liter inline-four engine, a new face and a number of fixes as part of an extensive freshening for the 2019 model year.
FCA US extended its losing streak to a 16th consecutive month in December as sales fell 11 percent to 171,946 vehicles. Just 12 percent of FCA's deliveries went to fleets.
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