7-Seater upcoming Jeep commander test mule spied ahead of its launch; upon the launch, it will rival Toyota Fortuner in India.
- Jeep commander Spied ahead of its official debut
- Jeep grand commander continues to powered with 2.0 Litre diesel engine in a slight tuned form
- Upon the launch it will rival with Toyota Fortuner, MG Gloster, Ford Endeavour, Mahindra Alturas G4, and Isuzu MU-X
The upcoming three-row Jeep Grand commander borrow the design inspiration from the 5-seater Jeep compass, and now it has been completely leaked online in the Chinese market. Jeep Commander will be offered with multiple engine options – a plug-in hybrid, diesel, and petrol. The exterior design is inspired by Compass with slight changes to make it a 2-row SUV to 3-row SUV. The updates have been made to the front and rear bumpers to improve its road presence. Although, for the Chinese market different added accessories package is been made from front to rear.
The packages include different bumpers, fog lamps design, and so on. The Jeep Grand commander measures, 4895 mm in length, 1896 mm in width, and 1754 mm tall. At the rear part changes are, New LED taillamps, GRAND COMMANDER lettering on the tailgate, and so on. In the PHEV models, the letter ‘e’ will be replacing the old PHEV logo. Jeep grand commander continues to powered by a 2.0 Litre fur cylinder gasoline engine in a little tuned form for better low-end torque to compensate for the extra 3-row weight, and paired with a 9-speed automatic transmission system.
While, the plug-in hybrid version added with a single electric motor, which additionally kicks out 227 HP of maximum power, along with an optional 4WD configuration for Top-end trims. The Front fascia of Commander features old Sharp LED headlamps, LED DRLs, black roof rails, blackened B- and C- pillars, and so on. The Jeep Grand commander likely to be launch next year, as the brand already released a teaser video a few weeks back. Upon the launch the SUV goes up against, segment king Fortuner, MG Gloster, Ford Endeavour, Isuzu MU-X, and Mahindra Alturas G4.