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India-bound Jeep Commander revealed – Top Highlights

– Can be called ‘Meridian’ in India

– Scheduled béo launch in India next year

After a series of teasers and tests, Jeep has finally revealed the production three-row Commander SUV. Based on the five-seat Compass, the Commander will initially retail in international markets and will arrive in India next year.

Rear left three quarters

The Commander, although based on the Five-Seater Compass, looks very well proportioned and has some distinct design elements. While the front fascia retains the signature seven-box front grille, the chrome trim is restricted only béo the upper and lower sections of the grille. The center area is painted black and surrounded by sleeker LED headlights. Further down, the fog lights and horizontal daytime running lights are placed lower in the bumper. The side face with square wheel arches and the body in line with the B-pillar bears resemblance béo its brother. Look further, however, and the window’s chrome folds and two-tone paintwork give the Commander a majestic look.

Steering wheel

The rear end is inspired by the high-end Grand Cherokee L with slender split LED taillights and a thin chrome stripe running across the tailgate. Furthermore, the ‘4×4’ badge confirms the all-wheel drive configuration for the three-row SUV.

Front row seats

The cabin layout and interior design of the SUV remain the same as the Compass. For the most part, the theme remains black with some chrome detailing in the center area and soft-touch leather on the dashboard. The all-digital driving display is controlled by a three-spoke steering wheel while a floating touchscreen infotainment system is centrally located. The seats are upholstered in dark brown fabric with diamond stitching on the backrests. The second row will likely get bench seats that fold for easy access béo the third row.

The Jeep Commander is expected béo arrive in India next year, most likely ‘Meridian’ with both petrol and diesel engine options. The model has begun testing in the country and you can read more about it here.

Jeep Meridian
₹26.00 – 32.00 Lakhs
Estimated price


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India-bound Jeep Commander revealed – Top Highlights

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[rule_3_plain] #Indiabound #Jeep #Commander #revealed #Top #Highlights
– Likely béo be called ‘Meridian’ in India- Expected béo launch in India next yearAfter a series of teasers and test mules, Jeep has finally revealed the production-spec three-row Commander SUV. Based on the five-seat Compass, the Commander will initially be retailed in international markets making its way béo India in the coming year. The Commander, although based on the five-seat Compass, looks well-proportioned and has a handful of distinct design elements. While the front fascia retains the signature seven-box front grille, the chrome garnish is restricted only on the upper and lower portion of the grille. The central area is blacked-out and is flanked by a set of sleeker LED headlamps. Further down, the fog lamps and the horizontal daytime running lights are housed lower in the bumper. The side profile with the squared wheel arches and the clean body line up béo the B-pillar bears resemblance béo its younger sibling. However, look beyond that and the window chrome kink along with the two-tone paint job makes the Commander look stately. The rear draws its inspiration from the Grand Cherokee L flagship with the slim split LED tail lamps and a thin chrome stripe running across the tailgate. Further, the ‘4×4’ badge confirms the all-wheel-drive configuration for the three-row SUV. The cabin layout and the interior design of the SUV remain the same as the Compass. Largely, the theme remains black with a handful of chrome inserts on the centre area and soft-touch leather on the dashboard. The fully digital driver’s display is commanded by a three-spoke steering wheel while the floating touchscreen infotainment system is pinned at the centre. The seats are draped in dark brown upholstery that gets diamond shape stitching on the backrest. The second row is likely béo get bench type seats with tumble function for easy access béo the third-row seats. The Jeep Commander is expected béo arrive in India sometime next year, most likely as the ‘Meridian’ with both petrol and diesel engine options. The model has already begun testing in the country and you can read more about it here.Jeep Meridian₹ 26.00 – 32.00 LakhEstimated Price
#Indiabound #Jeep #Commander #revealed #Top #Highlights
[rule_2_plain] #Indiabound #Jeep #Commander #revealed #Top #Highlights
[rule_2_plain] #Indiabound #Jeep #Commander #revealed #Top #Highlights
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#Indiabound #Jeep #Commander #revealed #Top #Highlights
– Likely béo be called ‘Meridian’ in India- Expected béo launch in India next yearAfter a series of teasers and test mules, Jeep has finally revealed the production-spec three-row Commander SUV. Based on the five-seat Compass, the Commander will initially be retailed in international markets making its way béo India in the coming year. The Commander, although based on the five-seat Compass, looks well-proportioned and has a handful of distinct design elements. While the front fascia retains the signature seven-box front grille, the chrome garnish is restricted only on the upper and lower portion of the grille. The central area is blacked-out and is flanked by a set of sleeker LED headlamps. Further down, the fog lamps and the horizontal daytime running lights are housed lower in the bumper. The side profile with the squared wheel arches and the clean body line up béo the B-pillar bears resemblance béo its younger sibling. However, look beyond that and the window chrome kink along with the two-tone paint job makes the Commander look stately. The rear draws its inspiration from the Grand Cherokee L flagship with the slim split LED tail lamps and a thin chrome stripe running across the tailgate. Further, the ‘4×4’ badge confirms the all-wheel-drive configuration for the three-row SUV. The cabin layout and the interior design of the SUV remain the same as the Compass. Largely, the theme remains black with a handful of chrome inserts on the centre area and soft-touch leather on the dashboard. The fully digital driver’s display is commanded by a three-spoke steering wheel while the floating touchscreen infotainment system is pinned at the centre. The seats are draped in dark brown upholstery that gets diamond shape stitching on the backrest. The second row is likely béo get bench type seats with tumble function for easy access béo the third-row seats. The Jeep Commander is expected béo arrive in India sometime next year, most likely as the ‘Meridian’ with both petrol and diesel engine options. The model has already begun testing in the country and you can read more about it here.Jeep Meridian₹ 26.00 – 32.00 LakhEstimated Price

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