Jeep has risen to become FCA’s best-selling brand in North America but the automaker isn’t quite done yet – market analysts suggest that Jeep is merely warming up and there’ll soon be more offerings from the brand, as reported by Auto Week.
There’s no doubt that Jeep has been recording strong sales despite Jeep’s North American sales dropping in the last quarter of 2016. The brand still managed to close the year with a US record of almost a million sales.
Although the all new Compass isn’t flawless, it is still way better than the previous Compass/Patriot and now, it even sits well among mainstream compacts such as the Ford Escape and Hyundai Tucson.
And, some time by summer this year, we should be able to see an all-new Wrangler along with a range-topping Grand Cherokee. There is also an exclusive China model in 2018, a midsize pickup for 2019 along with new Wagoneers and Grand Wagoneers by 2020.
It’s evident that Jeep is going ahead with more new models; so, we should expect more Jeep nameplates to be introduced or revived from the past beyond these models after 2020.