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The New Jeep Grand Cherokee Will Be Produced Much Later

The New Jeep Grand Cherokee Will Be Produced Much Later

The redesigned Jeep Grand Cherokee won’t be introduced in 2017 as it was initially planned. Instead, automobilists all over the world have to wait for the modified SUV until 2018 or even 2019 although the next year another updated Grand Cherokee’s going to be launched as celebration of the brand’s 75th anniversary.

At the same time, the automaker doesn’t refuse its plans to sell 1.9 million of the brand cars by 2018, reports Jeep CEO Mike Manley. He’s also sure that despite the delay, the new version of the SUV remains among the most expected models so far.

Manley didn’t define the reason that had pushed the company to such a radical decision. It’s become known that Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, the parent company of Jeep and some others, delays not only the Grand Cherokee but also other vehicles planned to be produced over the next four years.

Meanwhile, FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne unveils the new Alfa Romeo Giulia designed with a purpose to revive the brand. Marchionne’s going to appropriate €5 billion for development of the new sedan and crossovers by 2018.

The reason for the delay must be obvious. However, Manley affirms the new Alfa Romeo is manufactured not at the cost of other vehicles.

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