Spied – Jeep Wranglers and Grand Cherokee caught at a service station in Chennai

Posted on: Jul 17, 2013 - 3:09pm IST

The Jeep Wrangler and the Jeep Grand Cherokee would kick start the American brand’s Indian debut, which would take place sometime during the festive season (October).

Jeep Wrangler spied in India Unlimited

Here are a whole bunch of images which were snapped by Team Fiat members ‘naveen2cool’ and ‘DRIV3R’. The Jeeps seem to be undergoing a maintenance check/service at the local Fiat service station in Chennai.

The members also report that the prototypes had a GPS and a system that analyzed various parameters. The Wrangler Unlimited is a diesel version while the Wrangler Sport is a petrol.

2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee spied in India

Further, we also see that the 2011 Grand Cherokee continues to test alongside the 2014 Grand Cherokee. For reference purposes, the 2014 Grand Cherokee is MH 12 JZ 5089 while the 2011 MY is MH 12 JM 9248. Fiat India’s MD, Mr. Nagesh Basavanhalli, confirmed to us that they would only bring the latest products into India. As a result, expect the 2014 MY Grand Cherokee to be launched here.

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee spied in India interior

Jeep would commence sales in the 10 biggest Indian cities and would have its own dedicated showrooms. Initially, the Jeeps could be brought in as CBUs with the company taking a call on local CKD assembly later on.

2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee spied in India front

Expect a price tag of about INR 20 lakhs upwards for the Wrangler and about INR 45-50 lakhs for the Grand Cherokee.

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[Images from Team Fiat]

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4 thoughts on “Spied – Jeep Wranglers and Grand Cherokee caught at a service station in Chennai

  1. govind dessai says:

    i saw jeep in us and all and i like it very much, but price is very high for jeep wrengler. Us its cheaper.

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  2. Dr. Nayak says:

    Are you living in the Ivory tower? Just look at your local Sunday newspaper! You must be connected to either Dodge/Jeep.

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  3. Dr. Nayak says:

    Who wants to buy these poorly built, poor quality vehicles at exorbitant price? They can’t sell these gas guzzlers in USA at $5000 to 6000 discount of MSRP.

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    1. Jake Blue says:

      Are you kidding? These two models don’t stay on the showroom floors! If anything, these two models have sticker price premiums applied to them and excluded from brand-wide discounts and incentives. As for the quality, there is not a vehicle built in the USA that lasts as long, offers as much resale value or has as much brand loyalty as the Jeep brand. So if India doesn’t want them, there’s more than enough market for them right here at home!

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