Monthly and annual sales figures for the Jeep Grand Commander in China.
The Grand Commander is a China-only 7-seat SUV that competes with cars like the Ford Edge, Toyota Highlander and Volkswagen Teramont. Prices run from 279.800 yuan (US$ 43,500 / €37.500) to 409.800 yuan (US$ 63,800 / €55.000). It is powered by a 2-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder petrol engine in two configurations: 234hp or 265hp, both mated to a 9-speed automatic. A V6 is not available, which may hurt its chances in China. However, a plug-in hybrid version is scheduled to launch in 2019, which combines the high output 2.0 with an electric motor.
Car sales statistics from China only include domestic production and exclude imported models.
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