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First Jeep® Compass Rolls Off Assembly Line in Ranjangaon, India!

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  1. redriderbob

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    Full Press Release on Indian Compass launch!

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    First Jeep® Compass Rolls Off Assembly Line in Ranjangaon, India

    • First Indian-produced Jeep® Compass rolls off manufacturing line at FCA’s Ranjangaon Joint Venture (JV) plant, near Pune city
    • Ranjangaon plant adopts World Class Manufacturing (WCM) system to bring Indian and international consumers world-class quality vehicles
    • Plant celebration marks the first right-hand-drive production of the all-new Jeep Compass; vehicles destined for right-hand-drive markets across the globe
    June 1, 2017 , Pune, India - Jeep® Compass, the first locally-produced sport-utility vehicle (SUV) of Fiat India Automobiles Private Limited (FIAPL) and Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA), officially rolled off the assembly line today at the company’s Ranjangaon plant.

    The start of production sees India joining China, Brazil and Mexico as a manufacturing and export hub for the Jeep Compass, the most capable compact SUV ever. Ranjangaon will be the sole export facility for right-hand-drive (RHD) markets across the globe.

    Senior government officials and company leaders attended the roll-off ceremony, including Shri Devendra Fadnavis, Honourable Chief Minister, Government of Maharashtra; Paul Alcala, FCA’s Chief Operating Officer (COO) of the APAC region, non-China; Kevin Flynn, President and Managing Director of FCA India; Gurpratap Boparai, CEO of FIAPL and Shri Girish Bapat, Guardian Minister of Pune.

    “The establishment of manufacturing operations and start of production of the Jeep Compass is an important milestone for our journey in India,” said Paul Alcala. “The Compass will be the first ‘Made in India’ Jeep vehicle, and we are appreciative of the Government’s efforts to make India a desirable manufacturing destination for multi-national organizations, such as ours. With the start of production and an investment of US$280 million in the Jeep Compass localization, we are reaffirming our commitment to Indian consumers and our long-term presence in the country.”

    Like other FCA facilities around the world, the Ranjangaon plant is implementing World Class Manufacturing (WCM), a structured and rigorous production system that encompasses all plant processes. It focuses on eliminating waste, increasing productivity and improving quality and safety in a systematic and organized way. Plant employees are engaged to provide and implement suggestions on how to improve their jobs and their facilities, promoting a strong sense of ownership. Using a common production language, best practices and know-how can be exchanged and shared across the Company’s global manufacturing footprint, thus accelerating the rate of improvement at all facilities.

    “To be part of the development of Jeep Compass and witness its roll out for the first time brings us a great sense of accomplishment and satisfaction,” said Gurpratap Boparai. “The build quality we have achieved in the development stage of the Compass is truly world class and is an example of superior technological and manufacturing excellence. We are immensely proud that Indian customers can soon own a locally-made Jeep SUV that is built to the highest quality standards.”

    The Jeep Compass will be in full production in July and vehicles are expected to arrive at Indian dealerships during the third quarter of 2017 in three variants: Sport, Longitude and Limited.

    Locally, the Compass will come equipped with various combinations of diesel and petrol engines paired with manual and automatic transmissions, offering customers over 50 trim configurations and value packages.

    By the end of 2017, the Jeep brand’s portfolio in India will consist of three new models. The locally-produced Jeep Compass will join the iconic Jeep Wrangler and the world’s most awarded SUV, the Jeep Grand Cherokee.

    Shipping for RHD markets outside India will start in the last quarter of 2017.

    FCA Media
     
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    This jv plant and company (the retail sales and service companies in india for fca are seperate, as is Magneti marelli, a large operator in the Indian auto sector supplying the market boss, Suzuki, and others besides with their lighting and automated-manual gearboxes, etc) is set fair for a fantastic operational and financial performance.

    Alongside the Compass are already built 2 tata small cars. A small Tata cuv built here in launching soon, it will assuredly see heafty-enough sales. Tata Motors in India is investing hugely, playing catchup to the market near-oligopolists here (India is about a 3million very very afforable car type market, with a growing, near global-standard upper-end segment, where the Compass fits in), marutiSuzuki and Hyundai.

    Then in 2018 and 2019: there will be, with pretty assured sales levels imo, 2 all-new tata-brand larger suv-s, one 5-seat about the size of the Compass, the other a larger 7-seater, AND at least one more JEEP, likely the 'project 526' sub-renegade emerging-markets-mainly b-suv, based apparently on the just-launched FIAT Argo 'platform', one that this plant and the supplier-base is already primed for since it is based (heavy evolution) on in-current-production-here FIAT Punto, Linea and Avventura.

    These JEEPs are mainly or rather, as much, for rhd exports: it is the go-to plant for all rhd markets for the new fca-era smaller Jeeps (to the uk, japan, australia+NZ, s africa, thailand, indonesia), first the new Compass, then either the Renegade (early-2019) and/or the 'project 526' other sub-renegade small Jeep b-suv.

    rhd markets have always been very very difficult for both the old FIAT Group and the former Chrysler. Plus there now is the problem of a strong us$, and a weakened uk pound+aussie$ too due to BREXIT, and the commodity prices global relative-bust, ultra-cheapened yen and won, etc. That is now going to change, thanks to the JEEP branded India-manufactured new smaller, global 'softer' JEEPs.

    As of now, there is little reliable confidence that there will foreseeably be any further FIAT brand models built here again, for years out at least.

    Sad, because the FIAT brand is literally the oldest mnc car brand in poor ol' India, locally-made, unless we want to count Mahindra 'Jeep'-s, that is, which are not-much younger than the original Willy's: continuously since around 1946/47, i.e., end of ww2 in which india was so central to the 'allies' nevermind that the British Empire was simultaneously being 'run out' of here (to use an expression from the only sport Indians adore: (english? not anymore!) cricket!
     
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    As in China, also in India is offered a version with 7 speed dual clutch transaxle (C725).
    Will the C725 paired with 1.4 gasoline engine only for FWD or also for AWD ?
     
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    They have not revealed that yet. Likely not: 4x4 demand will not be large in india (unlike the exported-from-here ones?), and will likely imo be offered only with the 2 liter mjd2 diesel manual (and 9-speed a little later.) No TrailHawk bothered with for India, as yet, though they will be made here for exports.

    India is still a very diesel biased market, especially for cuv-s, suv-s and any premiumly-priced models, including German or JLR luxe ones. That has changed in the more mass market hatch and sedan (small) segments. JEEP and fca has bet on this skew which is why the 2liter diesel has been localized and will be offered, among others(?), to both Tata and Suzuki for their larger upcoming cuv/suv-s, plus India moves to euro6/"BS6" fuel quality and emissions standards in around 2020. FCA is the only firm to have a cost competitive larger diesel ready for that, due to localization (tariffs are VERY high in India.)

    If small diesels are gone from europe come around 2020 on FIATs and small Jeeps there and the 2 liter diesels on them also prove cost-prohibitive, i wonder whether India will then (2020+ at some soon after point) be the sole location where these are made and exported from by fca? While the European engine making capacities shift over to completely to the new gse, gme and the new premium-car/suv (Alfa, Jeep) 2.2 diesels, etc? Would you know? thanks

    @MJAB
     
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    The diesel engines in Europe are made in two plant: 1.3 in Tychy plant (Poland) and 1.6, 2.0 and 2.2 (two versions, one with cast iron block and another with aluminium alloy block) in FMA plant (Pratola Serra, Italy).
    1.6, 2.0 and 2.2 are part of a modular family of engines (diesel and gasoline) whose production started in 1994.
    Family B = 4 cylinders and family C = 5 cylinders.
    The engines manufactured today are the 1.6 (1598 cc), 2.0 (1956 cc) and 2.2 (2184 cc for chast iron versions and 2143 for aluminium alloy block version) whose bore are 82 mm, 83 mm and 83.8 mm (cast iron block) and 83 mm (aluminium alloy block).

    So they could do also the 2.2 in India, but also the 1.6 (or have already started to do it in indian plant?).
    I don't know if the 2.0 in India use Multijet or Multijet II, which differe by the different injection system.
    What is sure is that Bosch already forecasts cuts for the personnel in its plant in Bari (Italy), about 850 persons on a total of less than 1900, where are manufactured diesel high pressure pumps and other components.
     
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    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o46URwhBrS4


    The very first video review from Autocar india for the India-made new Compass.

    Some marketing videos released by fca india for the Jeep. For once: they're displayig the marketing and 'public relations' intelligent 'firepower' that is needed evermore in india, as elsewhere, but especially here since 3 firms dominate this large market to a uniquely-in-the-entire-automotive-world concentrated degree, and since FIAT's history here had been hitherto chequered (dealers repeatedly/often proving unviable, of late, etc):


    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLpZ0ZsmNss



    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2pDYpahl5aY


    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JMuXcLA_bs

    There are all-new and current-FIAT-ones-being-upgraded currently for the full launch in a month or three.

    Meanwhile the new, recent investment-in-factory etc, 280million$ worth, seems hardly based for business rationale on india sales but, instead, on rhd exports of the 2/3 Jeeps to be locally manufactured here, and on the considerable sharing of powertrains etc with the new Tata models also rolling out soon enough alongside the Jeeps from the fca-tata jv plant (it is managed entirely by fca, though, and has seen a 'wcm' revamp with the new Jeep investments.
     
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    View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1h1EUuOiW68


    This emphatic review, partly off-road in a coastal widlife sanctuary during the ongoing Monsoon rains in Goa, India, is by a former woman rally driver and champion here, a bit of a 'doyenne' of car reviews in India from Autocar India, NOT at all known for ever indulging FCA's FIAT models in the past in her reviews (for whatever er 'reasons' or commercial 'causes'.
     
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    An update on the Jeep Compass launch which is also sort-of a whole-brand launch not to mention new dealers+upgraded-previously-FIAT-only-dealer network launch.

    The launch is going much better than expected. FCA has accumulated a surprisingly large number of first-off bookings/pre-orders. As many as 3000-4000 (and counting) word-of-market-mouth has it.

    And this: WITHOUT either pricing or test-drives available yet!

    Kudos, especially, to the really swell and yet 'authentic' pre-launch PR and marketing+educating-about-JEEP campaign ('jeep' was hitherto just a common noun for any suv, esp for mahindra's, which was an early assembler then manufacturer of the Willy's back in the late 1940's, early 50's.)

    I do realize this may be of low to no interest on allpar. Still. If only to share the tremendous excitement fca/jeep have surprisingly managed to create in the marketplace here with a (for India) very very pioneering locally-made, full-global-quality-and-engineering/build-standards model. Including my own. I have not yet booked/ordered our Compass: that will happen in early-mid 2018, as our family-financial ducks get aligned!

    The Indian plant at Ranjangaon, a jv one with Tata Motors, which also has a small suv launching alongside the Jeep made at the plant, then 2 more locally-made Jeeps by 2019-2020, and 2 more bigger Tata-brand suv-s in 2018 then 2019, is THE right-hand-drive markets export hub for the Compass, and likely for one or two other models in 2019+. Markets such as: Japan, Australia+NZ, the 'U'K, Ireland, South Africa, Thailand, etc.

    If this launch does indeed go as well as it seems to've thus far: fca is on to a great, sizeable-with-large-growth thing here with their Indian operations+the exports+the jv business+the large and growing Magneti Marelli business. India remains a large and likely quite growth-ful 'white space' market for most firms barring the 2 dominant oligopolistic ones (Suzuki, Hyundai-(soon)Kia, plus Toyota plus Mahindra), not least for fca.

    Sadly, no word yet on whether they will or not shut down the FIAT brand in India altogether. They likely will, if the Jeep-brand-dealer-launches are successful-enough? BUT official word on that will, it seems, come only way after the de facto reality, i.e., not now but say in 2019/2020, when the 1 or 2 other localized Jeep small-suv-s launch.

    so then: cheers?!
     
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    They were late to get into China, but the time is just right to become a solid player in India. I hope that the Compass is a success there.
    And I heard rumors that the Fiat Argo was going to be launched in India as well? So there may be hope for the Fiat brand there. I hope they don't let this opportunity pass them by.
     
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    Jeep has been marketing the heck of the Compass in China for well over five months now well before the launch.
     
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    It seems to be cannibalizing sales in China of the Cherokee and the Renegade, though (july sales numbers.) Of course, net-net: a large sales increase for the brand overall, still. The marketplace for cuv/suv-s in China is also getting to be even more competitive, so Jeep's growth is likely to be lower than their best hopes, their targets or even expectations, and/or margins much tighter.

    btw, there is a rumour (but claimed to be sourced and confirmed) that the Jeep emerging-markets b-suv ('project 515'), related to the Brazilian (+was also meant to be Indian in rhd format) FIAT Argo and x6s has been cancelled, for brand equity preserving/enhancement and cost reasons, with presumably only the FIAT cuv avatar (x6u) appearing in latam.

    The word in India though remains that the '515' b-Jeep is likely on for India and elsewhere in Asia (exported from here, come 2020?), following the likely launch of the locally made and rhd-exported Renegade here in 2019. So say reports from very credible business and automotive-business media houses.

    If FCA India proceeds like fca Brazil in offering no Jeep smaller and cheaper than the Renegade (in some adjusted form), well then hopefully it means that FCA will, after all, launch the all-new FIATs from Brazil (x6u, x6s, Argo) here after all, say post-2020, once the Jeep launches and new dealers etc are successful as i believe they will (going by evidence so far.) Because there is no way the Jeep brand will suffice, if they refuse to take it into the more-mass-market end of this large market.

    btw, here is the new Tata b-cuv built alongside the new Jeep Compass at the jv plant, and launching at this very time. The JV plant is getting busy indeed, huge 'operating leverage', bumpup in capacity utilization at the wcm and managed and tech-ed by FCA 50-50 jv plant! It most likely has a lot in common with the current Indian Fiat Punto/Linea/Avventura (platform, perhaps even the 'new' supposedly Tata-developed small 1.5-for-taxation-reasons diesel engine) and by extension the new Brazilian Argo, x6s, x6u platitecture. Notice the several Jeep Compasses parked in the rear, right of the image below:

    https://auto.ndtv.com/news/first-batch-of-new-tata-nexon-suv-rolls-out-of-ranjangaon-plant-1727169
     
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    It seems to be cannibalizing sales in China of the Cherokee and the Renegade, though (july sales numbers.) Of course, net-net: a large sales increase for the brand overall, still. The marketplace for cuv/suv-s in China is also getting to be even more competitive, so Jeep's growth is likely to be lower than their best hopes, their targets or even expectations, and/or margins much tighter.

    btw, there is a rumour (but claimed to be sourced and confirmed) that the Jeep emerging-markets b-suv ('project 515'), related to the Brazilian (+was also meant to be Indian in rhd format) FIAT Argo and x6s has been cancelled, for brand equity preserving/enhancement and cost reasons, with presumably only the FIAT cuv avatar (x6u) appearing in latam.

    The word in India though remains that the '515' b-Jeep is likely on for India and elsewhere in Asia (exported from here, come 2020?), following the likely launch of the locally made and rhd-exported Renegade here in 2019. So say reports from very credible business and automotive-business media houses.

    If FCA India proceeds like fca Brazil in offering no Jeep smaller and cheaper than the Renegade (in some adjusted form), well then hopefully it means that FCA will, after all, launch the all-new FIATs from Brazil (x6u, x6s, Argo) here after all, say post-2020, once the Jeep launches and new dealers etc are successful as i believe they will (going by evidence so far.) Because there is no way the Jeep brand will suffice, if they refuse to take it into the more-mass-market end of this large market.

    btw, here is the new Tata b-cuv built alongside the new Jeep Compass at the jv plant, and launching at this very time. The JV plant is getting busy indeed, huge 'operating leverage', bumpup in capacity utilization at the wcm and managed and tech-ed by FCA 50-50 jv plant! It most likely has a lot in common with the current Indian Fiat Punto/Linea/Avventura (platform, perhaps even the 'new' supposedly Tata-developed small diesel engine) and by extension the new Brazilian Argo, x6s, x6u platitecture. Notice the several Jeep Compasses parked in the rear, right of the image below:

    https://auto.ndtv.com/news/first-batch-of-new-tata-nexon-suv-rolls-out-of-ranjangaon-plant-1727169
     
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    It seems to be cannibalizing sales in China of the Cherokee and the Renegade, though (july sales numbers.) Of course, net-net: a large sales increase for the brand overall, still. The marketplace for cuv/suv-s in China is also getting to be even more competitive, so Jeep's growth is likely to be lower than their best hopes, their targets or even expectations, and/or margins much tighter.

    btw, there is a rumour (but claimed to be sourced and confirmed) that the Jeep emerging-markets b-suv ('project 515'), related to the Brazilian (+was also meant to be Indian in rhd format) FIAT Argo and x6s has been cancelled, for brand equity preserving/enhancement and cost reasons, with presumably only the FIAT cuv avatar (x6u) appearing in latam.

    The word in India though remains that the '515' b-Jeep is likely on for India and elsewhere in Asia (exported from here, come 2020?), following the likely launch of the locally made and rhd-exported Renegade here in 2019. So say reports from very credible business and automotive-business media houses.

    If FCA India proceeds like fca Brazil in offering no Jeep smaller and cheaper than the Renegade (in some adjusted form), well then hopefully it means that FCA will, after all, launch the all-new FIATs from Brazil (x6u, x6s, Argo) here after all, say post-2020, once the Jeep launches and new dealers etc are successful as i believe they will (going by evidence so far.) Because there is no way the Jeep brand will suffice, if they refuse to take it into the more-mass-market end of this large market.

    btw, here is the new Tata b-cuv built alongside the new Jeep Compass at the jv plant, and launching at this very time. The JV plant is getting busy indeed, huge 'operating leverage', bumpup in capacity utilization at the wcm and managed and tech-ed by FCA 50-50 jv plant! It most likely has a lot in common with the current Indian Fiat Punto/Linea/Avventura (platform, perhaps even the 'new' supposedly Tata-developed small diesel engine) and by extension the new Brazilian Argo, x6s, x6u platitecture. Notice the several Jeep Compasses parked in the rear, right of the image below:

    https://auto.ndtv.com/news/first-batch-of-new-tata-nexon-suv-rolls-out-of-ranjangaon-plant-1727169
     
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    I hope they bring the Argo faster to India than in 2020. The Fiat Punto over there is in desperate need of replacement.
    And I think that when they release a successor to the Panda, they should also manufacture it and sell it in India.
     
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    Apologies for the treble-post: internet connectivity-to-allpar issue, it was.
     
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    Jeep Compass pricing announced today. Awesomely 'aggressive' (due to high localization, of esp the 2liter multijet diesel powetrain) pricing WITHOUT the slightest compromise in quality, build or fit-and-finish or safety etc relative to the models being built here for the 'developed' markets like right-hand-drive UK, Japan and Australia+NewZealand, etc. Or to the models being built at Pernambuco brazil or Toluca Mexico or Guangzhou China (for usa, latam, china and europe.)

    THey have 5000 pre-booking/pre-orders, now destined to SOAR since the prices just announced are EVEN lower than the most abusive "Jeep is just a glorified old Mahindra Willy's" critic in India (of which there were far more than there were any readymade Jeep fans) might've expected.

    Dozens of new dealerships. MOPAR-branded service and spares. ALL being very well-recieved by all who've visited, examined, studied.

    They will, it seems, exceed their better hopes for Indian sales, and could have a difficult time coping with the intense busy-ness of the Ranjangaon plant (50-50 jv with Tata), since tata is also just launching a b-cuv built there, and there are the large, assured export orders for the Compass-launching-soon in Australia, the Uk and Japan, plus S Africa, thailand, Sri Lanka, etc.

    As a longtime observer of first FIAT and now FCA in India as well as of how the market bosses (Suzuki, Hyundai and Mahindra) here, near-oligopolists, have sidelined a now-quit-and-run GM, and a very loss-making-in-India FORD, not to mention VW+Skoda and indeed even mighty-in-Asia Toyota+Nissan:

    FCA have done an aboslutely, unprecedentedly GREAT job launching the Jeep brand, educating and mobilizing folks here about it, and seizing such momentum in a booming (global) segment from them. Unheard-of in India: succeeding like this if you are not Suzuki or Hyundai or say Mercedes.

    Unlike Ford, GM, VW group, Toyota or Renault-Nissan fca is already profitable in India. The launch of the Jeep brand and dealerships etc and the Compass is going to ensure it will stay that way and improve much further, especially since there are also large exports from here of thes new cheaper, more global Jeeps, and FCA is supplying new engines, transmissions and lighting (MM) etc etc to some of the big mass market brands here too. India is a near-on 3million strong marketplace, so THIS is not insignificant financially for fca.

    And if this is sustained will be the first real breakthrough in a large 'emerging market' for either the former FIAT Group or the former Chrysler Corp since FIAT's early-mover successes in Brazil (FCA is still tiny even in china which is in some ways not an emerging market at all anymore, more like an increasingly 'dominant' one......)

    With India (and China?) as export-base: FCA can start to capture good margin and good-quality sales and marketshare in the rest of 'Asia' too, an imperative given how large these markets are, how dominated by East Asian firms, and how economically stable and buoyant they tend to be in-and-through global slowdowns/recessions/crises.
     
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    Be best move was not share dealership as was done in the past for Fiat with Tata.
     
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    I'm happy to hear the launch of Jeep in India is going so well.:) I hope the positive attributes of the launch will spread to the rest of the company...
     
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