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Jeep to try again Down Under

by David Zatz on

According to CarAdvice, Jeep is preparing a second attack on Australia, after selling over 30,000 cars there in 2014 and then seeing sales fall year after year; this year, the number’s unlikely to reach 9,000.  Land Rover has actually beaten Jeep by a good margin.

In the last few years, according to the article, FCA worked on building up its sales and support systems; they also added a transferable five year warranty with lifetime roadside assistance.

Australians will see a wide range of Jeeps, including the Renegade, Compass, Cherokee, Wrangler, Scrambler/Wrangler pickup, and Grand Cherokee.

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