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2018 Jeep Grand Commander revealed in patent sketches

The design of the new Jeep Grand Commander has been outed ahead of the car’s debut next year in China. Autohome has published filings made by Fiat Chrysler with China’s State Trademark Office. Among the documents lodged with the body include diagrams showing the design of a new seven-seat Jeep model, as well as registration […]
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