Jeep's Mini-Cherokee Subcompact to be Unveiled in Geneva, Built in Italy

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The Fiat-based crossover will be available as a 2015 model, competing against Mini Countryman and Buick Encore.

Jeep has confirmed that its 2015 Fiat-designed subcompact crossover will be displayed at the upcoming Geneva Motor Show. While it will be built by Fiat, Jeep CEO Mike Manley promises off-road "capability that is true Jeep". The "Jeepster" will be positioned below the Patriot and Compass, competing against entries from Buick and Mini. The little Jeep will share a platform with the Fiat 500L, and both will be built in Turin. Expect the Jeepster in showrooms late 2014.

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