Jeep's Small SUV Reportedly Delayed until 2014 as Fiat Concentrates on Sedici's Successor

Another day, another product launch pushed back for the Fiat-Chrysler alliance – or so a report from Autonews Europe claims. This time it's Jeep's small crossover, which we only know by its codename B-SUV.
The Jeep model, which will be smaller than the Compass and Patriot, was supposed to enter production at Fiat's Mirafiori plant in Turin, Italy, next year, but now its introduction has been delayed for the second quarter of 2014.
The Italian company reportedly made the decision in order to concentrate on the presentation of its own Fiat-branded version that will replace the Suzuki SX-4-based Sedici, which is built by the Japanese carmaker in Hungary.

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