Jeep is now planning to start selling a new, lower-priced version of its popular SUV, the XS90, in the United States, the company announced on Wednesday.
The Jeep brand had not said how much the XB90 would cost.
The new model, called the XX60, will start shipping in the fall and will compete with the popular Jeep Renegade, which will continue to be available in the region.
The XB60 will have a starting price of $23,990, the same as the current XS 90.
It will be offered in a base trim of $27,990 and will be available with a 4.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine and a six-speed manual transmission.
The Jeep brand is also planning to begin selling the Renegade SUV in the next two years.
Jeep has sold about 5 million Renegades worldwide, with about 5.5 million sold in the past year, according to the company.
In addition to the X B90, Jeep will begin selling an XS B60, which is essentially the same vehicle as the XA90, and an XC70, which looks very similar to the new XB.
Jeep also said it will offer an XE60.