Jeep is vying for new fleet business with the Cherokee, which was available for fleet operators to drive for the first time.
The new Cherokee was part of a range of vehicles available to drive from Fiat Group Automobile, including the Fiat Ducato van, with deliveries starting from July.
The Cherokee has CO2 emissions from 139g/km for two-wheel drive versions, and is designed to appeal to drivers considering crossover cars rather than full SUV, although Jeep also offers variants capable of handling tough off-road terrain. It sits alongside the larger Grand Cherokee, and will be joined by smaller Jeep models from next year.
The Ducato van is a thorough facelift of the current model with more fuel efficient engine choices and the availability of new safety technology.