The Jeep Commander, which made its debut in the 2006 model year and was discontinued after the 2010 model year, was a mid-size SUV that offered three rows of seating. However, as of 2016, no Jeep vehicle in the company's current lineup has three rows of seating.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, parent company of Jeep, plans on introducing the 2018 Grand Wagoneer to dealers in the fall of 2015. Car and Driver reports the three-row Grand Wagoneer is based on the 2017 Grand Cherokee platform. The Grand Wagoneer is the first planned three-row vehicle since the Jeep Commander, which was discontinued due to poor sales.