Jeep Cherokee leases will be set for a whopping $1,5 million, according to documents released Wednesday.
The leases, which are subject to a $5 million finance fee, will include the Jeep Grand Cherokee SUV, a Jeep Renegade SUV, and a Jeep Cherokee Sport.
The documents do not specify which model will be in each batch.
The Jeep Cherokee was launched in 2013, but has been plagued by recalls since it went on sale in late 2015.
A 2016 recall caused a recall of about 40,000 Jeeps worldwide.
The automaker initially blamed the recall for its sales, but later acknowledged the problem was a software issue.
A year later, the automaker revealed the problem had been fixed and the vehicle was sold out.
Jeep is owned by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV, the parent company of Fiat Chrysler.