Road Test: Jeep Grand Cherokee

The Daimler affect on Chrysler continues with the all-new Grand Cherokee now arriving at Jeep dealerships.  In 2005, when Daimler controlled Chrysler, the new Chrysler 300 was designed around the rear-wheel drive unibody structure and suspension components originally developed for the E-Class Mercedes-Benz sedan.  The result was one the best Chrysler sedans ever built. Although…

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Chrysler upgrades the Wrangler

Jeep has sent the Wangler to finishing school giving it an all-new interior and significantly improved materials to provide owners with a more premium driving experience. “The iconic Jeep Wrangler keeps getting better,” said Mike Manley, President and CEO – Jeep Brand, Chrysler Group LLC. “While retaining unmatched, legendary capability, the 2011 Jeep Wrangler boasts…

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Test Drive: 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee

San Francisco – With the wraps officially pulled off the new generation Jeep Grand Cherokee, I got a chance to see the first results of Chrysler’s reemergence into the marketplace.  It’s not that Chrysler hasn’t been selling vehicles through the bankruptcy, management upheaval and all the other distractions, it is  just that they have been…distracted. …

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New Jeep Grand Cherokee, Rolls Off the Line

A long time coming, the 2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee started production today at the Jefferson North Assembly plant in Detroit as one of the first offspring of the union between Chrysler and Fiat. As an American icon offering timeless design and innovative engineering, the all-new Grand Cherokee redefines the SUV industry, delivering true duality: ultimate…

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Test Drive: 2010 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited

The Jeep occupies a unique space in the pantheon of automobiles. Born of the need for an indestructible go-anywhere military vehicle, the Jeep has survived more or less unchanged since it was invented just prior to World War II. Sure, the modern version has four doors, nice upholstery, GPS navigation, air conditioning and all that…

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