* Chrysler revives a name that dates to 1974 * Newest Jeep breaks out of traditional design box * But would it look better as an Alfa Romeo? By Paul Lienert DETROIT, March 27 (Reuters) - The 2014 Jeep Cherokee revives one of the brand's hallowed nameplates, one that dates back nearly 40 years. But the Chrysler Group's new crossover vehicle looks like it would fit better in Italian cousin Alfa Romeo's future product stable. ...
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