Chrysler delays launch of new Jeep Cherokee by a month

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By Joseph Lichterman and Ben Klayman DETROIT, July 30 (Reuters) - The launch of Chrysler Group LLC's new 2014 Jeep Cherokee is being delayed by a month to September to resolve calibration issues with the vehicle's new nine-speed transmission. Cherokee production started on June 24, a month later than planned, at Chrysler's assembly facility in Toledo, Ohio. The automaker had planned to begin selling the 2014 Cherokee in August. Chrysler on Tuesday confirmed it was pushing back ...

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