NEW YORK, March 23 (Reuters) - DaimlerChrysler AG's Jeep division will on Wednesday unveil its first sport utility vehicle with three rows of seats, hoping it will help the venerable brand boost its U.S. market share. Chrysler has seen its U.S. prospects improve lately thanks to the success of new products such as its boldly styled Chrysler 300 sedan. However, it is launching the Jeep Commander, its big new SUV, at the New York International Auto Show amid concerns that high U.S. gas ...
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