NEW YORK – Chrysler Group will introduce a diesel-equipped Jeep Liberty to North America in 2004, making it the only auto maker to offer a diesel-powered SUV in this market. Diesel-powered Liberty hits U.S. in 2004 Chrysler expects to sell 5,000 diesel Liberty SUVs, President Dieter Zetsche says at a DaimlerChrysler Innovation Symposium here. The Chrysler CEO also calls on the government and petroleum industry to foster consumer acceptance of diesels in the U.S. Although he ...

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