TOLEDO, OH – Flush with new, fuel-efficient 4-cyl. mills, Chrysler Group is studying the feasibility of equipping its redesigned Jeep Wrangler with a version of its World Engine, says the auto maker’s president and CEO. Tom LaSorda makes the revelation as Chrysler takes the wraps off a new manufacturing model here, where the first 2-door Wrangler units are just beginning to roll off the assembly line. Production of the 4-door Wrangler Unlimited began last month, culminating a $2.1 ...
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