DETROIT – Chrysler Group says a delay in emissions certification by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is forcing the auto maker to pause the launch of its Jeep Liberty diesel SUV. The SUV will go on sale later this month, after what the auto maker calls a “few weeks” delay. Jeep Liberty “It took us a little loop to get through the final certification process with the U.S. agencies (EPA),” Chrysler Group CEO Dieter Zetsche tells Ward’s. “The intention was to ship some in ...
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