DAIMLERCHRYSLER CORP. apparently has chosen Liberty as the name for the all-new sport/utility vehicle (SUV) slated to take over from the long-in-the-tooth Cherokee. The industry rumor mill has all but confirmed the Liberty name for the '02 Cherokee replacement, codenamed KJ and to be the first product from DC's all-new, $750-million Toledo North assembly plant in Toledo, OH. The outgoing Cherokee and the new Liberty will coexist for an unspecified time in the market, however. Former Chrysler ...

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