VIENNA – Magna Steyr says it will continue to produce the Jeep Grand Cherokee at its Graz plant through the next model change, but confirms Voyager minivan output remains in doubt beyond 2006. A media buzz was caused here following one report that quoted Chrysler Group CEO Dieter Zetsche as saying Chrysler already had decided to source the next-generation Grand Cherokee (now hitting the U.S. market) for Europe from North America. The report also quoted Zetsche as saying that while no ...

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