DaimlerChrysler Corp. postponed plans last week to stop making in November its Jeep Cherokee sport/utility vehicle. A new version was scheduled to be rolled out in March 2001, but DCC now says demand for the current Jeep Cherokee will dictate how long the SUV remains in production. The surprise blizzard that hit the eastern seaboard the night of Jan. 24 and early morning of Jan. 25 idled production temporarily at several assembly plants. DCC's valuable Newark, DE, Dodge Durango factory ...
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