AUBURN HILLS, MI – Consumer interest is so strong in the upcoming ’05 Jeep Liberty diesel that Chrysler Group is looking a possibly increasing availability beyond the original 5,000 unit target. The auto maker says it has received initial hand-raisers from more than 10,000 potential customers, far outpacing expectations. Problem is the joint venture plant with Detroit Diesel that produces the engines is capacity constrained to 50,000 units and Jeep’s European models take up 45,000. ...

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