NEW YORK – Chrysler Group LLC’s preparatory production work is paying off in the ’11 Jeep Grand Cherokee’s sales launch, with some 20,000 units rapidly moving off dealer lots since the all-new model was launched in late June. “A lot of blood, sweat and tears are paying off,” Jeep marketing chief Jim Morrison tells Ward's in a phone interview, noting about 10,000 Grand Cherokees were sold in September and a total 20,000 units have been delivered since launch. “We're still in a ramp-up ...
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