DETROIT – There is no need for a third shift at Chrysler Group’s Toledo, OH, Jeep plant with the existing product, says President and CEO Dieter Zetsche. That product is the Jeep Liberty and Zetsche says he is pleased with its performance and the current production in Toledo, which next year will add a model powered by 2.8L diesel to the mix. A third shift in Toledo appears contingent on adding a 2-door model. “We are very pleased with the performance of the Liberty, given the ...
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