JACKSON HOLE, WY – The replacement for the Jeep Compass and Patriot C-segment cross/utility vehicles will have similar attributes of the Grand Cherokee SUV, but don’t call it a “baby” Grand Cherokee, the brand’s top executive says. It will deliver on-road driving dynamics and off-road capability in the same manner as the all-new Grand Cherokee, says Mike Manley, CEO and president of Chrysler Group LLC’s Jeep brand, tells Ward’s here. “(But) I wouldn’t call it a baby Grand Cherokee ...

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