Commentary It’s getting harder to remain an automotive purist here in the real world. As debate rages about whether Jeep should sell its soul and build mass-appeal SUVs more suited to around-town driving than the Rubicon Trail, other auto makers are making the leap into new segments with abandon – all in the name of survival. And in some cases they’re finding success. While hardcore Porsche enthusiasts still question the wisdom of the Cayenne, for example, executives at the ...

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