AUBURN HILLS – Chrysler Group says the launch schedule for its midsize Dodge Dakota pickup truck is progressing faster than expected, and a Chrysler executive suggests the auto maker may expand its future North American diesel Jeep lineup to include the Grand Cherokee. The Dakota will launch at the auto maker’s Warren, MI, truck plant during the week of July 16, Frank Klegon, Chrysler’s newly appointed vice president-product development process and components, tells Ward’s. ’05 Dodge ...

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