CANBERRA – Chrysler Jeep Australia says its midsized 4-wheel-drive Cherokee diesel variant is selling at record levels in Australia this year due to demand for the brand's 2.8L common-rail diesel (CRD) model. In the first four months, diesel Cherokee sales were running 65% higher than in 2004, and the company says diesel sales are poised to break the nameplate's annual record well before the end of the year. Diesel-powered Cherokee looks like global hit. Demand for the Cherokee ...

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