GENEVA — The new Jeep Cherokee will have three engine options when it heads to Europe this September, including a 4-cyl., 6-cyl. and new common-rail turbodiesel. The automaker expects to sell about 20,000 units in Europe in 2002. Some 48% of Cherokees sold will be powered by diesels, with the Grand Cherokee adding a 2.7L Mercedes diesel engine to its lineup in December. “We believe the Jeep Cherokee will be an important new addition in Europe,” says Dieter Zetsche, president of the U.S. ...

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