The launch of DaimlerChrysler's new '02 Jeep sport/utility vehicle, slated to replace the Cherokee, has been delayed. DCC says the move is to maximize sales of the current Cherokee and not due to major engineering problems with the new model. The delay is characterized as “minor” in length. Officials will not put a date on the launch but admit it has been “re-timed.” The extra time will be used for workforce training to man the new $600-million Toledo, OH, facility which is reportedly on ...
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