Chrysler Group's iconic Jeep brand will debut a pair of front-wheel-drive concept vehicles aimed to woo entry-level buyers and help expand the lineup in Europe Sept. 12 at the Frankfurt auto show. The forthcoming Dodge Caliber small car, a Neon replacement, also will be shown in Frankfurt with at least three first-ever features: all-wheel drive, a continuously variable transmission and a menu of global engines that are shared with Asian auto makers. (See related story: Dodge Right ...
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