CHELSEA, MI — On looks alone, DaimlerChrysler AG should be able to shift its expected 200,000 units of the all-new Liberty compact sport/utility vehicle (SUV). If that's not enough to convince buyers in the expanding compact SUV segment, then the Liberty's well-conceived blend of decent on-road agility and genuine (as opposed to marketing-inspired) off-road prowess should seal the deal. The Liberty is an effective meld of current SUV design with a solid helping of Jeep-brand identifiers, ...

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