JOLIET, IL – Now it's Durango's turn. Chrysler’s Jefferson North plant in Detroit has been busy producing enough Jeep Grand Cherokees to meet extremely strong consumer demand, and the Dodge Durango SUV built alongside the Jeep has paid the price in terms of reduced output. Now that the plant has added a third shift and the new ’14 Durango is on sale, things have changed and Durango no longer is an afterthought. "Grand Cherokee had a ton of sales ...
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