CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA — Liberty, the first new Jeep since Grand Cherokee in 1992 replaces the 18-year-old Cherokee and fills the product range between brute (Wrangler) and tuxedo (Grand Cherokee), says Dave Bostwick, DCC director of corporate market research. Liberty exudes its own personality and is unlikely to be mistaken for Cherokee or Grand Cherokee. That is a claim chief rival Ford Escape is harder-pressed to make, with its bland resemblance to the larger Explorer. Escape justifies ...
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