WEST POINT, NY – Launching a fleet of 206 ’11 Jeep Grand Cherokees from this storied military citadel, dealers from the Northeast region of the country race away with the first batch of the production vehicles built by Chrysler Group LLC’s Jefferson North plant in Detroit. Jeep chose to initiate sales of its all-new SUV here because the Northeast is the largest U.S. market for the model, as well as the brand, says Jim Morrison, chief of Jeep product marketing. About one-third of Grand ...
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