Chrysler Group says its all-new ’05 Jeep Grand Cherokee is a far better value for customers than the model it replaces. Prices for the new SUV will start at $26,775, including a $645 destination charge when vehicles begin to arrive at dealerships this fall. That marks a $2,000 better value for buyers than the model it replaces, says Jeff Bell, vice president-Jeep. “We’ve been able to lower the price on Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo models by $1,780, while adding $300 more in content,” he ...
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