Posted by mike on 1998/9/14 0:00:00 (803) reads
The Detriot News ran an article over the weekend discussing all the new models the two (one?) companies are coming out with in the next few years and the 2001 Jeep Cherokee is mentioned:
Among the upcoming models at Daimler are a new CL coupe next year, redesigned C-class compacts and SL roadsters in 2000 and a makeover of the E-class sedans in 2002. Daimler also is bringing out its Smart microcar in Europe this year and, on the horizon, the ultra-luxury Maybach touring sedan.
Chrysler's new product blitz includes the next generation Chrysler Cirrus, Dodge Avenger and Plymouth Breeze midsize sedans in early 2000, a new Sebring convertible later that year and revamped versions of its minivans, Jeep Cherokee and Dodge Ram pickup in 2001.
At a meeting with auto analysts in early September, Chrysler also unveiled several versions of its Pronto series of concept vehicles. Included were a mini sport-utility, a sedan and a station wagon. Suppliers say Chrysler plans to use its current Neon assembly plant in Toluca, Mexico, to build Pronto cars and trucks.
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