thats good, cuz when you look on their website, the compass, patriot, liberty look almost identical, and the commander and grand cherokee aren't that far off. they are way too similar looking vehicles. i know the differences, but most consumers will look at them as similar
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Bring back the Cherokee Classic. kill the Compass. keep the Patriot, kill the Liberty, keep Grand Cherokee, Kill Commander. Create a real 7 passenger and don't call it the Grand Cherokee XL or anything like that. (I like the Commander name) Oh, and while Jeep is at it bring us the Pickup!
Hopefully Chrysler will still own Jeep in 2010. I read in my local paper a few weeks back that they are looking for ways to generate some cash.One of which was to sell Jeep which would be stupid! They are all ready in talks to sell off the Viper.
They would be stupid to sell off Jeep. They need to limit the number or get rid of all the "filler" vehicles that they try and sell the make up sales. Like Doc said, ditch the Compass Patriot, Liberty and retool the current lineup(Wrangler) and release more Wranglers. Then they would have sells.
Good line up would be a pickup, wrangler, jeepster [that little 2 seater terror with the variable lift system to go from low rider canyon cutter to 11" rock crawler with a flick of the switch with the 360CuIn behind it, the one that scared the snot out of the autoweek test driver by being able to hit 160 in high range or idle along a .5mph in low range], the grand.
Chrysler also has begun showing prototypes of a new plug-in electric vehicle to dealers around the country. Press said that would be available for sale "not too long after" 2010. It is unclear whether this vehicle would be an all-electric car or a plug-in hybrid similar to the Chevrolet Volt, which General Motors said will be on sale in 2010.
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