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Stop-start technology is showing up for 2015 in two Chrysler Group vehicles, the Jeep Cherokee and the Chrysler 200 sedan. Chrysler Group announced it is offering Engine Stop-Start (ESS) technology as standard equipment on certain models of the 2015 Jeep Cherokee mid-size SUV and all-new 2015 Chrysler 200 mid-size sedan. Chrysler 200 customers who opt […]

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Jeep is presenting in Geneva the smallest vehicle in its lineup, the Jeep Renegade. While it is not a hybrid or an EV, we are talking about this small Jeep as it may become a nice fuel-efficient choice for those who like to head off the beaten path or simply want a conventional but small […]

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The Jeep Cherokee will go after the European market with the help of a 2.0-liter turbo diesel engine and a nine-speed transmission. Launched in the United States in 2013, the Cherokee will make its European debut at the 84th Geneva International Motor Show on March 4, 2014. Also making its debut in the Cherokee, is […]

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The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety named the 2014 Fiat 500L a 2013 Top Safety Pick. The four-door B-segment hatchback was one of two Chrysler Group vehicles to earn the designation during the latest round of IIHS evaluations, with the 2014 Jeep Cherokee being the second one. In the last 10 months, a total of […]

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In a typical case of “forbidden fruit,” Jeep is launching the revised Compass CUV with a diesel engine … but only for its European lineup. Engines on the European 2014 Jeep Compass include a 2.2-liter turbo diesel engine delivering 161 horsepower and two gasoline part of Chrysler’s World Engines offering: the 2.4-liter that produces power […]

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Jeep has revealed the price of the Liberty-replacing compact SUV to wear the Cherokee badge. The base level of the Jeep Cherokee will be the Sport model with a starting U.S. MSRP of $22,995. This Cherokee will have, according to Jeep, a fuel economy rating of up to 31 miles per gallon (mpg), through the […]

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Chrysler is reviving the Cherokee name within the Jeep U.S. lineup. The name is instantly recognizable as a very capable and versatile mid-size SUV. Powered by an old in-line six cylinder engine, the Cherokee was typical of the ‘80s and ‘90s SUV, with fuel economy ranking low in the list of priorities. For 2014, Jeep […]

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While diesel technology is popular in Europe, it suffers in the US from the old-school perception that it is still noisy, dirty, and unrefined. To the contrary, today’s diesel is as clean and more efficient than many gas-powered engines, while also delivering more low-end, pulling power for practical uses. Some automakers have acknowledged these virtues […]

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