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Jeep’s European production profit gets a boost from strong dollar


Fiat Chrysler Automobiles seems to have hit the nick of time for its production start of the small Jeep Renegade crossover. The FCA’ subcompact is scheduled to go on sale in March in the United States. There are numerous factors converging on the Jeep Renegade’s unfolding success story – for example the US has the cheapest gas prices in years, supporting ...
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