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Jeep’s global expansion spearheaded by the Renegade


It’s the latest and smallest Jeep to date, but the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles have nevertheless huge expectations from the recently introduced Renegade subcompact SUV. According to Mike Manley, president of the Jeep brand, the model actually could hold the key to the unit’s forecasted global expansion, with FCA seeing Jeep as its worldwide flagship brand. That’s because Jeeps’ sales have tripled ...
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BMW sees low priced gasoline as a threat to the feeble electric car sales
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