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Pair of Grand Cherokee models, with similar prices, aim to coexist

The narrow price gap between the SUVs could cause some attrition for the two-row model, but Jeep believes it can still come out ahead.

Nominate a diversity champion by Nov. 5

The Notable Champions of Diversity feature will recognize auto industry people who have made significant efforts to promote equity and inclusion.

The latest numbers on the microchip shortage: N.A. production hit again

After a couple of weeks that saw production cuts totaling fewer than 10,000 vehicles each, North American factories lost 84,000 vehicles last week because of the ongoing worldwide shortage of microchips.

Detroiters hold their noses over Jeep plant

Stellantis said it has hired a third-party engineering firm to investigate the origin of the odors in the paint shop that residents who live west of the plant have reported smelling in recent weeks.

All fun till the cops take the Lambo away

A Norway man on his way north after buying a Lamborghini was caught speeding in Denmark by police who confiscated his new purchase.

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