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Jeep Liberty Production Ends Next Week

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Next week, Chrysler will reportedly end production of the Jeep Liberty SUV after 11 years and two model changes. Chrysler will replace the Liberty with a yet to be named new SUV early next year, that will share its platform with the Dodge Dart.

Chrysler hasn't released a lot of details about the jeep Liberty's successor, but it's expected to be powered by a 3.2L V6 mated to a new nine-speed automatic.

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