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Chrysler to hire third shift for brand new Grand Cherokee

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by , 01-09-2012 at 01:20 AM (3646 Views)
More careers for the Chrysler Group are the good news, reports Automotive News. Production of the 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel will begin soon, making a 3rd shift at a Detroit assembly plant essential. At least 1,100 workers will reportedly be dealing with the task. Source of article: Chrysler to add workers for 2013 Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel production.



Hiring a ton of individuals

As reported by reports, the Chrysler Group will add 1,100 workers as part of a new third shift at the Jefferson North construction plant. The bolstered staff should enable the automaker to reach its manufacturing goals with the new Jeep Grand Cherokee and keep the Chrysler name on top of the heap on the subject of innovation, noted Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne.

“Detroit long has been home to renowned innovators and craftsmen,” Marchionne said. “So it is in the Motor City, home of our industrial heritage and a resilient people, that we are entrusting the manufacture not only of the ultimate American sports car, the SRT Viper, and the Jeep Grand Cherokee - the most awarded SUV ever - but also a diesel version of the Jeep Grand Cherokee for North American markets.”

With 241 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque in a V6 turbo diesel motor, the brand new Jeep Grand Cherokee is going to provide a clean-burning diesel engine and a lot of power. The European version of the automobile was able to get 28.3 mpg, although official fuel economy numbers have not been released yet. The Durango sold 51,697 models in its first year on the United States industry while the Grand Cherokee sales were up last year to 127,744 units in the States.

Maserati included

The Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee were assembled at the factory that will now start producing parts for the 2013 Maserati Kubang. This is the Jefferson North factory. Fiat S.p.A. will debut this SUV soon in North America.

Leaked photo of the 2013 Maserati Kubang concept



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Automotive News

Green Car Reports

USA Today



As reported by reports, the Chrysler Group will add 1,100 workers as part of a new third shift at the Jefferson North construction plant. The bolstered staff should enable the automaker to reach its manufacturing goals with the new Jeep Grand Cherokee and keep the Chrysler name on top of the heap on the subject of innovation, noted Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne.



“Detroit long has been home to renowned innovators and craftsmen,” Marchionne said. “So it is in the Motor City, home of our industrial heritage and a resilient people, that we are entrusting the manufacture not only of the ultimate American sports car, the SRT Viper, and the Jeep Grand Cherokee - the most awarded SUV ever - but also a diesel version of the Jeep Grand Cherokee for North American markets.”



With 241 horsepower and 406 pound-feet of torque in a V6 turbo diesel motor, the brand new Jeep Grand Cherokee is going to provide a clean-burning diesel engine and a lot of power. The European version of the automobile was able to get 28.3 mpg, although official fuel economy numbers have not been released yet. The Durango sold 51,697 models in its first year on the United States industry while the Grand Cherokee sales were up last year to 127,744 units in the States.



Maserati included



The Dodge Durango and Jeep Grand Cherokee were assembled at the factory that will now start producing parts for the 2013 Maserati Kubang. This is the Jefferson North factory. Fiat S.p.A. will debut this SUV soon in North America.



Leaked photo of the 2013 Maserati Kubang concept







Sources



Automotive News

Green Car Reports

USA Today
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