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Chrysler Group Launches Production of All-new 2007 Jeep® Patriot at Belvidere Assembly Plant

• Flexible manufacturing cuts production costs by 85 percent
• Robotics, lean dies and material flow improve quality, productivity and worker ergonomics
• Third vehicle introduced at Belvidere Assembly Plant

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Auburn Hills, Mich., Dec 20, 2006 –

Chrysler Group’s Belvidere (Ill.) Assembly Plant launched production of the Company’s tenth all-new vehicle this year, as the first 2007 Jeep Patriot came off the assembly line today. The plant which was extensively retooled in 2005, has become a flagship for Chrysler Group’s adoption of flexible manufacturing. Production of the all-new 2007 Dodge Caliber began in January 2006 and was followed in May by the all-new 2007 Jeep Compass.

Flexible manufacturing is allowing Chrysler Group to bring its new vehicles to market more quickly and the Belvidere Assembly Plant to manufacture multiple products on one assembly line. Additionally, flexible manufacturing has positively impacted production costs by a savings of up to 85 percent in some instances. The Chrysler Group continues to implement its flexible manufacturing processes plant-by-plant.

“We are now seeing the results of our flexible manufacturing strategy that leads to a competitive advantage for the Chrysler Group,” said Frank Ewasyshyn, Executive Vice President – Manufacturing. “Thanks to Belvidere’s ability to build multiple models off one assembly line, we expect the production of three all-new models to cost significantly less than the initial investment we made in the plant to build one product.”
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Breakthrough 2007 Jeep® Patriot Delivers Classic Jeep Styling, Best-in-class Capability All at an Entry-level Price Point of $14,985

Breakthrough 2007 Jeep® Patriot Delivers Classic Jeep Styling, Best-in-class Capability All at an Entry-level Price Point of $14,985  
  • Jeep® Patriot combines packaging and functionality of a sport-utility vehicle (SUV) with the performance, handling, fuel economy (30 mpg) and price of a compact car or small pickup 
  • Classic Jeep styling and affordable price appeals to enthusiasts who have always wanted a Jeep 
  • Standard equipment includes Electronic Stability Program (ESP), Anti-lock Brakes (ABS) with rough-road detection, Brake Traction Control and Electronic Roll Mitigation 
  • Patriot completes Jeep brand’s expansion from three to seven sport-utility vehicles in just two years
 

Auburn Hills, Mich.,

Dec 13, 2006
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Chrysler Group today announced that the U.S. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) for its all-new 2007 Jeep® Patriot is $14,985 (including $560 destination). The Jeep Patriot is a classic-styled Jeep that delivers best-in-class capability, 30 miles per gallon (mpg) fuel economy, safety and interior flexibility.

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“With Patriot, Jeep continues to expand globally by offering a fun-to-drive, fuel-efficient and affordably priced Jeep vehicle designed to appeal to youthful customers and people with active lifestyles who may have always wanted a Jeep vehicle but, until now, may not have been able to afford one,” said George Murphy, Senior Vice President – Global Marketing, Chrysler Group. “Patriot has all the credibility and cachet of the Jeep brand at a very affordable price.”

Jeep Patriot will compete in the compact sport-utility vehicle (SUV) segment, which is expected to grow considerably in the next decade, giving the Jeep brand the opportunity to grow with it. Annual compact SUV volume in the United States for the 2005 calendar year was 368,000 units, up from 297,000 units in 2004. The compact SUV segment is expected to almost double to approximately 600,000 units by 2010 and almost triple to more than 814,000 units by 2016.

The 2007 Jeep Patriot Sport and Jeep Patriot Limited models became available in U.S. dealerships in the fourth quarter of 2006 and will be available in global volume markets in both left- and right-hand drive starting in the first half of 2007.

Most Capable Vehicle in its Class
Jeep Patriot is available in three drive-train configurations. In addition to the standard front-wheel-drive system, Jeep Patriot also is available with Freedom Drive I™ and the Freedom Drive II™ Off-road Package.

Freedom Drive I is an available full-time, active four-wheel-drive system with Lock mode designed to give drivers year-round assurance with the ability to handle rough weather and low-traction conditions. This active four-wheel-drive system is recommended for daily use, including slick conditions that come with rain and light snow. Freedom Drive I also features a lockable center coupling, giving drivers the ability to put the Jeep Patriot in four-wheel-drive Lock mode when navigating deep snow, sand and other low-traction surfaces.

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Jeep® Invites Consumers to Dig for Buried Treasure and Win All-new 2007 Jeep Compass

* “Jeep Come and Dig It” kicks off U.S. Open Sandcastle Competition with “Sand-Sational” event to find buried Jeep treasure
* Hundreds of adventurous consumers are invited to dig their way to an all-new 2007 Jeep Compass
* Consumers can enter to participate online at http://www.JeepComeandDig.com

Auburn Hills, Mich, Jun 21, 2006 –

Grab the sun block, slip on the flip flops and register to take part in one of the largest treasure hunts on San Diego’s Imperial Beach on Friday, July 21.

Jeep® is looking for adventurous consumers to go on a modern day treasure hunt to unearth the ultimate prize – keys to an all-new 2007 Jeep Compass – as part of the “Jeep Come and Dig It” event, which kicks-off the annual U.S. Open Sandcastle Competition, the largest sand castle building competition in the country.

With sand flying and pails filling with treasures, up to 200 pre-registered participants will feverishly dig up Imperial Beach, searching for the “key” to summer fun, as well as other buried treasures, ranging from summer accessories to beach gear, in the largest treasure hunt the U.S. Open Sandcastle Competition has ever seen.

Anyone interested in hunting for buried Jeep treasure can sign up for a chance to participate in the “Jeep Come and Dig It” event online at www.JeepComeandDig.com, beginning June 22 at 12:01 a.m. (EDT) until July 14 at 11:59 p.m. (EDT). All participants must be 18 years or older.

Jeep is the title sponsor of this year’s U.S. Open Sandcastle Competition. With more than 300,000 spectators annually, the three-day event includes amateur and professional competitions, fireworks displays, a parade and new this year, the “Jeep Come and Dig It” treasure hunt.

“The ‘Jeep Come and Dig It’ competition will give playing in the sand a whole new meaning at this year’s U.S. Open Sandcastle Competition presented by Jeep,” said John Plecha, Director – Jeep Marketing & Global Communications. “The Jeep Compass and Jeep Patriot deliver fun, freedom and adventure to drivers across the country and we will bring this level of excitement to San Diego during the ‘Jeep Come and Dig It’ event.”

The weekend of fun will begin on Friday morning, July 21, with the “Jeep Come and Dig It” hunt for buried treasure and concludes on Sunday, July 23, with an award ceremony for the U.S. Open Sandcastle Competition.

About the Jeep Brand
The Jeep brand’s 65-year history of legendary capability has made it synonymous with freedom, adventure, mastery and authenticity. In 2006, the Jeep brand continues to deliver on its promise to provide rugged, versatile, innovative four-wheel drive vehicles with the recently introduced Jeep Wrangler, Jeep Wrangler 4-door Unlimited, Jeep Compass and Jeep Patriot.

This expansion of the Jeep brand grows its showroom from three to seven sport utility vehicles following last year’s introduction of the Jeep Commander. The other two Jeep vehicles are the Jeep Grand Cherokee and Jeep Liberty.

2007 Jeep Compass
The all-new 2007 Jeep Compass is an all-new product that combines the packaging and functionality of a sport-utility vehicle (SUV) with the performance, handling, fuel economy and price of a compact car or small pickup. With a starting U.S. MSRP of $15,985 (including destination charges), Compass is the Jeep brand’s first front-wheel-drive-based product with a fully independent suspension for comfortable on-road ride and handling and fun-to-drive characteristics. Jeep Compass will be available in both front- and four-wheel drive, and will deliver best-in-class 4×4 fuel economy for the compact SUV segment.

2007 Jeep Patriot
The all-new 2007 Jeep Patriot is a modern interpretation of traditional Jeep styling. Strong and capable, it is unmistakably Jeep, with traditional Jeep styling and best-in-class off-road capability. Jeep Patriot is rugged, exuding the attributes of mastery, authenticity, freedom and adventure, while also offering excellent fuel economy, interior flexibility and utility at a great value.

All-new 2007 Jeep® Compass Grows Brand in a New Direction

* Breakthrough Jeep® vehicle conquers all-new territory
* Jeep Compass’ modern, urban design appeals to new Jeep buyers
* Interior features utility, flexibility and loads of cool innovations
* Value abounds with excellent fuel economy and long list of standard safety features

Auburn Hills, Mich., Jun 16, 2006 –

The Jeep® brand is expanding into new territory with the 2007 Jeep Compass — an all-new modern-styled compact Jeep that delivers fun, freedom, utility, excellent fuel efficiency and Jeep 4×4 capability at a terrific value. Jeep Compass combines the packaging and functionality of a sport-utility vehicle (SUV) with the performance, handling, fuel economy and price of a compact car or small pickup.

Compass is the first Jeep vehicle to offer fuel economy near 30 miles per gallon on the highway — fuel-economy numbers not often found on an SUV. Compass also will be the Jeep brand’s first front-wheel-drive-based product with a fully independent suspension for comfortable on-road ride and handling and fun-to-drive characteristics. And with Compass’ starting U.S. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $15,985 (including a $560 destination charge), the Jeep brand continues to grow by offering an affordable, modern-styled compact SUV designed to bring new customers to the brand.

“With Compass, Jeep continues to expand globally by offering a fun-to-drive, fuel-efficient and affordably priced Jeep vehicle designed to reach youthful customers who may not have previously considered the brand,” said George Murphy, Senior Vice President – Global Marketing, Chrysler Group. “Compass is a new type of Jeep vehicle for non-traditional Jeep buyers. It allows the brand to compete in the fast-growing compact SUV segment, where there is increasing market demand for fuel economy, ride comfort and efficient packaging in an SUV.”

Jeep Compass contributes to the Jeep brand’s global lineup expansion to seven SUVs, including the Jeep Commander, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Liberty (Jeep Cherokee outside North America), Jeep Patriot, the legendary Jeep Wrangler and the all-new Jeep Wrangler Unlimited four-door.

The newest Jeep will be available in both Compass and Compass Limited models. Both are available in the United States with front-wheel-drive and four-wheel-drive capability and will arrive in U.S. dealerships in the third quarter of 2006. Four-wheel-drive models will begin to arrive in volume markets outside North America in the fourth quarter of 2006.
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Chrysler Group To Announce First Full-size Diesel-powered SUV in U.S. With Introduction of 2007 Jeep® Grand Cherokee CRD

* 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee to run on gas, diesel and E-85
* First full-size sport-utility vehicle with 3.0-liter common rail turbo diesel in the U.S.
* Up to 30 percent improvement in fuel economy
* Class-leading towing, torque, driving range

Auburn Hills, Mich, Jun 1, 2006 –
Chrysler Group will announce today its plans to produce the first diesel-powered, full-size sport-utility vehicle (SUV) to be offered in the United States. The 2007 Jeep® Grand Cherokee with a 3.0-liter common rail turbo diesel (CRD) engine will arrive at Jeep dealerships in the first quarter of 2007.

“DaimlerChrysler is a leader in automotive diesel applications in Europe, and it makes sense to continue to build on that experience by offering a modern, clean diesel for the U.S. market,” said Craig Love, Vice President — Rear-Wheel-Drive Product Team, Chrysler Group. “The Jeep Grand Cherokee diesel will offer consumers increased fuel economy, class-leading torque, towing and driving range.”

The new 3.0-liter CRD engine, built by Mercedes-Benz, produces 215 hp (160 kW) @ 3800 rpm and 376 lb.-ft. torque (510 N•m) @ 1600-2800 rpm and gets an estimated fuel economy of 19 miles city and 23 miles highway. The 2007 Jeep Grand Cherokee CRD offers class-leading torque, outstanding towing capacity (7,400 lbs.), and class-leading driving range of approximately 425 miles. And, clean diesel technology improves fuel economy by up to 30 percent and has up to 20 percent fewer carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. The 3.0-liter CRD engine will be available on the Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo, Limited and Overland models.

“The 3.0-liter CRD is an efficient, smooth-running, clean engine that delivers fuel economy and performance,” said Bob Lee, Vice President — Power Train Product Team, Chrysler Group. “Advanced diesel technology has improved over the last several years; engines are quieter and cleaner due to electronic controls, higher fuel pressures and advanced after-treatment systems.”
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Chrysler Group Launches Production of the All-new 2007 Jeep® Compass at Belvidere Assembly Plant

* Robotics, lean dies and material flow improve quality, productivity and worker ergonomics
* 2007 Jeep Compass appeals to new buyers with competitive pricing

Auburn Hills, Mich., May 30, 2006 –

The Chrysler Group today announced the manufacturing launch of the all-new Jeep Compass at its Belvidere (Ill.) Assembly Plant. The plant, which was extensively retooled in 2005, has become a flagship for Chrysler Group’s adoption of flexible manufacturing.

Flexible manufacturing is allowing the Company to bring its new vehicles to market more quickly and the Belvidere Assembly Plant to manufacture multiple products on one assembly line. Production of the all-new 2007 Dodge Caliber began there in January 2006, while the 2007 Jeep Patriot is scheduled to begin later this fall.

“We are now starting to see the results of the new flexible manufacturing process that we believe is a competitive advantage for the Chrysler Group,” said Frank Ewasyshyn, Executive Vice President – Manufacturing. “Thanks to Belvidere’s ability to build multiple models off one assembly line, we expect the Jeep Compass production to cost significantly less than the initial investment we made in the plant to build the Dodge Caliber.”

Robotics
At the core of the new manufacturing process is a body shop comprised of robots instead of the dedicated tooling that was previously used. Belvidere is Chrysler Group’s first assembly plant to use a body shop comprised entirely of robotics. Only the robots’ end affectors, or “hands,” need to change in order to build the different models. That tool change is done automatically, within the time it takes to cycle from one vehicle to the next. In addition, the Belvidere plant is flexible enough to vary the production mix between three products anywhere from 0 to 100 percent of each model. A fourth model can also be piloted, or test-built at the same time, helping reduce the time needed to make new-model changeovers. The new body shop and other upgrades are part of a $419 million total Belvidere investment announced in 2005.

Many other changes are also taking place within the Chrysler Group manufacturing process to accommodate the multiple models. For example, new ways to make the required amount of stamping dies are saving the company up to 60 percent on the cost of those dies.
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