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Chrysler has launched production of its new, three-row top-hat on P245/65R17s, the Commander SUV. Jeep's latest model is being assembled at the company's Jefferson North Assembly Plant in Detroit, where the Jeep Grand Cherokee has been built since 1992 — and where the Cherokee's SRT-8 version will be built beginning in November. Production of the Commander's European version (the Commandant?) will be outsourced to automotive production firm Magna Steyr at its manufacturing operations in Graz, Austria, beginning in early 2006.

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New York Auto Show: Jeep Commander [internal]