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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
A minor bump in the road
at Chrysler's Toledo Assembly Complex - production of the new 2014 Jeep
Cherokee there is being delayed.
Chrysler told the
Detroit Free Press it will be pushed back from the third week in May to
Chrysler rolled out the new
Cherokee to rave reviews in March in New York City. It will replace the Jeep
"That car has got a
lot of hype," said Michael Barchick, general manager at Charlie's Dodge in
Maumee. "Lots of good press. We're excited to get it."
But Chrysler tells
the Free Press it's delaying the rollout because of a wide range of issues. The
automaker cites changes in the assembly line process, and calibration of a 9-speed
Chrysler also says
dealers will have enough Cherokees to sell by fall.
"The good news is
if they have an issue and are concerned with it," Barchick said. "Better to get
it fixed, make launch go perfect, as opposed to having a problem thereafter."
One thousand new workers
are being hired to build the Cherokee.
Toledo City Council
Finance Committee Chairman George Sarantou says the month delay will result in
an estimated payroll tax decrease of $60,000.
there is going to continue to be there," Sarantou said. "We're talking about
new jobs. That's why the effect will be very minimal to our revenue."
He added that when the
Cherokee line is up and running, the city should see a payroll tax boom of