By Kevin Krolicki CHELSEA, Mich., June 22 (Reuters) - Chrysler Group on Thursday said it was considering offering deeply discounted employee-level pricing on its 2006 vehicles ahead of the launch of its new Sebring, a revamped mid-size sedan it expects to win buyers away from the dominant Japanese brands. Chrysler plans to roll out an aggressive new discount program on its cars and trucks in order to clear out unsold 2006 models between July and the year end, although a decision on the ...
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