INDIANAPOLIS – Chrysler Group can hold off on a decision on whether to offer a hybrid-electric version of the Chrysler Aspen, the auto maker’s top executive says. The Aspen SUV, which goes on sale this fall, is sister to the Dodge Durango. Both are built at a plant in Newark, DE. A Durango HEV is slated for market in 2008 with the two-mode full hybrid system developed in partnership with General Motors Corp. and BMW AG. Chrysler refers to its application of the shared technology as ...
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