AUBURN HILLS, MI – Chrysler Group says it invested $203 million at its Brampton, Ont., Canada, assembly plant for production of the Dodge Charger sedan, the third vehicle based on the LX rear-wheel-drive passenger-car platform. The auto maker says $68 million was spent on assembly operations, with another $57 million used to upgrade stamping operations. The remaining $78 million was spent on engine modifications, seats and other vehicle components. '06 Dodge Charger leaves Brampton ...

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