CHICAGO – Chrysler will use the North American International Auto Show in Detroit in January to unveil its replacement for the Dodge Caliber, sources say. The new compact Dodge sedan, based on Fiat architecture, will be produced at Chrysler's plant in Belvidere, IL, current home to the Caliber. There’s no word on whether there will be a Chrysler version of the car. The Caliber, along with the next generation Chrysler 200 slated to arrive in 2013 as a ʼ14 model, will be based on the ...

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