TOKYO – As part of a plan to increase annual sales in Japan from roughly 6,000 units currently to 10,000 by 2007, Chrysler Group will introduce three new models into the world’s second-largest automotive market during the next 12 months. The Crossfire coupe will arrive at dealerships in December, followed by the PT Cruiser Cabrio in the spring and the 300C sedan during second-half 2004, Joe Eberhardt, Chrysler executive vice president-global sales and marketing, says at the auto show ...
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