AUBURN HILLS – Chrysler Group says it has no plans to replace 2-door versions of its Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Stratus coupes when it debuts vehicles based off its new D-segment platform in 2006. The auto maker worked jointly with Mitsubishi Motors Corp. in developing the C- and D-segment platforms, although executives decline to provide details on how many models will be generated from each platform. Sebring Coupe will be phased out when Chrysler introduces new midsize line in 2005. ...

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