NEW YORK – Expect Chrysler LLC to incorporate boron steel in the next-generation Chrysler 300 and Dodge Charger sedans, following the lead of its Dodge Challenger line of muscle coupes. The Challenger, which launches with two new trim levels for ’09, marked Chrysler’s latest boron application when the iconic nameplate was reprised earlier this year as an ’08 SRT high-performance model. Boron steel, which Chrysler has employed in various vehicles since ’05, is featured in the car’s A-pillar ...

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