Chrysler Group has a seating plan designed to silence critics of its minivan and tighten its grip in the segment. The auto maker is addressing criticism of its lack of a stow-away third-row seat with plans to once again leapfrog the competition with not one – but two – rows of rear seats that fold into cargo wells under the floor, creating a flat surface from driver’s seat to latchgate. The new minivans, to be designated ’04_ models, will be assembled at the Windsor, Ont., Canada, plant, ...
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