The Chrysler Group says the ’04 Dodge Durango will be more profitable than the current model when it goes into production at the company’s Newark, DE, assembly plant in August. Annual production volumes are set at 190,000 units, with the goal of improving the SUV’s quality levels over the current model from the start of production. Dodge Durango While the ’04 Durango did not pass through all of the 12 "quality gates" Chrysler has established as part of its quality system, the ...

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