DETROIT – After posting a 36% sales decline in January, DaimlerChrysler Corp. says it plans to re-launch its PT Cruiser model to build momentum in the youth market. PT Cruiser has been a hit for the company, with customers having to wait months to land one in their driveways. DCC says the Cruiser’s sales decline was merely a result of the softening market, and not caused by any production glitches or shipping snafus. With demand showing the initial signs of waning, DCC says it will begin ...

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