Chrysler Group says it expects a flurry of new products hitting the market in the next few months to reduce its dependence on incentives. Chrysler 300C The prediction comes just hours after the auto maker announces a $1,500 cash rebate on the ’04 Dodge Durango SUV and a $1,000 rebate on its ’05 line of minivans. The auto maker says the incentives on Durango and the minivans were planned previously and not a reaction to the competitive market: “They had been in the plan from the ...

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