DaimlerChrysler Corp. is playing Internet catch-up with the launch of interactive web sites that connect buyers with dealers and integrate the dealer body with the corporate web site and central database. The goal is a seamless resource for everything from pricing and incentives to configuring a vehicle online, locating it and arranging financing. Delivery and price haggling still must be done at the dealership. Until now, DC has lagged behind Ford Motor Co. and General Motors Corp. in ...
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