KENOSHA, WI – Nearly 100 years after the first Nash Rambler rolled off the assembly line here, the Chrysler Group starts up production of its new 3.5L V-6 engine, which will debut in the ‘04 Chrysler Pacifica. Tom LaSorda The new engine marks a $624 million expansion at the facility, with production output pegged at 100,000 engines annually on a single-shift operation. Job 1 began July 22, and Chrysler expects the facility to reach full output within four months. The auto ...

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