In a gutsy move, DaimlerChrysler AG is working on a plan to switch all of its Dodge and Chrysler large/luxury LH cars to rear-wheel drive for the '04 model year, sources tell Ward's. The current generation of front-wheel-drive LH sedans includes the Chrysler 300M, Concorde and LHS, as well as the Dodge Intrepid, which accounts for about half the mix at the Bramalea Assembly Plant in Brampton, Ont. Sources say that the third generation, which is not due until the '04 model year, is ...
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