Assembly plants in Windsor, Ont., Canada, and St. Louis both will continue to build the next-generation minivan, but Chrysler Group has not yet decided which will take the lead, says Frank Klegon, who takes over as executive vice president-product development Sept. 1. The next-generation family of minivans, codenamed RT, is due in 2007, designated as '08 models. Klegon says he is not sure when the decision will be made. Each facility has had a stint as the lead minivan plant, and each ...

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