The Dodge Ram SRT-10, the performance version of the pickup with the 8.3L V-10 that powers the Dodge Viper, will be assembled at Chrysler Group’s Saltillo, Mexico, plant, confirms Tom LaSorda, executive vice president-manufacturing. Dodge Ram SRT-10 Saltillo, which formerly assembled only light-duty Rams, took over production of the heavy-duties for the ’03 model year with the closing of the Lago Alberto, Mexico, plant in 2002. LaSorda says the three plants that make Dodge ...

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