KOKOMO, IN – Chrysler Group says it has no plans to add a second product at its Newark, DE, plant until at least the ’07 model year. The plant currently produces the Dodge Durango SUV. A new product for Newark is not within the auto maker’s plans to launch 25 new products within the next 36 months, says Tom LaSorda, Chrysler executive vice president-manufacturing. “The product is selling well and we have more than 40,000 orders. (The Durango) is moving off dealer lots in seven to 10 ...

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