DEARBORN – Chrysler Group says it has no plans to enter the entry-level roadster segment to compete against Mazda Motor Corp.’s Miata or General Motors Corp.’s upcoming Saturn Sky and Pontiac Solstice. During a speech at an industry trade conference here, Trevor Creed, Chrysler’s senior vice president-design, says the auto maker looked at several entry-level roadster concepts, but could not build a business case to support them. Chrysler design boss Trevor Creed “We had done three ...

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