DaimlerChrysler drops plans for full-size SUV AUBURN HILLS — DaimlerChrysler Corp. kills plans for a full-size sport/utility vehicle (SUV) (codename DR74) off the Dodge Ram platform for 2004. The decision to drop DR74 is said to be a proactive cost-cutting move. DC officials will not confirm the cancellation of DR74 (a future product they did not confirm existed in the first place). But an official says a Ram SUV is a proposal that has been “on and off again for several years,” dating back ...

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