Production of the Chrysler Pacifica began Jan. 15, ahead of the Jan. 27 schedule, at the Windsor Assembly Plant in Windsor, Ont., Canada. The first 300, built over the course of a few weeks, will be driven by Chrysler executives and engineers, part of a "fast feedback" program of real-world assessment. The Windsor plant will maintain the same production rate (1,325 units a day) it has been running to assemble minivans. For every Pacifica that enters the queue, there will be one less ...
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