AUBURN HILLS, MI – Last week’s decision to dump four slow-selling models appears to be just the first move in a larger effort by Chrysler LLC to revamp its entire vehicle lineup. Robert Nardelli, in one of his first interviews since taking over as CEO less than 100 days ago, tells Ward’s a recently completed review of the auto maker’s product plans will result in numerous enhancements to existing models and a shift to a more customer-focused way in which new vehicle platforms are ...
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