NEW YORK – The glass roof now is conventional sheet metal with a sunroof and the door handles have been tweaked. That is about the extent of the changes to the production model of the Chrysler Pacifica sports tourer, shown here, from the concept unveiled earlier this year in Detroit. DaimlerChrysler AG is hoping to sell at least 100,000 units of the vehicle it insists will be a segment-buster when production begins in Windsor, Ont. the last week of January 2003. Pacifica will be built in ...
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