Chrysler Group ceased production of the current-generation Chrysler Sebring sedan and convertible, and the Dodge Stratus sedan – May 18. The cars will be replaced in the ’07 model year by all-new vehicles to be built at the same plant as Sebring and Stratus – in Sterling Heights, MI, – where pilot production began last month. Chrysler is investing $506 million in the site as part of a large-scale switch to flexible manufacturing methods. Among the tooling Chrysler is adding to the plant ...
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