WINDSOR, Ont., Canada – The innovative seating system in Chrysler Group’s ’05 minivans was designed for the long-wheelbase models only. But that doesn’t rule out a version of Stow ’n Go for the shorter minivans, says Thomas LaSorda, executive vice president-manufacturing. If it were determined buyers of the shorter minivans wanted the system, it could be done, he tells Ward’s during a tour of the Windsor assembly plant here that makes the extended minivans equipped with the flexible ...

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