DaimlerChrysler AG started 2003 off with a bang, debuting several stunning concept and production vehicles on the early auto show circuit. At the Los Angeles show, Chrysler Group unveiled its Dodge Magnum sport wagon, while DC's ultra-luxury Maybach brand made its U.S. debut. Mercedes-Benz took the wraps off its C230K sedan that, with a $27,990 base price, it hoped would expand its sales in the entry-luxury sedan market. The Dodge brand had its time in the spotlight during the North ...
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