SAN FRANCISCO – DaimlerChrysler AG prides itself on offering a minivan for every need and pocketbook. But with 21 choices, including 18 for U.S. consumers, the auto maker fears it may have overdone it. Chrysler should sell its 10 millionth minivan in next couple months. “Maybe we can offer the selection we need without that many,” a spokesman tells Ward’s. Chrysler, which invented the segment in 1983, offers models ranging from a base, short wheelbase minivan for about $20,000 ...

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