Chrysler Group will reduce output – potentially causing layoffs – at its Sterling Heights, MI, assembly plant beginning in July, a source tells Ward’s. The vehicles produced at Sterling Heights, the Chrysler Sebring and Dodge Stratus sedans (launched in 2001), as well as the Sebring convertible, are approaching the end of their lifecycles. The plant will slow its daily production rate from the current 985 units to 870 units. It is expected the slowdown will force the layoff of some ...

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