Chrysler Group says it has done a comprehensive study on whether it can install tooling to build its popular LX rear-wheel-drive passenger cars at one of its existing production plants. The auto maker says it will not make any further moves until it sees whether additional capacity is needed beyond already announced plans to add a third shift at its Brampton, Ont., Canada, plant and begin European vehicle output at Magna Steyr Fahrzeugtechnik AG & Co. KG’s Graz, Austria, facility. (See ...

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