AUBURN HILLS – With first year volumes already allocated, Chrysler Group is seeking ways to boost output of the PT Cruiser convertible at its Toluca, Mexico, plant. The auto maker says it will raise output of the convertible to meet demand, rather than stick with a strict output number that would keep customers waiting. Chrysler continues to study ways to boost output of PT Cruiser convertible. “On any vehicle where demand is higher than supply, we work closely with (our purchasing ...

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