DaimlerChrysler Corp. will eliminate the Cirrus nameplate when it brings out its revamped lineup of JA midsize cars for '01. It also will add 2-door coupe versions of the cars for the first time, DCC President James P. Holden reveals in an interview. DCC, which already effectively eliminated the Breeze from the midsize car lineup when it announced it was scrapping the Plymouth brand, will drop the Cirrus badge in favor of Sebring, the name currently used on the JA-based convertible built ...

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