AUBURN HILLS – Chrysler Group expects its new ’05 Dodge Magnum wagon to meet National Highway Traffic Safety Admin.’s light-truck classification, a boon for the auto maker’s truck corporate average fuel economy (CAFE) ratings. Chrysler expects Dodge Magnum to meet NHTSA truck classification. Additionally, the auto maker isn’t ruling out the possibility of adding a Dodge sedan to the lineup for its rear-wheel-drive LX sedans. The Magnum’s flat-load floor should make it ...

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