Near-term production of the Volkswagen Routan minivan, halted since mid-January, is up in the air. The Routan, which shares its platform with the Chrysler Town & Country and Dodge Grand Caravan minivans, is assembled at Chrysler LLC’s plant in Windsor, ON, Canada. But spokesmen for the auto makers each say the other is responsible for the resumption of output. “The whole minivan market has been down,” Volkswagen of America Inc. spokesman Jim Gill tells Ward’s, acknowledging the halt ...

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