PALM SPRINGS, CA – The Chrysler Group may be on to something. Although officials from the Chrysler arm of DaimlerChrysler AG have insisted to the press and investors they have every intention of reversing the company’s loss-making business model and invigorating the languid product line, it has become a tiring tale. Big, bright grillework, bulbous wheel arches for 300 sedans. Both communities essentially seem to be at the “put-up-or-shut-up” point of judgment regarding ...
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