U.S. dealers last week began receiving DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s PT Cruiser, an all-new crossover vehicle that the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin. is expected to classify as a truck and the Environmental Protection Agency is calling a car. “We haven't had anything like this to be excited about in a long time,” says Bud Liebler, senior vice president and head of global brand marketing for the Chrysler Group. Mr. Liebler admits there is concern that with the current market buzz over ...
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