DETROIT -- DaimlerChrysler AG wants to come roaring into the hot cross/utility segment with the Chrysler Pacifica, a $25,000-plus vehicle with the potential to chalk up some much-needed earnings. Unveiled in Detroit, the ’02 Pacifica is a concept vehicle that is 90% production ready. In fact, some early pilots have wended their way through the assembly process at the Windsor, Ont., minivan plant that adds Pacifica to its output in January 2003 as a ’04 model. The Chrysler Group says the ...
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