DETROIT – Chrysler Group’s Hemi engine has won a lot of praise in the last few years, but Ron Harbour, president of Harbour Consulting Inc., recently gave the burly V-8 another compliment that has nothing to do with burning rubber. While briefing reporters on the results of his company’s latest report on manufacturing efficiency, Harbour says while the hot-selling 300 sedan is getting most of the credit for Chrysler’s revival, the mighty Hemi probably has played an even larger role. The ...

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