AUBURN HILLS, MI – DaimlerChrysler AG, as part of a wide-ranging strategy to use certain common components and systems across the Mercedes-Benz, Chrysler and Mitsubishi vehicle brands, is preparing to share at least four diesel engines among the auto makers. Chrysler Group officials tell Ward's four diesels are being considered for sharing. The displacements are 2.2L, 2.5L, 2.7L and 6.4L. Chrysler 2.5L diesel DC produces the 2.2L and 2.7L turbodiesels, which power a number ...
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