DaimlerChrysler AG is the last of the former Big Three domestic automakers to join the hybrid-drivetrain game with the announcement late last month that it will begin offering the Dodge Durango sport/utility vehicle (SUV) with a hybrid powertrain in 2003. Ford Motor Co. said in the spring that it would produce a hybrid-powered version of its new Escape SUV (see WEVTU - April 1, '00, p.1). And General Motors Corp. followed with the news that it plans to produce hybrid versions of its ...
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