DaimlerChrysler Corp. President James P. Holden believes there is some softening in the big sport/utility vehicle (SUV) market, but he says that doesn't mean his company won't ante up an entry in what is becoming the most hotly contested market in the industry. Reports surfaced last week that DCC was scrapping plans to produce a full-size SUV for Jeep that would compete with the likes of the Ford Expedition, Chevrolet Suburban and the new Toyota Sequoia that bowed at the Detroit auto show. ...
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