Part Volkswagen Beetle, part Honda CR-V, with a dash of Dodge Caravan thrown in, DaimlerChrysler Corp.'s upcoming Chrysler PT Cruiser is expected to create a new niche in the market that appeals to a broad cross-section of customer, from van and sport/utility buyers to small car customers of all ages. DCC, which unveiled the PT at the Detroit auto show in January, more recently gave the media an overview of the truck's styling philosophy. (The PT will be classified as a truck for federal ...

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