NEW YORK – When the ’04 Dodge Durango reaches showrooms in mid-November, Chrysler Group intends to ride its coattails to an end-of-year sales surge says John H.O. Sloan, senior manager-car marketing. "We're going to leverage the dickens out of Durango,” says Sloan, of a vehicle he believes can be a showroom traffic driver. Durango can help Dodge improve its volume to meet last year's level. "We're slightly below where we need to be," says Sloan, largely because Dodge did not keep up with ...
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