CHELSEA, MI – The Chrysler Group will stick to its schedule of offering a hybrid-electric vehicle in 2003 as an ’04 model, but of the four vehicles under consideration, the Dodge Durango midsize SUV is the least-likely candidate. Chrysler announced, in October 2000, it would begin offering a more fuel-efficient, hybrid version of the Durango, in 2003 with the expectation it would account for 15% of total sales. (see related story: Durango to Join Growing Hybrid Ranks) The Dodge ...

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