WINDSOR, ON, Canada – Chrysler’s next-generation minivan platform must accommodate all-wheel-drive, CEO Sergio Marchionne says, outlining the auto maker’s strategy to maintain its 28-year dominance of the family vehicle segment. Though well off their peak years – U.S. dealers delivered more than 1million units annually from 1993-2005, according to Ward’s data – minivan sales through April were tracking 15.3% ahead of like-2010. Chrysler, with the Dodge Grand Caravan and core-brand Town ...

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