As Chrysler LLC reviews its product lineup with an eye toward eliminating models that closely resemble each other, the writing may be on the wall for the Dodge Nitro. Steve Landry, executive vice president-North American sales, uses the Jeep Liberty’s poor-selling cousin to define the weakness in Chrysler’s current “dual-badging strategy” and describes how Chrysler’s showroom-of-the-future will look. During the auto maker’s sales teleconference, Landry says retailers push “favorites” ...
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