STERLING HEIGHTS, MI – Chrysler LLC remains committed to its new Phoenix V-6 engine but is reviewing the “scale” of the program, set to launch next year, says CEO and Chairman Robert Nardelli. The remark follows media reports that Chrysler is reconsidering its plans for the engine, still under development, in the face of growing demand for more fuel-efficient 4-cyl. engines. Speaking to reporters at an event to mark the opening of a new $6 million commercial-truck sales and service ...

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