PARADISE VALLEY, AZ – The Chrysler PT Cruiser family has its first car in the 2-door convertible slated to go on sale mid-March. While the first seven variants of the retro sedan are classified light trucks due to the flexibility of the seating and cargo area, this first 2-door PT technically is a car because the rear seats cannot be removed. The convertible comes four years after the original cross/utility vehicle made its debut. This softtop is not just a chop job, engineers insist, ...

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