SCOTTSDALE, AZ – Chrysler Group makes no bones about the Dodge Avenger’s muscular body, but executives and engineers are mum about plans to bulk up the car for sale as a high-performance variant. “Nothing precludes it,” says Dennis Krozek, chief engineer for the front-wheel-drive Avenger program. Pushed harder, Krozek only acknowledges Chrysler’s history of establishing a vehicle’s place in the market before launching models tweaked by engineers at its SRT (Street and Racing Technology) ...
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