STERLING HEIGHTS, MI – Chrysler is betting several production processes created for the new ’15 200 sedan production will result in more satisfied customers. Bringing the new 4-door to life at this suburban Detroit plant is a combination of high-tech automation mixed with old-fashioned visual inspection and detective work. Chrysler, now part of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, invested $1 billion in the Sterling Heights assembly plant, pulling it back from the brink of closure in ...
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