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Chrysler recalls nearly 600,000 vehicles: Reuters
June 7, 2010 by CARS Magazine

Doors that could catch fire, brakes that could fail and accelerators that could stick have caused Chrysler Gro…

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Chrysler to develop electric vehicle for U.S. market
April 1, 2010 by CARS Magazine

The Automotive Business Review is reporting Chrysler has announced plans to engineer and produce a pure electric vehicle based on the Fiat 500 platform for the U.S. market.

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Automaker Sponsored Contest Selects Two Canadians for Finals
March 9, 2005 by Auto Service World

An international team of experts has chosen two Canadian projects to compete with 38 other projects in the finals for the “Mondialogo Engineering Award”, the first worldwide intercultural contest seeking ideas for sustainable technical improvements in developing countries. The “Mondialogo

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Windsor Report on Border Traffic Gets Support from Auto Industry
January 24, 2005 by Auto Service World

Mark Norman, chair of the Canadian Automotive Partnership Council (CAPC) trade infrastructure committee and president and CEO of DaimlerChrysler Canada, says a City of Windsor report provides an effective strategy for improving border traffic.Norman says he applauds the report by

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Maybe Somebody Left Them In Gear
May 3, 2004 by Auto Service World

DaimlerChrysler AG is seeking police help in finding hundreds of newly manufactured transmissions that have failed to show up at plants in Mexico after being loaded onto trucks for shipment. DaimlerChysler officials told police that 386 transmissions from one Kokomo

This Hyrdogen Fuel Cell A-Class will debut in the U.S. in 2004.
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Hydrogen Power A Reality
December 31, 2003 by Auto Service World

“Big Brown” has gone green with the announcement that the courier company is among those to begin leasing hydrogen-powered Mercedes-Benz cars over the coming year.Based on the Mercedes-Benz A-Class model currently sold abroad, the “F-Cell” fuel cell vehicle is fueled