Bug Control At ChryslerDavid Woodruff
When Robert J. Eaton drove a prototype Cirrus sedan in March, the Chrysler Corp. chairman knew the car needed lots of improvement before it could roll into dealer showrooms. In his two days behind the wheel at Chrysler's proving ground north of Phoenix, Eaton noted the poor fit of dashboard pieces and other plastic interior trim. And he winced at the raucous clatter made by the V-6 engine when he punched the accelerator.
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