Trucks? Sure. But Can Chrysler Build A Hot Car?

It's trying all-new styling and aluminum engines to end its slide

When it comes to trucks, minivans, and sport-utility vehicles, Chrysler Corp. takes a backseat to no one. But in the market for passenger cars, it could use a hit. Chrysler is hoping its redesigned Concorde and Dodge Intrepid full-size sedans, unveiled in Detroit on Jan. 8, will fill the bill.

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