Stratus and Sebring gone for good
Last Thursday DaimlerChrysler's Sterling Heights Assembly Plant ended production of the Dodge Stratus and Chrysler Sebring sedan and convertible when an Inferno Red Dodge Stratus rolled off the line. Since 2,000 a total of 1,308,123 vehicles have been built, and the SHAP is currently being retooled to become a flexible manufacturing facility. The new operation will handle the production of the next Dodge Stratus and Chrysler Sebring, the development of which Allpar has been chronicling extensively, as well as handle "cross-load" models from other plants, including the Dodge Caliber if it takes off and more production capacity is required.
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