has some spy shots and video of a Dodge test-mule and is unsure if this is another entry in Chrysler's small car line up or the larger Stratus/Sebring replacement. Chrysler's CEO Dieter Zetsche has made it clear that the Neon replacement will be the five-door Caliber that was shown in Geneva. Other industry buzz has said a four-door and convertible, styled like the Dodge Razor concept, will join the Caliber a few months after its debut. Our guess is these shots are mules of the mid-size sedans, but only time will tell.
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