"Chrysler just might be the cat that's now in its ninth life," automotive consultant Maryann Keller wrote in the Detroit News. She noted how in the past Chrysler was able to come up with exciting new products that revived the company. But because German owner Daimler "eviscerated product development," Keller thinks that "this time it's different." "There is no dazzling model waiting in the wings to save the day," she wrote.
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